Into the Depths of St. George’s . . .

A Grade 4 student recently started an enrichment project focusing on the landscape architecture of the grounds of St. George’s Junior School.  Today we were looking at how the plans of the actual building were affected by the change in grade (or elevation) of the ground.  After looking at the blueprints, we actually went down to the cellar to get a visual for what we had been thinking about.  Check out Arthur’s commentary:

We also took some pictures of all the nooks and crannies down there.  One of the things we discovered, that we thought was pretty funny, was a little door that led to a room basically just filled with dirt.  This showed us how the land was sloping up in that direction.  Check out the photos that we took:

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One response to “Into the Depths of St. George’s . . .

  1. Pingback: Arthur’s Exploration Part 2 | Curious [St.] George

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