Farms

School trip farms are a fantastic why of experiencing life on a working farm and to see the amazing processes that happens on a daily basis.  School trip working farms have designed some great hands on experiences & agricultural practices for school groups and educational visits to interact and understand what a farmer has to go through in order to produce food and livestock and the care and time management throughout the challenging seasons.  Educational farm visits are a great introduction for early years children in Primary schools and resources have been set up to cover the national curriculum KS1 to KS3.

The range of expertise covers farming, food and the countryside across the full range of ages and curriculum subjects. Working Farms are particularly keen to help schools and educational groups understand why farming matters and provide resources and materials interlinked with science, maths, literacy, cooking, nutrition and more. At UK School Trips we have some amazing interactive, fun, exciting farming venues that offer live hands on farming workshops and farming tours.


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One of the Midlands most popular tourist attractions, with a unique hands-on approach to an educational day out, the attraction has continued to grow year on year. Visit the Farm to take advantage of the wonderful educational opportunities on offer.  
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Offering curriculum linked activities on a working farm with in the beautiful surroundings of Bodenham Arboretum. All key stages catered for with experiential learning, developing inquisitive & positive relationships within the natural  environment. 
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Cattle Country delivers friendly farm School Trips, where students can enjoy a variety of indoor and outdoor School Trips as well as getting to explore a real working farm with numerous animals.
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At Godstone Farm, students have the chance to interact with over 500 animals and enjoy both the indoor and outdoor play areas. This is the perfect school trip destination for environment or animal-based school trips.
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Bore Place offers the ideal location and excellent facilities that are needed for an outdoor school trip. Students have the chance to explore farming and wildlife, furthering their knowledge on the environment and the countryside.
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National Forest Adventure Farm provides adventurous school trips that are aimed at younger students. Here, your pupils will enjoy an inspirational experience which is not only educational but also fun!
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Based in Somerset, we offer everything you need for an educational, fun-packed school trip. With over 100 different animal species (from chicks to elephants!), we provide great learning opportunities for all ages and abilities.
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We offer an enjoyable educational outdoor learning experience for pre-schools, schools, colleges and universities.

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Wildlife park for British animals only, past & present, set in an ancient coppiced woodland. The education team uses both the animal collection (including wolves, lynx, owls, deer, wild boar, bison, badgers, elk & reindeer) & the woodland for teaching.
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Cogges Manor Farm in Witney, Oxfordshire provides 1000 years of History perfect for educational historical learning. The site appears in the Domesday Book of 1086 with a listed manor house dating back to the 13th Century, 17th/18th Century farm buildings.
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Bocketts Farm Park is situated within the stunning countryside and offers students the opportunity to experience farm life in detail. Students can watch the pig race, ride on a tractor, cuddle with the rabbits and also feed many of the animals.
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Staunton Country Farm Park boasts a small ornamental farm, a tropical glass house, a maze and both an indoor and outdoor play area. The fantastic facilities on offer make it the ideal location for an environment or nature-based school trip.
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