Royal Horticultural Society

Growing plants can provide practical data for maths, real reasons for writing letters or keeping diaries to develop language skills, and inspiration for creative writing and art. Even subjects such as citizenship can be approached through gardening; planning, developing and cultivating a garden are ideal opportunities for encouraging social responsibility and community involvement, and pupils may also learn something about local politics!

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Growing Schools

An understanding of growing through real experience and connection to the living world needs to begin in the early years. These experiences are easily embedded within the core principles, values and areas of learning for the Early Years Foundation Stage. Growing Schools supports early-years settings, including child minders, to give all children the opportunity to connect with the living environment.

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Send a Cow Education

Send a Cow Education produces a huge range of teaching resources and experiences to help bring development to life in your school. Lessons from Africa is an award winning and growing collection of FREE curriculum led teaching resources, to help bring Africa and development to life in your school.

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Growing Minds

Over the years, Growing Minds has developed Farm to School activities that incorporate state and national curriculum. (Although this organisation is based in North America they have some great curriculum ideas).

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