The Allerton Project is a 330 hectare, predominantly arable, farm in the village of Loddington, Leciestershire. The project team have developed a flexible curricula and a focused approach to activity days for primary school children. Visits take place in the summer term and the team have the capacity for up to 10 visits a year. Activities range from scavenger hunts to plant identification, even working on maths skills as the children learn how many packs of their breakfast cereal are made from a square meter of land growing wheat. There’s scope for a history lesson too as the children handle musket balls, coins, buttons and pottery dating back to the English Civil War, all uncovered on the farm. We also run days for secondary school children including a focussed day for those studying GCSE Geography. Days tailored to a schools specific needs can be organised.