In 2009, the University of Gloucestershire's Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI), together with f3, The Local Food Consultants, were commissioned to undertake an evaluation of the Local Food programme, which has run from 2009 to 2014. The purpose of this evaluation has been to conduct an on-going assessment of the programme in its entirety.
London Sustainable Schools Forum recommends The Garden Classroom.
Pupils from Hungerford Primary School session on Monday enjoy writing poems for TGC's Poets in the Park project as part of the Islington Word Festival at Whittington Park.
The Local Food Lottery, funder for TGC's Global Growers food growing project has published a new report: The Local Food programme: A social return on investment approach
On Friday 20th June 2014 schools all over the country will be learning outside for Empty Classroom Day.
The Garden Classroom is thrilled to be launching it’s 2014 World Book Day programme, with new titles, new venues and an extended run to get London school classes out of their classrooms and into a book!