BBC Dig In
Encouraging the nation to grow their own grub with help every step of the way from ‘plot to plate’. KS2 lesson plans & worksheets for little ones. No longer updated, but still packed full of useful information.
Where teachers can find and access the resources, places to visit and people to ask that will support their teaching about food, farming and the natural environment.
Dig My Plot
Friendly & higgledy-piggledy but very useful and informative site about growing fruit and vegetables organically.
Fungi 4 Schools
Loads of curriculum-linked teaching resources and activities on growing mushrooms, from the British Mycological Society.
Garden Organic: schools resources
Practical advice & activities on how to start & maintain an organic food-growing garden. Quick-reference Growing Instruction Cards, activity sheets, wildlife projects, planning advice & more.
'Join George as he explores the world of grain. He’ll go see the farmers growing his crops, see how the grain is turned into flour and taste all sorts to yummy bread made in the UK and across the world! Plus loads more!' From Fun Kids
Grow Your Own Potatoes
Everything you need to know to grow some spuds! Loads of factsheets, info, recipes, activities, teacher resources & extra info for children with special educational needs.
Dedicated to helping you grow your own fresh fruits & vegetables. Sections include: garden planner, journal, guides, GrowVeg.TV, plants and pests. Plus garden planning apps.
Incredible Edible Todmorden
Inspirational town where the community grows food in public spaces for anyone to pick & share – has grown a global movement!
National Vegetable Society
Society for enthusiasts – novices & experts – who want to advance, gain, give advice and enjoy growing and/or exhibiting vegetables.
Orchard Network (people’s trust for endangered species)
Working to conserve traditional orchards and the wildlife that lives in them – network of local and community orchards.
Seeds, Soup & Sarnies
Helping people across the UK to set up their own community planting, growing, cooking, sharing and eating groups.
Free interactive resources for children aged 5-16+, nutritional info, games, activities, teachers resources, how to grow your own tomatoes, etc, from the British Tomato Growers Association.