Kirkcolm Primary School

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Beautiful Botanics

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Kirkcolm Primary enjoyed a fantastic trip to Logan Botanic Gardens where they got to go on their very own bear hunt and participate in a digital photography lesson.

Pupils in P1-4 were hunting for the Chief Teddy – Edward-  who had invited them along to teach them what their own teddy ( and other animals ) would need to survive in the woods. The expert team at the gardens taught the children all the secrets of SWAF. SWAF stands for Shelter, Water, Air and Food and without them the animals wouldn’t be able to survive.

Every Picture Tells a Story.

p4-7 were taken for a digital photography lesson. They explored what made a good photograph and discussed the variety of techniques which could be used. After the lesson, pupils set off and started to plan their own photograph with their very own view finders.

Thank you to everyone at Logan Gardens, we had a brilliant morning.

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