Nescot’s Foundation Learning students have used their horticulture skills to develop a Sensory Garden based on the five human senses of touch, taste, sound, smell and sight. Nescot Principal Sunaina Mann cut the ribbon at the grand opening of the garden which the students designed with the skills learned over the year. The students also planted the area, made paths and even landscaped some of the site to make a permanent garden for everyone to enjoy.
Course tutor Caroline Knight said of the garden, “In years to come I hope the garden evolves with other students and I am very proud of all the students and staff involved. I hope it will be a permanent feature of Horticulture.”