Countryside Classroom - Connecting schools with food, farming and the natural environment

Growing Schools has been re-launched as Countryside Classroom, the largest ever partnership of organisations who are committed to helping children learn about food, farming and/or the natural environment.

It is the vision of Countryside Classroom that schools and teachers across the UK will embrace food, farming and the natural environment as essential components of a broad and balanced curriculum, incorporating them into day-to-day learning. As a result of this, every child will have the opportunity to learn about and experience these topics in diverse ways that are increasingly supported by experiences outside the classroom.

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Animal camouflage

Children investigate camouflage in the natural world

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Apples

All about apples, from growing, through eating to history and cultural links.

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Aquaponics Guide

A guide to Aquaponics for KS2

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Art and design projects for your garden

Ideas to get your class thinking about art and design in the garden, including decorating flowerpots, turning plants into artwork, customising tools and making decorations

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Bee Scene

A resource pack including a survey to explore how good an area is for bees based on wildflower populations.

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Budding Gardeners

Set up by garden equipment and sundries supplier Harrod Horticulture to provide advice and resources for school and community gardens on growing food organically. Some discounts available.

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Butterfly and bee borders

Grow a beautiful border that will also attract a wide range of insects to study.

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Celebrations and food

Food forms a central part of festivals and celebrations in many of the world

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Ceramic flowers and plant labels

Imaginative ideas for making your own labels, and decorative ceramic flowers.

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Chickens in schools: Is it safe?

This fact sheet addresses the health and safety issues around keeping chickens in schools

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