Our education days are hands on experience for Nurseries, Schools, Colleges and Universities.
We run specially adapted Pick, Cook and Learn Workshops – Tailored for younger children, inspiring and educational, these sessions are a great way to enjoy the outdoors while learning a bit about recognising, growing, picking, preparing and tasting fresh food.
We visit local schools and nurseries to run workshops – Designed to introduce children to the fun of growing their own fruit and vegetables, to teach them about where the food they eat comes from and to assist their teachers in developing their own fruit and veg patch.
We encourage schools to visit us – Our educational initiatives are specifically designed for different age/ ability pupils and students. We fully support all key stages of the primary and secondary school curriculum, in line with the government manifesto.
We encourage visits from Universities – Our project recognises the need for a more localised sustainable food system. We want to share the developing CSA model that reconnects people to their food. We have participated in a number of research projects, and encourage students to get involved with us on site.
Health and Safety, Risk Assessment, Permission and Guidelines policies will be sent in advance to teachers, schools or groups.
We operate a suggested donation system based on the living wage.
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