Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation LogoOrganisation: Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation

Program: Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program and Kitchen Garden Classroom membership

The Kitchen garden programs provide a positive and memorable food experiences that will form the basis of positive lifelong eating habits.

Connects to the following modules of ResourceSmart Schools: Biodiversity, Waste

Accessible to schools in the following Melbourne metropolitan regions: All regions

Appropriate for students in:
Early Years – kindergarten, preschools and childcare centres
Primary – Foundation to Grade 6
Secondary – Year 7 to 10

What is offered to schools:

There are more than 800 schools across Australia running the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program, and hundreds of schools and early years learning centres who have joined the Foundation’s new Kitchen Garden Classroom membership and Victorian Pleasurable Food Education Package.

The Kitchen Garden Classroom is open to all Australian primary and secondary schools, as well as kindergartens, preschools and childcare centres.

Kitchen Garden Classroom membership provides schools and centres with access to; a continually growing bank of kitchen garden resources, a community of thousands of kitchen garden educators, discounted face-to-face and online professional development and support from the Kitchen Garden Foundation team. All for $275 (includes $165 joining fee and $110 annual fee).

The Victorian Pleasurable Food Education Package is available to all Victorian schools and early years centres. It includes over $1500 worth of value in professional development, educational resources and support for only $550, and includes Kitchen Garden Classroom membership.

The Foundation’s face-to-face training, online learning and array of educational resources are all accessible to anyone interested in delivering pleasurable food education.


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By Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation|2017-11-27T19:49:41+10:00March 15th, 2014|0 Comments