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The island’s Ministry of Education can only do so much when it comes to the school feeding program. Many schools say they have to find ways of supplementing the supplies. One way of doing so is to establish school gardens, where teachers and students can get involved in growing produce to for the school feeding program. Shantel Stephen reports on a successful approach at the Richfond Combined School. Video Rating: / 5 As part of our RHS Young School Gardener of the Year competition, this year we have introduce a new category. Awarded to a teacher or gardening club leader who is an inspiration and has shown a passion for encouraging gardening in their school, as well linking gardening to the curriculum. For more details on this competition please visit our website: http://apps.rhs.org.uk/schoolgardening/teachershome/youngschoolgardeneroftheyear/default.aspa Related PostsPlanning for Farm to School Success – School GardeningThe English Gardening SchoolRHS School Gardening Champion of the Year 2014 – Noreen Daw (Winner)Hide-and-Eek! | Mii NewsLibanus Primary School Gardening ClubExeter High School Garden Project

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