Last Thursday, 25 of May, both year eight classes visited the "Jardin Botanico Canario Viera y Clavijo". They did a lot of activities: orientation in groups, flora identification and small art pieces based on seeds, leaves and flowers they found on the pathways of the picturesque garden. They had so much fun.
Srta. Santana took us through small, mysterious paths from where they could appreciate the view of the Barranco de Guiniguada. Some students were capable to get closer and feed three ducks; named Pancho, Juan and Pepe.
During the day they could appreciate the variety of Canarian Flora and Fauna including abubillas and lizards. The student's attention was captured by the amount of animals that the garden could hold things like; ducks, frogs, toads, fishes, insects, birds, and lizards.
In conclusion everybody had a great time, and they extended their knowledge about the endemic flora in the Islands. A great thank you to Miss de Aguiar, Miss Poyser, Srta. Santana and Srta. Suarez for organising this unforgettable trip!