Our Wonky Veg Challenge
We’ve launched an exciting new competition to find tasty recipes from schools across the UK as part of our Plant2Plate campaign. We're asking pupils to create a recipe idea themed around WWF’s Livewell principles for a healthy and sustainable diet. There are some fantastic prizes to be won, including a visit from actor and WWF Supporter, Cel Spellman.
Download your FREE 'taster' classroom resource
We've got a fabulous new classroom resource for primary schools that encourages pupils to explore food that is healthy for people and healthy for the planet.
Our new 'taster' resource is free for teachers to download and includes The strawberry story activity, which is a fun game with picture cards that lets pupils explore the different steps in the production of strawberries, from plant to plate. They also reflect on how different food choices can help reduce the impact of food production on the environment.
We used the growing food resources to decide on what to plant and it was very useful for suggesting to plant a wild flower area for the bees. The Growing Guide has also inspired us to grow crops for early harvest next year.
Plant2Plate Competition Winner
The Oval Primary School in Birmingham is celebrating success in WWF-UK and Alpro’s competition to create a recipe using school-grown produce.
Camelia Paton-Devine and her enthusiastic team of 10 swept the board with their Allotment Cottage Pie, which contains a myriad of vegetables grown at school, including potatoes, carrots, kale, chard, aubergine, runner beans and small plum tomatoes. Absolutely delicious!