Farming brought to life in your classroom.
Invite a Farmer into your school to discover more about:
Life on the farm
Different types of farming in Kent
Locally produced food
Wildlife and the environment
These FREE presentations will answer children’s questions and reinforce learning and are tailored to the curriculum.
Bringing the countryside and farming to life for primary school children.
This is a free opportunity for schools, with a talk from one of our knowledgeable volunteer speakers covering a broad range of farming related topics including crops, buildings, livestock and wildlife.
Aims of the project
To bring the countryside and farming to life for the children in schools.
To cover a broad range of food and farming related topics relevant to Key Stage 1 and 2
To deliver a structured, balanced presentation of modern day farming
To draw on our speakers’ personal experience and knowledge of farm life
To promote the Living Land event and the charitable work of KCAS
Over the last two years Maureen Friday, Roz Day and several other volunteers have visited over 40 schools, including:
The Beacon School, Folkestone
The Gateway Primary Academy, Dartford
Thames View Primary School, Maidstone
St Andrew’s Primary School, Rochester
Mersham Primary School, Ashford
Northfleet School for Girls, Dartford
Roseacre Junior School, Bearsted
Featherby Junior School, Gillingham
Maureen has over 30 years experience within the Women’s Food and Farming Union and has been visiting primary schools in Kent for a number of years to talk about life on a farm and where food actually comes from.
For more information or to make a booking for a Monday or Thursday morning, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org