Church Farm School Visits


Church Farm could be ideal for your next school visit. We have a fantastic farm park with outdoor play areas and covered indoor areas with two huge people-carrying trailers.

Our basic package includes farm admission for your group plus exclusive use of the indoor eating area.

Low Admission Price with Optional Modules

Tractor rides and talks are not included in the price of basic admission but if you'd like to add more to your visit then you can add on hosted modules such as a tractor ride or a curriculum-based module such as life cycles & small animals.


New Low Season Rates

For 2021 we've added different prices for different times of the year so if you're able to come anytime you can really save on your visit costs.

Add more to your visit with Modules

Modules are hosted or self-guided activities which you can book for your school group.

Each module lasts 30 minutes and is for up to 30 children.
If you have more that 30 children them multiple modules can be booked.
The visit price including module prices can be found in the School Visit Prices 2019 download link.

Tractor Ride / Animal Feeding *RECOMMENDED

Take a tractor ride with the farmer to see the farm animals. Help to feed the animals and learn fun facts about them. Four different animals are discussed within this module.

Life Cycles / Small Animals *RECOMMENDED

Take a tour of our hen house where you help to collect eggs from the nesting boxes. Learn about the lifecycle of hens. You then visit the pet barn to hold and stroke the rabbits and guinea pigs to learn more about them.

Habitats & Food

Find out more about the natural diets and habitats of various animals and learn how we try to replicate these in a farm environment.

Download Section

Here's where you can get some prices, a risk assessment and some additional advice about planning your visit.


Make an Enquiry

To ask about availability or find out more about what we offer then do contact Farmer Abby using

2019 Visit and Module Prices

2021 Visit Risk Assessment

Additional Advice for Teachers