Countryside Classroom in action

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The Country Trust at 40

This year sees The Country Trust celebrate 40 years of helping children with limited opportunities experience food, farming and the countryside

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New trail at Skelton Grange

New adventure trial and improved wildlife area now open for exploration

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International Carrot Day

Even carrots have their own special day, 4th April, and why not? Carrots are a significant UK crop, easy to grow in a school garden, and a healthy ingredient for many delicious recipes. Find out more with these Countryside Classroom resources

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London schools grow their own business

Garden Organic celebrate their 60th anniversary this year. Here's just one of their current projects

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Local School Nature Grants open!

Apply now for a chance to receive £500-worth of nature equipment

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Brogdale branches out

Brogdale Collections is famous worldwide for their 150-acre fruit collection, but their education department is working in some less expected areas too

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Seasonal selection

Ten top resources for March and April, reflecting spring lambing and the start of the growing season

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How my school farm inspired me

How school-farm experience inspired a life-long career

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Welcome to Fun Kitchen!

Fab, fun, food education is what Fun Kitchen are all about and they've recently been welcomed as a new Countryside Classroom Partner

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Helping pollinators

Polli:Nation aims to engage children and young people in learning about and helping pollinating insects

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Food, farming and nature at Sacrewell

Primary school children are enjoying a new residential offer at Sacrewell, near Peterborough

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UK Agriculture and social care

A recent report shows the value of care farming both to the community and the farms that provide it

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Become a Partner

Countryside Classroom partners are organisations that are committed to ensuring that all children have the opportunity to learn about and experience food, farming and the natural environment.

Members of the Consortium are able to exchange knowledge, expertise and networks, to collaborate in new ways and to address shared challenges.

Become a Contributor

Countryside Classroom is a single destination where teachers can find and access the resources, places to visit and people to ask that will support their teaching about food, farming and the natural environment.

We accept contributions from organisations or individuals who wish to share their content with schools.