School Day Visits
What does a day at Bore Place look like?
Most days will begin with a tour of our organic dairy farm. We will then widen our focus by exploring farmland habitats, and the wildlife that lives there. Your school will have the opportunity to take part in surveying or practical conservation projects and learn about species such as farmland birds, great crested newts, reptiles, bats, dormice and earthworms.
We aim to inspire young people with the natural world, educate them about food production and regenerative farming and involve them in taking care of our world for future generations.
All day visits are bespoke and designed to help meet your curriculum and learning outcomes. We are best placed to help you with science (plant and animal biology), cooking and nutrition (where food comes from and seasonality) and geography (human impact on landscapes).
Most programmes are suitable or adaptable for wheelchair users and visitors with limited mobility. Teachers are welcome for pre-visits.
Please click here for our School Day Visits Handbook which includes Policies, Procedures and Risk Assessments.
Need help with costs or transport?
Bore Place is committed to being an affordable educational venue. We offer a subsidised rate for small-class state schools and classes with a high number of children receiving pupil premiums.
East Surrey Rural Transport Partnership is a not-for-profit company offering very competitive prices to schools in a number of areas.