Booking a visit
The farm is often in high demand but we’re a small site and our maximum capacity is 30 children. Please get in touch with our Education Team if you would like to visit with your class for self-guided tours, guided tours or workshops.
To book, call the office on 0207 790 8204 (Tuesday – Friday) and ask to speak to Tiffany. Alternatively, take a look at our information pack, complete a booking form and email it to email@example.com.
Our tours and workshops for Reception are more informal than our KS1 workshops and involve more exploratory/multisensory learning.
|Guided Farm Tour||45 mins – 1.5 hours depending on group.||An understanding of what is produced on a farm and how; how farm animals and plants provide for people’s needs, and what the different parts of the farm are used for.||Suggested donation of £40. (However no school turned away for lack of funds)|
|Farm to Fork: Food Systems||1.5 hours||Understanding that all food comes from a plant or an animal, and that fruit and vegetables grow in the ground. Understanding that food is imported from all around the world as well as growing here.||FREE to Tower Hamlets state schools (£100+VAT to others)|
|Plants, food growing & gardening||1.5 hours||Understanding what plants need to grow, and that we eat different parts of the plant. Practical experience of a seasonal gardening activity||FREE to Tower Hamlets state schools (£100+VAT to others)|
|Use it Again! Waste & Cycles||1.5 hours||Understanding that most rubbish goes to Landfill & how recycling & reusing can help the environment. Understanding that food waste can be composted, & that worms help to break it down.||FREE to Tower Hamlets state schools (£100 to others)|
|Introduction to Farm Animals||1.5 hours||Understanding which animals live on the Farm, what they need to stay healthy .||£100+VAT|
|Lifecycle of a Chicken||1.5 hours||An understanding of a chicken’s needs, the different stages in their life cycle and the differences between males and females.||£100+VAT|
|Animal Teeth and Feed||1.5 hours||An understanding of how animals obtain their food from plants and other animals.||£100+VAT|