Events Capital Growth

Create your food growing curriculum

Wednesday 22 May 2024 14:00 16:30

Paper Garden, Teredo Street, London, SE16 7LW

Learn how to create a school garden curriculum through the school calendar year.

An urban food garden beside an office block. Credit: Malaika Bain-Peachey

An urban food garden beside an office block. Credit: Malaika Bain-Peachey

Explore Global Generation’s Paper Garden to learn through interactive activities and gain practical insights into structuring your school food-growing site with the curriculum.

This session is tailored for educators, public health professionals and anyone interested in food growing in schools and community spaces.

Malaika and Jack, from Global Generation, will share how to engage a range of age groups in the garden through food-growing, cooking and crafts. Explore how to make garden activities link to your curriculum and how to engage students with diverse educational needs. Bring your questions, discuss your plans and network with other educational providers to build your network.

Tickets are half price for Capital Growth members and free for staff working in schools in the Superzones.

The Superzones training series is funded by The GLA, who are working with Capital Growth, London’s largest food growing network, to develop support for schools and community-based food growers within superzone areas.

Published Wednesday 22 May 2024

Capital Growth: We believe everyone should have the opportunity to grow food as part of a healthy, resilient food system and we are working with our network of growers in London to make this happen.

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