At the Classroom in the Woods, we aim to enrich the curriculum in a natural environment. The Classroom was developed with help of the Natural England Educational Access scheme and hopes to enable children to explore the countryside in a controlled manner as a part of their education. With the help of former head teacher, Richard Dawson, our classroom provides a unique experience providing opportunities for schools to work outside of their classroom environment. Richard uses his experience in curriculum enrichment to support teachers and help link the visit to the chosen topic. Moorhouse Farm is a working arable farm set over four hundred acres with areas of mixed hedgerows and ditches that are a haven for a variety of flora and fauna. The farm also incorporates a thoroughbred stud which is home to several brood mares and young stock. The farm is under many environmental projects, including the Natural England Higher Level Stewardship scheme which has seen a huge improvement in the wildlife that can be seen on the farm. Last year, we held a variety of visits featuring topics such as, The Gruffalo, Growing Things, Ancient Egyptians, The Enchanted Forest and the Stone Age.