WEFOUNDRoots, Fruits, Shoots and Leaves: A Guide to Shopping at Chinese Fresh Food Markets


the education programme for young people. Roots & Shoots encourages children to implement practical positive change for people, animals and the environment by providing teachers with free resources and activities . Find out more about Roots & Shoots and share your school’s story to win a  Roots & Shoots Award .


Where will your seed kit take your schools?
Apply now to transform a shared unloved space!
The Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots programme is supporting Grow Wild to change lives and transform spaces with UK native wildflowers. It is the biggest initiative of its kind and your school can be a part of it!

Your school group is invited to find an unloved space and turn it into a colourful wildflower haven for everyone to enjoy and benefit …

the education programme for young people. Roots & Shoots encourages children to implement practical positive change for people, animals and the environment by providing teachers with free resources and activities . Find out more about Roots & Shoots and share your school’s story to win a  Roots & Shoots Award .


Where will your seed kit take your schools?
Apply now to transform a shared unloved space!
The Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots programme is supporting Grow Wild to change lives and transform spaces with UK native wildflowers. It is the biggest initiative of its kind and your school can be a part of it!

Your school group is invited to find an unloved space and turn it into a colourful wildflower haven for everyone to enjoy and benefit …

Gardeners have a saying about the nutrients essential to healthy plants: "Shoots, roots and fruits." Shoots refers to nitrogen, which promotes vegetative growth. Roots refers to phosphorous, which fuels root growth. And fruits refers to potassium, which promotes the quality and size of vegetables and flowers.

The numbers on a fertilizer package show the amount of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium (N-P-K) it contains. A 7-4-5 fertilizer is composed of 7 percent nitrogen, 4 percent phosphorous and 5 percent potassium. The rest of the mix is inert filler.

The numbers themselves are not as important as the ratio — a 3-3-3 fertilizer has the same relative proportion of nutrients as a 1-1-1. Bigger N-P-K numbers don't necessarily make for a better fertilizer, though.

the education programme for young people. Roots & Shoots encourages children to implement practical positive change for people, animals and the environment by providing teachers with free resources and activities . Find out more about Roots & Shoots and share your school’s story to win a  Roots & Shoots Award .


Where will your seed kit take your schools?
Apply now to transform a shared unloved space!
The Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots programme is supporting Grow Wild to change lives and transform spaces with UK native wildflowers. It is the biggest initiative of its kind and your school can be a part of it!

Your school group is invited to find an unloved space and turn it into a colourful wildflower haven for everyone to enjoy and benefit …

Gardeners have a saying about the nutrients essential to healthy plants: "Shoots, roots and fruits." Shoots refers to nitrogen, which promotes vegetative growth. Roots refers to phosphorous, which fuels root growth. And fruits refers to potassium, which promotes the quality and size of vegetables and flowers.

The numbers on a fertilizer package show the amount of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium (N-P-K) it contains. A 7-4-5 fertilizer is composed of 7 percent nitrogen, 4 percent phosphorous and 5 percent potassium. The rest of the mix is inert filler.

The numbers themselves are not as important as the ratio — a 3-3-3 fertilizer has the same relative proportion of nutrients as a 1-1-1. Bigger N-P-K numbers don't necessarily make for a better fertilizer, though.

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Roots and Fruits, Imaginor’s cornerstone publication, will provide you with resources to fully support Christian worship and spiritual and moral development in your school. 

Shahne Vickery has been joined by international storyteller Bob Hartman as well as poets, artists, photographers and a team of educational professionals to produce this inspirational new collective worship resource. 12 Christian values are explored in a 2 year programme of fully worked, creative  material.

Clearly rooting all learning in the Bible and the Church year, Roots and Fruits  is designed to support  SIAMS requirements and meets the criteria set out in the Evaluation Schedule.

the education programme for young people. Roots & Shoots encourages children to implement practical positive change for people, animals and the environment by providing teachers with free resources and activities . Find out more about Roots & Shoots and share your school’s story to win a  Roots & Shoots Award .


Where will your seed kit take your schools?
Apply now to transform a shared unloved space!
The Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots programme is supporting Grow Wild to change lives and transform spaces with UK native wildflowers. It is the biggest initiative of its kind and your school can be a part of it!

Your school group is invited to find an unloved space and turn it into a colourful wildflower haven for everyone to enjoy and benefit …

Gardeners have a saying about the nutrients essential to healthy plants: "Shoots, roots and fruits." Shoots refers to nitrogen, which promotes vegetative growth. Roots refers to phosphorous, which fuels root growth. And fruits refers to potassium, which promotes the quality and size of vegetables and flowers.

The numbers on a fertilizer package show the amount of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium (N-P-K) it contains. A 7-4-5 fertilizer is composed of 7 percent nitrogen, 4 percent phosphorous and 5 percent potassium. The rest of the mix is inert filler.

The numbers themselves are not as important as the ratio — a 3-3-3 fertilizer has the same relative proportion of nutrients as a 1-1-1. Bigger N-P-K numbers don't necessarily make for a better fertilizer, though.

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