The Team at Heath Farm have always been passionate about education and people learning where food comes from, but also about the land that feeds us.
With our already set up Heath Farm school, Coming the beginning of 2018…. We will be offering fun, practical pre bookable sessions for under12’s taking place throughout the year (dates and more info to be announced nearer the time) taking place on our real working livestock farm.
The session will be hands on, fun, practical and we will also be working with the current curriculum to help link to their education at school.
The sessions will include:
How to care for animals,(Animal Welfare)
How to work as a team,
How we can look after our environment
How we work with it to produce the food we eat (where are food comes from.)
We will be covering the arable as well as the livestock side to show field to fork.
Through doing Open Farm Sunday, Open lambing days to raise money for Cancer research UK, to opening our farm up to schools. We have shown how passionate we are about showing and educating people where food comes from and why we do what we do.
We are incredibly proud of our work experience students. Our most resent has just been offered a place at Harper Adams University to study a BSc in Animal Behaviour & Welfare. Leah has been with us nearly a year, and we are incredibly proud how far she has come, and through working with us she has decided to pursue her degree…..she has grown from strength to strength and become a member of the team…..we will miss you Leah greatly when you go to Uni.
With formal teaching qualifications and Agricultural degrees behind us, we hope we can offer something special.
🐑 With a permanent place we are opening up our farm during the Easter Holidays to run the first of our “Little Farmers” sessions.
A fun interactive session, where you will tour around the farm meeting some of our animals, do fun hands on activities, and really get involved in nature.
Age related activities, you may even see a lamb being born as lambing will be well underway with our native flock.😊🐑.
WEDNESDAY — 4th April.
🌟( Please note The Am & PM 🐑Little Farmers session is now fully booked😊.)
AM & PM 🐷Junior Farmers sessions spaces still available.
THURSDAY — 5th April.
🌟(Please note The Am 🐑Little Farmers session is now fully booked.)pm still available.
🐷 Junior Farmers spaces left on both am & pm sessions available🌟
WEDNESDAY — 11th April.
AM & PM 🐑Little Farmers sessions available.
AM 🐷Juinor Farmers sessions available.
THURSDAY — 12h April.
Both AM & PM 🐑Little Farmers & 🐷Junior Farmers sessions available
2 Sessions per day either 10.30am-12pm
Cost is £5 per child, per session. (Parent or guardian must accompany children under 6 years old, but the kettle will be for you. )
Spaces are limited, so will be first come based and payment via bac to secure place.
We will be holding 2 age groups each session.
With myself running one and Leah running the other.
🐑”Little Farmers” 🐑(3years old to 7years)
🐷”Junior Farmers” 🐷(7years to 10years)
With all relevant safeguarding, training and accreditations for our farm. We can also link so much to the national curriculum
Please wear warm clothes that can easily be washed (if needed, children seem to love mud😊). Wellies or appropriate foot wear.
We look forward from hearing from you.
Pm or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book or enquire 🐷🐑🐄😊
If we get enough enquirys we will run a session for children aged 10 to 14 years.
This will be more science based. Please see belows new session.
11th April 2pm-3.30pm
Sessions are run at “The Shed”
The Shrubbery, Hessett, Bury St Edmunds, IP309BE.
Parking is in the meadow signed posted on your right, then if you then make your way down the drive to “The Shed”.
(Laila’s eggs is at the entrance of the driveway)