Lincolnshire enjoys a rich and diverse farming heritage, and we’re passionate about helping children to develop their understanding of farming, food production, land use and the ways of the countryside.Find out more
This area gives you access to further enhance your food, farming and countryside curriculum. With information on available funding to contribute towards transport costs and funding available to develop your own allotment in school, more information to support your curriculum can be found here.
Would you like a talk to bring farming alive for your class?
Our Education and Development Officer is happy to give talks and generally enthuse young people about food and farming. We can tailor a talk to fit in with your curriculum and projects, so get in touch and let's see how we can work together.
We’re pleased to be able to offer local Schools funding to contribute towards transport costs and giving school groups the opportunity to visit farms and other sites related to agriculture. The funding is also available to help Lincolnshire schools develop their own gardens and allotments.
To be considered for a grant, Lincolnshire schools will be asked to submit a simple outline of the proposed visit, including the purpose, age range of pupils and numbers involved and detail how the curriculum will be enriched by the visit. A member of the team will then send you the application form if appropriate.
If you’re interested in taking advantage of this opportunity, then contact Rosie Crust on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01522 522900, who will be happy to give you more information.