Exciting new project for 2013

 

060411StockdaleSchoolsPlanting-59aEnhance your primary science curriculum with outside learning visits to farms and the countryside.

We are currently looking for schools to take part in an exciting new project – read on for more….

We already provide regular video snapshots of life on the farm and in the countryside with a view to enhancing pupils knowledge of food production  and the biodiversity of the landscape of wildlife and plants.

We are now planning to extend this resource by running a pilot project to provide a topic for a limited number of  schools to follow which incorporates  farm visits  and updates of farm and countryside seasons via our regular videos. The new programmes will be aligned to the primary Science curriculum and have links to other curriculum areas such as Geography and Technology.

The food production will cover cereal crops, livestock and fruit and vegetables. The biodiversity mini beasts, bees, birds, trees and plants.

This programme is more intensive than our previous videos in that we hope to form stronger links between the farms and schools, in order to build the learning values and the relevance of food and landscape in the world as population and weather changes that will face our children over next 25/50 years.

We are currently looking for schools to take part in this exciting and innovative pilot project based around Cawood, Market Weighton and Great Hatfield.

For further details or to take part in the project contact Mark Thompson 07811296713 mark@agriculture-4-u.co.uk

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