Grow, Eat, Cook – growing food in school gardens

from 10am to 4pm

smiling woman gardeningRHS horticulturists have teamed up with the learning team at the City Farm to provide a practical course to enable you to put pupil health and wellbeing at the centre of your school with an ethos and culture of great food.

Aims and activities:

  • Meet the new Ofsted criteria and school food plan requirements with effective growing and cooking.
  • Make growing and cooking food manageable and accessible in your school.
  • Gain the skills and knowledge to grow some easy crops in containers and gardens.
  • Gain the confidence to cook imaginative and seasonal produce with your class.
  • Deliver fun, engaging and real-life lessons linked to maths, literacy and science.

Key Stages targeted: Key Stages 1 and 2

Cost: £95 per person

Skill Level: suitable for teachers, teaching assistants and cooking club leaders at Key Stages 1 and 2. Also school staff working with children and young people with Special Educational Needs across all age groups. No previous experience is necessary.

CPD Provider: Julie Thorpe/Sarah Ricketts

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