More UK schools own and operate farms

The popularity of TV chefs who focus on home-grown ingredients and advocate for sustainability is inspiring more UK schools to become owners and operators of their own farms to help teach children and supply them with nutritional meals. "We're focusing more on school farms because we see the benefits to pupils of working with animals and the outdoors, especially kids who may struggle with mainstream academic approaches," said Janette Wallis, editor of The Good Schools Guide.

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