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Students can take a lot of flak for their lifestyle and can be seen as 'freeloaders' however I feel that this view is not really fair. As they have to pay for their education then I am sure this has sharpened their focus and are working really hard. I really admire how they accept that they effectively will carry a debt when they leave 'uni'. In some ways I can see this is right, because the country is in a financial mess, and that education should be paid for, but most of the people passing these laws received free education so seems a little hypercritical.
I personally feel that students taking the important subjects such as the sciences, medical and computer related courses should not have to pay as these subjects are vital to the prosperity of Britain. The more obscure subjects which really won't benefit Britain such as Ancient History, Auctioning, Casino Operations, Folklore Studies or Wine Studies etc should not be paid for by the tax papers and should be paid for by the students. I believe (rightly or wrongly) that many students only really go to 'Uni' to say they have been there and have a degree - whatever they get is unimportant.
Students in Norwich who have been studying horticulture at the City College Norwich will be presenting flowers using their own tools from garden sheds. This will happen at the Bishops Garden summer fete when they will celebrate the opening.
These students will be selling plants they have grown using the gardening skills learnt and the money raised from the day's activities will help to pay for these gardening students to enjoy trips away as well as other activities.
The college runs academic and job-specific courses for a variety of students including those with disabilities. Horticulture is an important subject as the use of the land for food is crucial to our nation and it was the land and our farmers who helped to feed our country, and help to win, the Second World War. This college runs job specific and academic courses for a great number of students including those with disabilities.
Norwich students will be showcasing flowers they have grown using tools from outdoor storage sheds, similar to these ones, when they open the Bishop's Gardens in May. Besides the students offerings guests will be able to wander around the four acre gardens, play lawn bowls, enjoy this garden fete as well as listen to the local folk band, Backroom Harmonies.
Programme manager, Richard Turner (surely not of Emmerdale fame) was really proud and pleased to have been chosen to host the 1st event in the gardens that summer. He confirmed that the students had been heavily involved in the build up to this event and that the gardening skills would be used in their future careers.