As we mentioned last week, we’ve just brought the innocent sow and grow back to schools across the country to help 200,000 kids learn to love healthy food by growing their own in class. This week, we’d love to show you how their growing is going.
We’ve got these already impressive looking runner beans from Miss Ward’s Class at Pope John Paul II school in Ireland.
In Pine Class at St. Margarets decided to put their cress to good use by making it available in their school’s salad bar.
And Holme Valley School discovered that they had a rarely spotted ring of cress growing. Is this down to a rare astronomical event? Or some sort of woodland sprite? Or maybe they just sprinkled their seeds around the edge of the pot? Whatever the reason may be, we’ll be sure to keep an eye on it and let you know.