A grazing charity set up over 400 years ago, the Box Moor Trust has a diverse range of habitats, including woodland, meadows, ponds, rivers, and agricultural and urban areas.
We deliver a varied curriculum to schools and community groups, including science, geography, agriculture, art, literacy, maths, history and citizenship. We also offer seasonal and bushcraft courses.
All age groups can visit, all year round.
Lists of our ready-made courses can be seen on our website. We are able to tailor these to suit specific time scales, ages, abilities, subject requirements, medical conditions/allergies and equality, diversity or inclusion issues or needs.
All courses are taught by fully qualified staff with first aid training and CRB clearance. Health and safety and child protection are high priorities and all activities are risk assessed.
Prior to a visit, general information will be provided, e.g. what to bring, transport, charging, directions, health and safety etc. A Teacher’s Pack giving an outline timetable, intended learning outcomes, National Curriculum links and pre and post-visit activities is also supplied.