Virtual Farm Visits

Bringing business studies to life

Help your students explore the business of farming from the comfort of the classroom.

The agricultural industry provides the perfect landscape for so many learning opportunities

How important is the workforce in an industry experiencing a technological revolution?

What impact do social trends and environmental schemes have on local, national and
global markets?

What does financial planning look like for an industry reliant upon the weather and the
global economy, both of which it has no control over?Each virtual farm visit is unique and designed to meet pre-agreed learning objectives. Students gain an insight into the agricultural industry, meet the people who work there and discover the reality of balancing the business of food production and sympathetic countryside management. Visits inform and inspire a wide range of topics across the curriculum, even those not taught yet!

Lesson timings can be tailored to suit individual school timetables.

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Not finding quite what you’re looking for? Want to make some adjustments? We can develop bespoke experiences suitable for different settings, needs and requirements.

Do you have a group of disengaged boys who need more activities around English? A year 5 class that needs to focus on expanding literacy? Want a taster Business Studies on farm day for year 9? Need to deliver exam specification points for AQA or Edexcel?

As well as tailoring our sample Curriculum Enrichment Days to your needs, our team of Regional Education Consultants can develop bespoke experiences for your school at any duration, subject focus or type of activity.

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“The children really enjoyed the tour of the farm and being able to go into the field to see the animals close up; a real chance to get out of the classroom environment and continue learning.”

— Year 3 teacher

“It really opened my eyes to see how a farm is run as a multi-million pound business,and to think about all the decisions the farmer has to make, not just what crops to grow.”

— A level business studies student