Recognising Trees and Plants
Recognising Parts of a Plant
Maintaining Areas of Habitat
Making Basket Arrangements
Students need to be 14 or 15 and have an interest in horticulture and gardening.
Learning and assessment
A combination of theory and practical learning; with assessment through a completed portfolio of work.
Year 10 students who progress well may move onto the Entry 3 Certificate/Diploma in Skills for Working Life – Horticulture for Year 11.
Related Further Education courses.
Costs that are mandatory for the course:
£1080 per annum (school cost)
Sensible outdoor clothing, waterproof trousers and coat, steel toe capped boots/wellingtons, gloves.
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