Day Visit at Ufton Court


Day programmes designed and led by qualified teachers to meet your specific needs. Our programmes focus on living history, the environment and personal development. All are linked to the curriculum and aim to develop independent thinking and confidence through hands on learning.


Our programmes below are a guide. Each trip is tailor made for each school and can combine elements from different programmes.


Special offer to support National Shakespeare Week – All Shakespeare Days in March 2015 will have a 20% discount




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Curriculum Areas


Iron Age to Today

Give your class a day immersed in real farming through the ages. From hands on animal care through to ploughing, grinding corn and spinning wool.


Understanding the Natural World

A dynamic day in the ancient woodlands exploring the natural world through play and imagination. Activities can range from bushcraft to natural art.

LIFE on the FARM

Farmyard fun

Spend a day immersed in the farm.  Children can care for the animals by feeding, cleaning and herding them. They learn how bread is made as they try ploughing by hand, planting and grinding corn. A special day that supports the early years curriculum.


A Magical Day exploring the Natural World

Children and their teddies enjoy imaginative activities that develop understanding of how to care for the environment and the creatures living in it.

  • Accommodation, Organising a visit, Essential Resources

    See our two separate residential sites offering excellent facilities.

    All you need to help with your visit from risk assessments to kit lists.

    The next steps you need to take to organise a visit.

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