Grow On, Film It!

Edible Playgrounds Grow On, Film It Competition


In celebration of Food Growing Schools: London’s #Growathon – the biggest school food growing challenge of the year – we ran a short film competition about planting, sowing, growing, gardening, harvesting and eating good food at school! We had some amazing entries and after careful consideration our panel of judges have picked the winners.

And the winner is…

Copenhagen Primary School

2nd place goes to…

Meridian High School

And a special mention goes to…

Midfield Primary School


1st Prize – £500 worth of gardening and growing equipment
2nd Prize –  £100 worth of gardening and growing equipment
Everyone’s Prize – Every school submitting a short film will receive a seasonal growing pack 



The short film winners also appear on our YouTube channel

Our judging panel consisted of:

Horticulturalist and Trees for Cities patron Chris Collins

Stephanie Wood, Founder of School Food Matters

Colette Bond, Head of Education, Garden Organic

Kate Groves, Project Manager, Food Growing Schools London

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