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There's lots for children to do at Greenslate Farm

If you have any queries about any of our children’s clubs, please email Rhiannon.

Saturday Farm Club - New for 2018

After the popularity of our ‘Farmer For a Day’ sessions last year, we are launching our Saturday Farm club starting 10th February.

Each week will be packed with activities such as bug hunts, bush craft, den building, wildlife exploration, wild cooking, and of course, farm activities such as growing, harvesting and hands on with the animals! Best of all…parents do not need to stay! Places are limited so pre-booking is strongly advised.

Saturday Farm Club every Saturday 1pm to 4pm.

for 5-11 year olds

Special introductory offer- book 10 sessions before the end of January and get one week free.

Sessions are £7 per child.

The activities are a fun and interactive way to enrich your child’s learning, as all our activities are linked to the National Curriculum. We cover a wide range of topics from English, Maths and Science, to Geography, History and Arts, all in the natural outdoor environment. We also cover essential life skills such as communication, team building and leadership through the power of creative play, fun activities and team challenges.

Wednesday Kids Club

“Its Back! Our ever popular KIds Club starts again 28th February with loads of action packed activities such as pond dipping, frog hunts, den building, bushcraft, sports, wild art and hands on activities with the animals at Greenslate.

It runs every Wednesday during term time, 4pm – 6pm for 5 – 11 year olds. Sessions are £5 per child.

Booking is necessary and parents do not have to stay.

Tuesday Toddler Club

We are re-launching Toddler Club on Tuesday 6th February, and it will now run each Tuesday during term time, 11am to 12:30pm. Designed for 0-5 year olds, sessions cost £5 (toddler and one parent)

Greenslate Toddler club gives your child the opportunity to explore the wonderful world of nature through sensory play, whilst gaining social, emotional and learning skills for the future.

It’s also a great way of meeting new friends (for both toddler and parent) and a good excuse to get muddy!! We will be covering a whole range of activities such as bushcraft, wild art, storytelling, nature hunts, growing, exploring food and hands on time with the animals at the farm.

Places are limited, so booking is essential. 

If you have any queries about any of our children’s clubs, please email Rhiannon.