School Farm Visits
Farm and countryside visits for all ages: EYFS through to Key Stage 4
- Visit a real farm
- Give your class an opportunity to experience the countryside and kick their senses into action: seeing, listening, smelling, observing, recording, enjoying!
- Discover where our food comes from - and so much more!
- A farm and countryside visit can provide a resource for learning across the curriculum, for example maths, language, science, geography, history, drama, RE and music as well as PSHE and citizenship.
School Farm Visit Transport Cost Grants
Easton Campus School Day Visits Programme
As well as providing the teaching resources for Easton & Otley College’s own learners the college farm, horticulture unit, estate and campus and are available for day visit groups during college term time. A programme of specially tailored visits is offered and there are dedicated facilities for school day visit groups.
All visits must be booked in advance.
Norfolk Farm Education Link (NFEL)
NFEL is a voluntary organisation, now based at Easton & Otley College. NFEL has a collection of resources and incubator & brooder sets for schools to hire.
Details from School Day Visits Team at Easton & Otley College, 01603 731257, firstname.lastname@example.org
For information regarding the Countrysid, Food & Farming Classroom Support Resources (EYFS - KS2) and Icubator and Brooder Hire Scheme through the NFEL.
Farming And Countryside Education (F.A.C.E)
Farming And Countryside Education (FACE) is a national charity which aims to educate young people about food and farming in a sustainable countryside. www.face-online.org.uk