With our accredited ITT and CPD courses, you’ll learn how to engage your pupils with the food and farming sectors and how to run safe, curriculum-linked activities on a farm.
We provide accredited training days for teachers and educators to deliver the curriculum through food and farming experiences — both on the farm and in classroom settings.
The skills you’ll learn will help you deliver high quality education across a broad and balanced curriculum.
These training days can be offered as bespoke courses designed specifically for you and your school, working across all Key Stages at Primary and Secondary Level (including GCSE and A Level).
All training is designed and delivered by fully-qualified teachers from our team who know how to translate food, farming and the environment into practical training and ideas for teachers across all subject areas.
How food and farming can enrich teaching across the curriculum
What resources are available
How to develop whole-school approaches to healthy eating and a connection with the outdoors
How to run safe, curriculum-linked days outside the classroom with our network of accredited farmers
How to incorporate the topics of food, farming and the countryside appropriately for your subject and Key Stage, from early years to A level
How outdoor learning experiences can be incorporated into other subjects such as English, Science and Maths
The farm provides a wonderful environment in which many primary science topics and themes can be brought to life through practical, outdoor activities.
Matched to your CDP goals
Options for both university PGCE courses and school initial teacher training
Access broad training for a whole-school, cross-curricular initiative, or very focussed training for a specific subject group
Have our Regional Education Consultants create specific resources for or support, plan and co-deliver initiatives such as science week
Training designed and delivered by fully-qualified teachers from our team
— Trainee teacher