Year 3 had a wonderful opportunity to visit the Malaga Botanical Gardens. Upon arrival, we were greeted by our guide, Laura, who led us on an informative tour. We thoroughly enjoyed exploring the gardens and learning about its rich history.
As we are currently studying Plants in Science, it was especially exciting to discover fascinating facts about different species. Notably, we encountered a tree resembling an elephant's foot and another towering at a height of 50 metres! Along our walk, we even had the pleasure of spotting various beautiful animals, including terrapins, ducks, and frogs. The morning concluded with all the children planting their own spider plant, which they have taken home to nurture.