Join other like-minded farmers to share best practice and learn from your peers, get to know the LEAF Education team and stay up to date with new developments at our regular Activity & Networking Days. Some of these will be held in person and some online.
LEAF Education is committed to keeping farmers up to date with developments, such as new projects that might be of interest. Members and Non-Members alike also have the opportunity to get to know the LEAF Education Team, particularly their Regional Education Consultant, helping to put faces to names — plus you'll have the opportunity to quiz our team and your peers. The Activity & Networking Events are also useful for farmers to share examples of good practice or to learn from our members and your peers and to pose questions.
Our LEAF Education Members, LEAF Farmer Members and LEAF Open Farm Sunday Host Farmers receive a discount to these events and limited numbers of free tickets. They are led by your local Regional Educational Consultant and may be held online or face-to-face — please view individual event entries for details.
How your expertise as a farmer can help teachers deliver their curricula
What resources are available
How communication with farmers — whether via a farm visit or online — can help students to understand where their food originates
How you can further support schools develop their approaches to healthy eating and the importance of nature
How to improve your confidence in working with schools
How to incorporate school topics of food, farming and the countryside appropriately into your visits
An opportunity for LEAF Education members to meet either face-to-face or virtually to discuss recent developments in education and farming; to share ideas and activities ; to find out about regional projects; and to ask questions of your Regional Education consultant and fellow members.