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Royal Forestry Society

Teaching Trees delivers curriculum-linked visits to working woodlands for KS1 & KS2 groups. Experienced education officers lead sessions designed to excite and inform children about their local woodland heritage and its importance for wildlife, timber production and leisure. They can learn to identify trees, find out how they grow and understand their uses. Locations range from country estates to small farms. Sessions are supported by cross-curricular follow-up lesson resources for teachers.


The Hay Barns
Home Farm Drive, Upton Estate
OX15 6HU

Telephone: 01295 670798

Alternative Telephone: 07891 194600

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://www.rfs.org.uk


School visits are currently free of charge, although donations are appreciated to support the programme.

Type of support

Grounds development

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