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RHS Garden Hyde Hall

Creephedge Lane

Rettendon Common

CM3 8ET

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Gain the confidence to cook imaginative and seasonal produce with your young people on this practical course.

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RHS Horticulturalists have teamed up with the learning team at Windmill Hill 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.

Objectives of the course:

  • 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

Skill level: Beginner

Suitable for Key Stages: 1 and 2 (age 5-11)

Tutor: Alison Findlay, RHS Community Outreach Advisor and Julie Thorpe

The RHS Campaign for School Gardening works with thousands of schools and groups every year, providing resources, guidance and training in order to give young people more access to nature.

Find out more and join the Campaign free on the RHS Campaign for School Gardening website. New members will receive a free welcome pack.

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