Food4Families, funded by the Big Lottery, is a project that aims to create a network of food growing gardens across Reading where parents and children will learn how to grow their own food together. This will enable young people and their families to learn new growing skills, introduce fresh produce into their diets and learn about sustainable living, while schools will integrate the outdoor classroom into the curriculum through practical activities.
The RISC roof garden has become a fantastic tool to encourage schools to make full use of their outdoor classroom in every area of the curriculum - a mini Eden project on their own doorstep.
We can design and construct a garden that will enrich children’s learning and reflect your own school community. We can also run training courses for teachers on how they can integrate the outdoor classroom to schemes of work and impress Ofsted inspectors.
visit the risc roof garden
roof garden open days
The RISC Roof Garden is open to the public on select days throughout the year.
Private 1 hour guided tours are also available by arrangement.
- Tours cost £45 for one hour
- Maximum number of people 15 per tour