An Introduction to horticulture
Forest school practice has become one of the fastest growing movements in education in the UK.
The Forest School environment provided by Incredible Education is based on an adaptation to the Scandinavian approach to early years provision. The concept of being outdoors and close to nature and its many benefits to children’s development will be embraced throughout the many forest school activities and sessions.
Incredible Edible Salford
We provide educational packages working with our partners at Incredible Edible Salford. Through their community work we deliver vocational programmes of engagement around "Green & Growing" and "Grow your Own". We support IES in writing funding bids that are essential for their work within the community
SCHOOLS & COLLEGES
Incredible Education are on the Salford City Councils Approved Register for Alternative Provision. The local authority has established an approved provider register for alternative provision to help schools and other relevant services plan and commission appropriate provision from providers that comply with locally-agreed quality standards.
We work with many schools & colleges providing both enrichment and accredited Horticulture Qualifications. We can create bespoke programmes to suit the needs of individual schools. Previously we have delivered 6 week enrichment growing groups to full time accredited qualifications covering a full academic year. We are a recognised centre for the delivery of Open Awards Qualification
Our work involves people of all ages. We have delivered gardening sessions with Nursery Schools to AgeUK. We have worked with local Community Groups, Mental Health Provision, Health and Wellbeing Providers, Friends of Parks groups and Independent Nurseries and Summer Schools.
With funding provided by NHS Salford CCG we have been able to deliver several short projects during 201
A 10 week gardening project at Monica Court, Eccles
A 25 week gardening project at Astley Court in Irlam
An education programme at Age UK Salford - Critchley Cafe
A 20 week gardening project at Moores House , Salford M6