Selling Plants at barnet Museum
The Pavilion Study Centre launched another enterprise this week by selling plants grown by the students.
Mike Naronha, from Barnet Museum, kindly offered the space outside the museum for students to sell a range of bedding and tomato plants. He and his team of volunteers opened the Museum especially for the school.
The Pavilion works with young people who are out of mainstream education for various reasons. In addition to a full range of academic subjects, students are able to choose a range of practical options. Derek Wright and Lesley Graham run the City and Guilds Practical Horticulture course.
The money raised will go towards outdoor educational opportunities for the students.