Turkey twizzlers are out, playground wheat fields are in. At these primaries, soil health and growing school dinners are at the heart of the curriculum
The Friday afternoon queue is building in the playground of Greenside primary school in Shepherd’s Bush, west London. Members of the community are lining up to buy freshly baked focaccia, sourdough loaves and cinnamon buns from the school’s microbakery. Around the corner lies its newly planted 4 by 6 metre ‘field’ of wheat.
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Original title: Microbakeries, wheat fields and playground veg plots: how school is going green