Published on 27th February, 2023
Over 1,200 Key Stage 2 pupils will descend on the Bath & West Showground, for the Society’s 5th Annual Field to Food Learning Day. It will be a day packed full of interactive activities and demonstrations, educating children all about the process of field to fork, giving them the opportunity to look, hear, smell and get their hands dirty – one of the most effective (and fun) ways to learn!
Royal Bath & West representative, Lilanie Self says “We are really looking forward to welcoming local schools back to our Field to Food Learning Day. Thanks to the generous support of local businesses, we have been able to provide some brilliant hands-on demonstrations for the children to really get involved in”.
Alongside the return of the Field to Food Learning Day, the Royal Bath & West Society will be launching a brand-new Education Hub; an online hub providing resources to teachers, parents & home educators that can be used to learn all about British Farming and the process of field to fork. As well as providing engaging ways to learn about farming and food production, the resources available have also been created in line with the National Curriculum, with links to ‘living things and their habitats’. The Education Hub will be launching at the end of March 2023.
The Field to Food Learning Day is fully booked for 2023. If you are a local school and would like to receive information about the Field to Food Learning Day, please contact email@example.com