International Space Station has has selected our school to receive a packet of 100 Rocket seeds. These will be grown alongside seeds that have not been in space and we will be measuring the difference over seven weeks as they grow. All the results will be collated by the Royal Horticultural Society Campaign for School Gardening and the UK Space Agency. This experience will help our pupils think about how humans could survive on another planet in the future. It is a wonderful opportunity for our pupils to think scientifically and be sharing their findings with the scientific world and with Tim Peake!