Case Studies in school wildlife gardening

Here is where we give you access to case studies of school wildlife gardens, written by the teachers themselves. 

They tell of the inspirations, the hard work, the problems overcome and the responses of the children and staff.  Seeing how other schools have approached school gardening can be an inspiration for you.

If you have created a school garden, improved the school grounds, or started a food growing project, please let us know through here, and we will publish your own experiences as a case study.
St Albans Church of England Primary School Havant.

Teacher Julie Newman describes the extraordinary success of this pupil-driven project which has created new and attractive borders, beds and pollinator planting. 

The school children set up "Pollinator Promise", which has now become a national scheme, and helped win them a major national award
Primary school vegetable garden project

Teacher and conservationist Jan Miller describes in detail a model programme for teaching about the environment and food through hands-on vegetable growing by all classes in a primary school.  She provides lesson plans and other resources.

She describes some of the problems she encountered, and muses on issues with wildlife gardens in schools in general
Please send us your own experiences so we can add more case studies
Case Studies in school wildlife gardening

Here is where we give you access to case studies of school wildlife gardens, written by the teachers themselves. 

They tell of the inspirations, the hard work, the problems overcome and the responses of the children and staff.  Seeing how other schools have approached school gardening can be an inspiration for you.

If you have created a school garden, improved the school grounds, or started a food growing project, please let us know through here, and we will publish your own experiences as a case study.
St Albans Church of England Primary School Havant.

Teacher Julie Newman describes the extraordinary success of this pupil-driven project which has created new and attractive borders, beds and pollinator planting. 

The school children set up "Pollinator Promise", which has now become a national scheme, and helped win them a major national award
Primary school vegetable garden project

Teacher and conservationist Jan Miller describes in detail a model programme for teaching about the environment and food through hands-on vegetable growing by all classes in a primary school.  She provides lesson plans and other resources.

She describes some of the problems she encountered, and muses on issues with wildlife gardens in schools in general
Please send us your own experiences so we can add more case studies!
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Long-term school wildlife garden

Helen Fletcher writes about the successes and set backs of the wildlife garden at Farsely Springbank School, which won a national prize for the best school wildlife garden in 2012.
Long-term school wildlife garden

Helen Fletcher writes about the successes and set backs of the wildlife garden at Farsely Springbank School, which won a national prize for the best school wildlife garden in 2012.