Easton Farm Park
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What will students see and do?
Set on 35 acres of lovely Suffolk countryside, the award-winning Easton Farm Park provides fun and engaging farm trips for schools.
This nationally accredited Farms for Schools site is an excellent place for students to learn about traditional farming through hands-on activities and animal experiences.
Easton Farm Park offers plenty of outdoor learning activities for kids, including sessions where children will learn how to milk a cow and the basics of caring for baby chicks.
Pupils will also have the chance to meet a Suffolk Punch Horse and discover how these amazing animals were used in farming before tractors were invented.
Through the farm’s Lunch Detectives activity, students can delve into the relationship between food and farming by analysing the contents of an average lunch box. Meanwhile, signing up for the lamb feeding course will allow kids to interact with and learn more about lambs and sheep.
The farm park is also home to rare breed cattle, goats, rabbits, pigs and more. Call the site for expert school trip ideas for your students.
Teaching resources provided
Call to discuss any teaching resources you require for your visit.
Minimum and maximum group size
You’ll need a minimum group size of ten pupils for this trip.
Details of risk assessment
Leaders are encouraged to schedule a free pre-visit to the site. Easton Farm Park has a full health and safety policy and is inspected regularly by the Suffolk County Council Education Department. Call for details about a school trip risk assessment.
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The farm park has a range of Victorian buildings, including a Victorian dairy.
From the entrance kiosk you can access the main site, including animal pens and barns, as well as a café. The main green is situated in the middle of the site. Towards the back of the site, guests can access the Green Trail and Meadow walks.
The Hamilton Room and Riverside Café, which are situated near the river, are available for hire.
Call the team during office hours to discuss your visit.
The cost of a school trip is £8 per person for ten or more pupils.
The village of Easton is located about five miles from the market village of Wickham Market, near Woodbridge in Suffolk. No public transport is available to Easton or Easton Farm Park. Please note that sat navs should be used in conjunction with the directions below and brown tourist road signs.
By car: From the northbound A12, take the Framlingham slip road and then turn left. Go straight over the roundabout and take the next left towards Easton. Turn right at the T-junction and drive past the White Horse Inn. At the next sharp bend to the right, turn left. Easton Farm Park is located on this road on the left.
From the A14, take the A1120 after Stowmarket towards Yoxford. Once you arrive in Earl Soham, turn right at the T-junction, then take the first right after the Earl Soham Victoria pub. From here you will pass through Brandeston and Kettleburgh. After Kettleburgh, turn right at the T-junction into the village of Easton. On a sharp left-hand bend, take the first right. Easton Farm Park is located on this road on the left.
Easton Farm Park, Pound Corner, Easton, Suffolk
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