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This information sheet celebrates the work of Growing Schools, with a focus on early years. It shows how children are never too young to learn about the living world and in particular where our food comes from.
downloadGet Growing (240.1KB, .pdf)
A Toolkit for Developing Early Years Outdoor Provision.
downloadEarly Years Outdoor Learning (1521.3KB, .pdf)
The following key garden features are worth including in the outdoor area of your early years setting.
downloadEarly Years Settings - features to consider (111.8KB, .pdf)
Cherries, apples, plums and pears – wherever you live, at the right time of the year you’ll be able to find fruits both farmed and growing wild in hedgerows and even urban lanes and alleyways.
downloadAll About Food (1243.0KB, .pdf)
Ever wondered what to do with the food you grow in your school garden? Here are month by month recipes for you to try in the kitchen or classroom.
About the Campaign
Map of Schools
Pests and Diseases
Special Educational Needs
Get Your Grown-ups Growing
Help and Advice
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