Growing fruit, vegetables and herbs is a great way for children to learn about the food they eat. You could even encourage children to grow food at home and teach them about food labelling.

Incredible Edible

Incredible Edible groups work with schools and their gardening clubs to pass on skills and get them growing.

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Sow the City’s Healthy Schools Partnership Challenge

Working alongside St Sebastian R.C. Primary School in Salford, Sow the City created a new food growing space to engage pupils and encouragehealthy eating. The new gardenprovides valuable greenspacefor the school, and a place tolearn, have fun and relax.

Sow the City Growing Schools

Growing Schools is a Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens project supporting teachers and practitioners in using the outdoor classroom.

Eco Schools

Empowering children and teens to improve their environment.

Manchester Environmental Education Network

Dedicated to supporting teachers, organisations and individuals working to promote environmental education and Education for Sustainability.

Feeding Greater Manchester: School Projects

School gardens are an excellent way to teach children about the food they eat. Children have the opportunity to grow fruits and vegetables, and they learn firsthand about different foods.

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