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Primary School

28 April 2019

Year 3 have been working hard in their STEAM lessons this past term to design, plan and create a school rockery. Linking to our IPC topic, ‘Saving the World’, the children have followed the engineering design process used throughout the school to plan, design and make the Year 3 rockery (engineering design plan shown below). The children started the project by researching plants that survive in hot climates, then researched the costing of plants from different shops. Our next stage of the project was creating letters to the PTFA asking for support with the funding and creating a presentation explaining why we wanted to create a rockery. The presentation to the PTFA asking for support with the costing of the project was a success, and the children are now in the process of laying the soil, planting, then adding the gravel and rocks. We felt it was important as a year group to create a rockery as it would add more plants to our school environment. The children have been aiming high through this project by aiming to reduce the amount of air pollution and have been working hard to look after the plants and keep them alive in the hot climate. The Year 3 team would like to thank the PTFA for their support with this project, without which it would not have been possible. Here are some photos of the rockery so far.