‘We help them flourish and bloom’: using nature to keep students in education

At a time when 790,000 young people are not in education, employment or training, a project teaching skills such as horticulture and floristry is helping encourage some to give learning another chance

In a corner of south London, a group of young people are taking it in turns to smell the leaves of a rose geranium plant in the gardens of Roots and Shoots, an environmental education centre and biodiverse wildlife park. The charity is tucked away, just off a street that you could easily walk past without noticing.

Young people who come here have never really been properly outdoors. They relax. They become more community minded

Related: How a school garden has transformed the way we teach

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