EESW has created a cross-curricular STEM project to challenge teams of students to design, build and program their own smart micro-greenhouse. KS3 pupils will develop new skills in coding and engineering to solve problems in order to effectively produce a food source within an urban environment.
Pupils are encouraged to design and manufacture their own micro-greenhouse, as well as produce a project report and present their final analysis.
The Urban Farming Project draws on a variety of STEM skills but also looks at a blended learning approach, including learning in Geography, Science & Maths, to promote a wider teacher audience and participation.


 

 

 

 

 

Curriculum for Wales Reference Documents

Click the images on either side to see the curriculum links for the current national curriculum and the upcoming 2022 curriculum

 

 

What can you access once you have been registered?

Our session powerpoint for presenting the workshop to students
 

Our teacher delivery guide which takes you and your students step by step through the Urban Farming Project

Our PDF guides on how to use the equipment which can be loaned to you as part of the project
 

 

 


 

Our Cross curricular supplimentary lesson plans to facilitate a blended learning approach


 

 

 

 

CREST Award

Students who take part in EESW's Urban Farming Project can be eligible for a Bronze CREST Award, please click the image to download the required documents.

These can be returned to EESW at info@eesw.org.uk

Further information can be found here