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How to plan curriculum linked & safe visits to farms: A handbook for teachers

The handbook covers all the essential aspects of organising school farm visits; from what to include in a risk assessment, to linking visits to the curriculum. There is also information on the types of farms offering visits as well as what to look for on a pre visit.

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