What the winning team and teacher can look forward to....

Prizes to the value of €5000 are up for grabs for the winning students, teacher and the school itself:

  • a vegetable garden worth €3,000 for the school
  • an overnight break away to Ballymaloe House for the winning teacher
  • GROW2CEO hoodies for the winning class


2017 WinnersPictured here are the winners of the 'Give Peas A Chance' 2017 food entrepreneur competition, first year students Mary Ellen Kelly and Roisin Kiely from St. Augustine’s College, Dungarvan, County Waterford have been crowned the 2017 champions of the GIY and Cully & Sully initiative which encouraged secondary school students across the country to learn and combine their food growing and entrepreneurial skills. Also pictured are Cullen Allen from Cully & Sully and Michael Kelly founder of GIY.