ROSEBERRY SPORTS AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE.
Called Roseberry Roots, the gardening club began in 2007 and has grown from strength to strength ever since.
The students started with a simple plot for a few bedding plants, but due to the initiative's popularity they now have a fully-stocked shed, poly tunnel and an orchid.
The pupils grow a wide variety of fruit and vegetables, from pumpkins to parsnips and raspberries to cabbages, which are used by the kitchen staff for school dinners.
The young people have also formed the School Nutrition Action Group (SNAG), which meets once a month to plan their crop production and to discuss meal options with the school's catering team.
Pupil Connor Dixon said: "We joined the club because we like gardening and this was a great opportunity to help our school. We also make the community around Roseberry aware of what we are doing.
"We hope to get them involved in our club so they can grow their own healthy produce at home."
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