The Prep II classroom has been a hive of activity this week, as children from all classes from Prep I to VI have been helping Mrs Chilton and Miss Kelsall prepare the backdrop for our RHS Tatton Park Flower Show garden.

We discovered that when lacewings find a mate, they ‘sing’ to each other by vibrating their thorax – and so we have a musical backdrop for our garden, based on Stevie Wonder’s I Just Called To Say I Love You.

Children from all classes have been enthusiastically sticking love hearts with the song lyrics contained within to the backdrop, which will have a few more additions yet before it is finally ready.

Don’t forget you can see our lacewing garden at the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park from 17th to 21st July.

Collective effort for RHS Tatton display

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