InterHigh pupil Libby Hudson recently took part in the Schools Garden Challenge and designed a garden for the RHS Malvern Spring Festival, which is similar to The Chelsea Flower Show. Libby, who designed, created and presented an impressive garden decided to take part in the experience as her ambition is to be a landscape designer.
“It was an amazing experience,” said Libby. “It has been a working process since last September and I have met lots of people and have been able to practice lots of useful skills for later life.”
Congratulations to Libby who also got to meet celebrity gardener and presenter Alan Titchmarsh! To read more about Libby’s story click here!
This is a great example of how we give our pupils the gift of time to enjoy hobbies and extra-curricular activities outside the classroom. With shorter teaching days and a flexible timetable InterHigh pupils have the perfect balance work/life balance.