As a city farm in London, we are dedicated to helping people learn about food, nature and the environment. Our unique setting inspires children and adults to participate in our courses, workshops and lessons and leave with new knowledge, friendships and inspiration.
We receive about 3 school visits a week – school groups, like everyone else can visit for free! We also offer specific workshops designed to take learning a step further, such as creative recycling, growing plants and hatch and brood.
We are also home to about six Key Stage 3 & 4 pupils who receive tuition in various subjects to pass their EDI accreditation as well as discovering their abilities in more vocational areas such as plumbing, the work of a park ranger and bicycle maintenance.
Learn about the environment and green skills on our courses that cover everything from beekeeping to solar power.View courses
We welcome school visits. You an bring your class for a simple walk around the farm, or take part in one of our tailored workshops.Read more
KS4 Alternative education
6 local students take part in our alternative education programme on the farm, receiving tutoring in maths, english and science as well as receiving mentoring and support.Read more
Asylum Seeker and refugee
We run practical courses for asylum seekers and refugees. They have helped us build a straw bale shed, and maintain our garden.Read more
Mini farmer’s club
Every Saturday local youngsters help manage the farmyard and animals as they learn about farming through tasks such as mucking out and grooming.Read more
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