Gardening is good for everyone’s wellbeing – and children who grow their own vegetables are far more likely to eat them. We hear from two schools where pupils grow their own.

Dulwich PrepCranbrook

Dulwich Prep Cranbrook has a Gardening Club which runs at lunchtime break for children in Years 5-8. We grow lettuce, beetroot, carrots, parsnips, potatoes and rhubarb, herbs such as chives, basil, mint and sunflowers.

Gardening at Dulwich Prep Cranbrook

Eco Club at Dulwich Prep

Little gardeners at Dulwich Prep Cranbrook

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