Food growing in schools — evidence that it matters

FGIS ExecutiveSummaryMarch2012_frontispiece

The Food Growing in Schools Taskforce Report was submitted in early March.

The Taskforce had 25 members, including Garden Organic, Morrisons Supermarket, the Forestry Commission and the Royal Horticultural Society.

The Taskforce provided compelling evidence that food growing in schools helps children greatly — both in their school work and in improving their health and well-being.

 

You can download the relevant documents from these links:

Food Growing in Schools Taskforce Full report
Food Growing in Schools Executive Summary
NFER report
Taskforce: organisations involved

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