Quote, "Hum, I'll give it a chance!" Cheers to the educators in this U.K. school.
Send a Cow could do much good work here in New York City where we have a very small group of highly vocal but uncreative "three sisters farmers" who seem to know just one note on a scale of many notes. They play ad nauseum only in the key of "d for dirt." Apparently that is all they know...or want to know.
We would be much better off as a society if children were taught school gardening to honor all cultures and learn to play all the notes in the scale, in all keys.
These African style Bag Gardens are a great project for school kids to get stuck into. See how they did just that in a school in Bath, UK. Bag gardens are part of the African Gardens project run by charity Send a Cow. See SendaCow.org for more info and to buy a kit.
The high-quality version of these videos can be found on our Cabbages & Cowpats DVD. Order a copy here. (PDF Order Form)