Meath County Council Pride of Place School Gardening Scheme

Meath County Council Pride of Place School Gardening Scheme

The aim of the School Pride of Place Schools Gardening Scheme Initiative is to provide school children the opportunity to learn about, and be active in some level of gardening (flowers, vegetables, etc.)

 

Pride of Place School Gardening Scheme

Meath County Council Pride of Place School Gardening Scheme 2022

Registration for Meath County Council's 2022 Pride of Place School Gardening Scheme Initiative is now open to primary schools and preschools in Co. Meath

This year there is a special focus on climate change, biodiversity and sustainability and the criteria for 2022 has been revised with this in mind. 

There will also be prizes for the best climate change and biodiversity actions/ projects.

Closing date for the receipt of applications is Thursday 7th April 2022 and can be emailed to prideofplace@meathcoco.ie

 

Application Form & Guidance

Wild Teaching Book and Planning Notes

  1. Access teacher planning notes for all the lessons above and all lessons in the book.  “Wild Teaching - Cross curricular Lessons Outdoors for Agoraphobic Teachers."
     
  2. Books can be ordered from the Heritage Section of Meath County Council at 046 9097000 or heritage@meathcoco.ie

Gardening for Beginners: 10 Easy Steps to Sowing Seeds

https://dengarden.com/gardening/How-to-Sow-Seeds

Lesson Plans

The lessons below may be used to teach lessons on areas included in the scheme

SESE Trails

These trails are in Microsoft Publisher format and can be downloaded and amended to suit your schools own needs.

School Garden Ideas

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