As well as producing great food, Bosavern Community Farm is a community hub offering a range of learning opportunities. Over the years we have hosted a range of educational group visits from local primary and secondary schools including:

We have also hosted placements in the following scenarios:

  • Year 10 Work Experience
  • Duke of Edinburgh student
  • College and University course placements
  • Placements for adults as part of a structured employability scheme

We have Public Liability Insurance, adequate safeguarding, DBS checks and can provide a Risk Assessment.

This financial year (2024/25) we are pleased to be able to offer up to 25 FREE, curriculum-linked visits for local educational groups thanks to funding from FIPL (Farming in the Protected Landscape), these can be for groups of students under 18 and also for groups of adults with learning difficulties. We have a team of excellent, highly experienced hosts who can tailor your visit to your curriculum and subject needs to incorporate themes such as nutrition, climate change, water cycle, life cycles, food webs, habitat management, creative writing, regenerative farming, horticulture, soil profiles, composting, pollinators, wildflowers and conservation.

To get a better sense of how the farm can enrich your students’ learning, scan through our visit flip book

If you would like to arrange a free Educational group visit please contact Lilith to discuss availability and requirements on

If you would like to arrange a placement, please contact to discuss fees and requirements.

We also work in partnership with other organisations to provide training, workshops, volunteer support, conservation, education, produce and more, see our partnership details here.

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