Schools

Incredible Edible helps schools and community groups to grow together

Getting the next generation growing and eating fresh, healthy locally grown food as well interested in their community, is a no brainer.

At Incredible Edible, many of our groups have learning at the heart of their work through gardening clubs, educational sessions or support school events. 

We are even lucky enough to have schools embrace our work directly, startinng their very own groups and there are scores of educalists in our midst.

Alongside, their voluntary work, some groups also have spin off programmes or social enterprises which can provide professional learning services.

From this wealth of experience, we are continuously pulling together ideas, resources, and inspiration to help others and to share good practice.

If you would like to submit some of our ideas or resources, please email info@incredibleediblenetwork.org.uk.

Practical Support

Incredible Edible educator Joanna Hutchison offers practical advice on how to...
The opportunities to incorporate growing into a whole range of lessons is...
Very useful things to consider when planning a school gardening club
Watch BBC Bitesize when it visits Todmorden to show KS2 pupils how  ...

Inspiration

The Incredible AquaGarden is an exciting and innovative learning and growing...
Originally a project of Incredible Edible Todmorden, the farm aims to teach ...
Founder and former Chair of Incredible Edible Salford (IES). Ian Bocock,...
Produced by Incredible Edible Bristol, this schools’ programme has been put...
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