As farmers and environmentalists, we are passionate about education and are strong believers in life-long learning, providing educational experiences for all ages from preschool to university and professional bodies, interest groups and families. We can deliver age related education on a wide range of food, farming and environment topics from lifecycles to genetics, Iron Age farming systems to 20th century farming technology and hands on weaving and spinning to building wildlife habitats.
We strive to inspire future generations of farmers, ecologists and environmentalists as well as furthering knowledge in farming with nature and developing farming systems for a sustainable future.
Chrissy is a qualified teacher and has over 20 years’ experience both in the classroom and outdoor learning while Jake has over 20 years’ experience in delivering presentations to various groups both outdoors and in conferences.
Funded via our Countryside Stewardship Scheme, we can deliver free, on-farm, school talks (reception to 16 years old) from a well-equipped mobile classroom with large screen, toilets and a range of educational resources. We also offer in school talks to classes or whole school assemblies and give farm walks or talks to any interested groups on a wide range of subjects related to food, livestock farming and nature conservation.
We have established a partnership with Damory Coaches who will provide transport at a specially negotiated rate of £110/visit to schools visiting our sites (within a 12 mile radius). If you would like more information on this please contact Chrissy on 07841 291352 who can book this with Damory Coaches on your behalf.
Please contact Chrissy on 07841 291352 or via the contact button below for further information