Key Stage 1 & 2
All group educational visits to Hatton Farm combine an exciting mix of shows, demonstrations and adventure. Our educational visits are geared towards particular topics that may be covered at school, with our programmes developed in line with the national curriculum. All Key Stage 1 & 2 groups will require Guides at an additional cost of £30 per guide. 1 Guide required per 30 children.
Adventure play is designed for your group at your pace – because you can decide what you would like to include during your visit from our daily programme.
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Caring For Animals
In this educational topic the children learn about the 5 basic things that all animals need whether farm animals or pets at home. This is combined with feeding the animals and visiting our guinea pig village.
A farm isn’t just for animals, we also have many different crops and our very own vegetable patch where the children can learn all about what we have growing.
They also get the opportunity to each plant something that they can take home (or back to school).
All animals are different and they have had to adapt to living in a variety of different habitats.
In this topic we help the children to see some of these amazing adaptations.
The Chicken & The Egg
The group learn about the changes our animals go through as they grow from young to adult.
We have many different animals all in different stages of development.
Our Farming Year
Learn in a fun and interactive way about where our food is produced before arriving at our supermarkets. You will explore the farm seeking out where we get our fruits, vegetables and meats from.
Claverdon School Visit
Health & Safety
During your visit, the health and safety of yourself and the children is of up most importance to us! Please take a look at our health and safety procedures as well as any questions you may have regarding your Group Visit.Risk Assessment
LEAF Education Membership
LEAF Education aims to inspire and educate children and young people about food, farming and the countryside.
All bookings and availability checks should be done online. If you aren’t able to book online you can download our booking form here. You will need to fill this out and send it to us with your deposit by post.