Congratulations to Southmoor Primary School on 10 years of running the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program! Check out this news story to see how the Program has developed at the school. Year 6 students are now mentoring Year 3 and 4 students in kitchen classes.
Happy Harmony Day! How did you celebrate the day?
The Kitchen Garden Foundation team shared a delicious Taste of Harmony lunch, where everyone brought a dish that represented their cultural heritage. #harmonyday #tasteofharmony Harmony Day_AU
Find out how Magnetic Island State School official kick-started its kitchen garden program with a hands-on training day for all staff. Members of the school community, who volunteer with the program, also joined in the fun.
Looking for a fun way to introduce students at your school or centre to a different culture or language? Why not do it with food. Cook up something delicious, like this sushi from Montmorency Primary School.
It's not just the human members of the Kitchen Garden Foundation team who love their veggies, but also their four-legged-friends. This is our Support Officer Jess's veggie-loving beagle. Angel is enjoying a beetroot she harvested herself from the garden. #fridayfunny
This fantastic vintage Italian food poster was created by a Kitchen Garden Program student at St Michael's College. Kitchen garden programs provide great opportunities like this to link into art and LOTE learning. Have you tried any activities like this at your school or centre?
Happy first day of autumn! This Bemboka Public School student was just a LITTLE bit excited to be spending the first day of the new season in a kitchen class. Hope you got to mark the day in a way that made you smile too :)
The students at Wonga Park Primary School just love harvesting giant zucchinis, so occasionally they let one grow and grow. As well as the pure joy it brings to the children, the giant zucchini also provided a great opportunity for some maths in the garden. The excited children (whose expressions remind us of fisherman holding a prized catch!) estimated its length, circumference and weight... View details ⇨
The most delicious spinach and ricotta ravioli made by the participants at our Delivering Kitchen Garden Classes training at Collingwood College, Victoria today. It was just one dish in an amazing spread of seasonal dishes they prepared for the shared lunch.
Educators have been having a ball at our Delivering Kitchen Garden Classes training today at Adelaide's St Michael's College! To join in the fun of one of our hands-on training days click on the link below and find your nearest training session.