Supporting our hugely popular Green Ambassadors scheme, Plant2Plate focuses on what can be done to produce and consume food in a sustainable way that is not harmful to our shared planet.
Growing food at school is a great activity for pupils of all ages. To support schools on their Plant2Plate journey, we've developed some fantastic curriculum linked resources and activities for key stage 1 and 2.
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Plant2Plate Competition Winner
The Oval Primary School in Birmingham are celebrating success in WWF UK and Alpro’s competition to create a recipe from plant-based and school-grown vegetables and produce.
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FREE teacher resources and pupil activities
Our Growing Guide offers practical ideas on what fruit and vegetables to grow - and where, when and how to grow them. This guide includes a fantastic food growing calendar and covers the main aspects of food growing you need to know about.
Our Food for Thought resource is just one of our new educational resources developed in partnership with Alpro, and is aimed at teachers of 7 - 11 year olds. All the activities featured are linked to the National Curriculum for England and are designed to help introduce pupils to the issues of food and sustainability.
Our fantastic new series of reading books introduces Green Ambassador characters to a younger age group. Smith, our food Green Ambassador champion, is the first to step into the spotlight with the first in the series. "Smith and the Healthy Meter" provides an enchanting story-line, engaging illustrations and builds knowledge on the importance of healthy eating.
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Guardian Partnership: See schools in action!
You may have seen that we've been in partnership with the Education Guardian online and have had some great input from our Green Ambassador schools. You can read all of their Plant2Plate stories here.
Read more about the Guardian Partnership