One of the recent developments at the BSK campus is Q Garden which was opened in Spring 2011. Over the past year the Junior Caterpillar Club of gardening students have been learning the skills of looking after a garden, planting seeds and developing a wormery. It has proven to be an exciting learning environment and its green grass and palm trees are a welcome respite from the heat and a haven for picnics and storytime. Students from Year 1 supported the gardening club by visiting the Plant Souk as part of their exciting ‘I am Alive’ topic. Over the last few weeks the Year 1 students have been finding out about the parts of a plant, how plants grow and what plants need to help them to grow. They carried out a range of investigations putting plants in cold, dark and sunny places, some plants they gave water to while others they left thirsty. Following the results of their investigations and their visit to the Plant Souk the students were able to grow some healthy plants which will now be planted in Q Garden and make Spring 2012 at The British School of Kuwait a season to remember.
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