Added by on 2018-10-16

Watch David Domoney’s visit and talk with students from the gardening club at Stratford Primary School, in the heart of Warwickshire. Educating and inspiring the next generation of gardeners is one of the missions we hold most dear at Cultivation Street. Cultivation Street is a national gardening campaign that recognises and rewards schools and communities that are caring for their streets, as well as encouraging other communities to join together and start gardening. Application forms for 2018 competition are live! We’ve sent a special email to participants, if you haven’t received this, check your junk/spam too. If you haven’t signed up yet & want enter click here http://bit.ly/2JEegON Entry deadline 05/08/18 Join in the conversation by following Cultivation Street on: Twitter – https://twitter.com/CultivationSt Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/CultivationStreet Pinterest – https://uk.pinterest.com/cultivationst/ Video Rating: / 5 School gardening is one of those activities that most schools have abandoned either due to lack of farming land or had their land sold off. As a result, most rural schools are failing to feed their learners since school gardens are no longer a priority. But in Serere district, Atiira Primary School is finding life easy, as they are able to feed their children. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGardening club at St Giles Primary School BedworthSeed Kits for the Baraa Primary School GardenMyatt Garden Primary SchoolNew Lynn Primary School Vegetable GardenPrimary school garden given a surprise makeover by Fantastic ServicesLibanus Primary School Gardening Club

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