school pupils on pooh sticks bridge at sacrewell.

Educational Visit

Schools & Learning

Delivering enriching outdoor educational experiences to school pupils is fundamental to what we do at Sacrewell. And welcoming young people to our beautiful countryside setting allows us to fulfil the aims of the William Scott Abbott Trust.

We invite your learners to explore our Farming with Nature educational workshops in our beautiful countryside setting.

wonderful worms - a child with a handful of worms.

Farming with nature workshops

The Sacrewell Education Team are thrilled to be able to offer a wide range of educational workshops for your pupils to participate in this academic year.

Each has been carefully designed to link with the National Curriculum whilst giving children a chance to escape the classroom and be immersed in our inspiring natural environment.

The Farming with nature educational workshops cover six interlinking topics: Soil, Pollination, Plants, Field to Fork, Farm Animals, and Wildlife. Investigate why worms are so important, discover food growing in the fields and help look after our kitchen garden – to name a few!

Please email for more information on the individual educational workshops that are available.


What does an educational day out cost and how do we pay?

A visit as part of our Education Programme is £10 per pupil (off-peak, September-February) and £12 per pupil during peak time, March-August.

This price includes a choice of curriculum-based educational workshops led by our experienced staff and all equipment and resources. We are always happy to work with you to help you select the best combination of educational workshops for your pupils.

This price also includes access to the wider site with our various play areas that can be enjoyed in free time if you wish, and it includes an indoor base for the duration of your educational visit.

Should you wish to experience a self-led educational day out at Sacrewell, prices are £7.50 per pupil and include our indoor, outdoor and natural play areas, sensory garden, livestock paddocks and our historic watermill.

School and support staff are free for educational visits. Any accompanying adult visitors will be charged at £8 per person.

There is plenty of free parking and toilet and handwashing facilities are available across the site.

We will email an invoice to you after your visit. BACS details will be provided on the invoice. Please make cheques payable to the William Scott Abbott Trust.

How do we book an educational visit?

Please email the Sacrewell Education Team at to make a booking enquiry.