Trythall School Visit

Phil, Head Gardener at Trengwainton explains to Trythall School about the Victorian greenhouse
Trythall School workshop, Trengwainton
Trythall School workshop, Trengwainton
Trythall School workshop, Trengwainton
Trythall School workshop, Trengwainton
Trythall School workshop, Trengwainton
Trythall School workshop, Trengwainton
Trythall School workshop, Trengwainton

We developed a sensory heritage trail with Trythall Juniors and Infants School to link in with their immersive learning theme of 'A child's view of West Penwith'. Inspired by Sue Lewington's beautiful books that delve into the Cornish countryside and Micheal Morpurgo's 'Where my wellies take me', the children at Trythall had their own book to fill in with their thoughts, drawings and discoveries at Trengwainton.

Bits of Trengwainton's history was interpersed at different parts of the garden while the children had to write, draw, photograph and film as creative responses to various tasks throughout their journey.

Trythall School, Infants workshop, Trengwainton Garden
Trythall School, Infants workshop, Trengwainton Garden
Trythall School, Infants workshop, Trengwainton Garden
Trythall School, Infants workshop, Trengwainton Garden
Looking for lemons in walled vegetable garden, Trengwainton
Lemons in walled vegetable garden, Trengwainton Garden
Furry bud cover protecting Magnolia flowers, Trythall infants School workshops, Trengwainton Garden
Trythall School, Infants workshop, Trengwainton Garden