The experience of brick making in particular was very enjoyable. It was great to see the animals also. One doesn't get a chance to visit a farm as an adult. My experience of visiting a farm as a child has stayed with me all these years. The children loved it.
Year 4 Teacher, Kemsing School, Sevenoaks - March 2016
The bread making linked to the Little Red Hen story was lovely and the children were engaged and motivated. The farm tour was also a big success
Reception Class Teacher, St John’s Primary School, Tunbridge Wells - May 2016
The visit complemented the work we were doing at school as our topic was food. The children really loved making the food.
Year 4 Teacher, Thomas Fairchild Community School, London - May 2015
The tutor-led art sessions were particularly valuable, as they fitted in well with our topics at school. The children loved dying their pieces of prepared materials. The activity in the gardens during the afternoon was delightful; there were so many vivid colours for the children to collect. Obviously the 'River of Poo' was a great highlight too!! Both the adults and children learnt a lot and the tutor was extremely informative about the workings of the farm too.
Year 2 Teacher, Weald Community Primary School, Sevenoaks - July 2015
Pre-trip organization - excellent. The workshop leaders were fantastic and pitched the sessions really well for the children
Teacher, Edenbridge Primary School, Kent - April 2016