Home Education

We welcome Home Ed groups – just get in touch with what you’re interested in and we will do our best to work with you to provide the same fun and educational activities that we provide to school groups.

For example:

  • Dog phobia programmes – supporting children with step-by-step person-centred sessions for overcoming phobias of dogs – a difficulty that impacts on their day-to-day lives and access to services in their community.
  • Animal and Land-Based Assisted Education – supporting children with regular lesson plans to support their Individual Learning Plans and life-skill development.
  • Animal-Assisted Therapy – when working in a 121 scenario with a therapist assisting.

Or if you have teenagers who may want to volunteer with us, we would love to talk to you and them about our volunteer programs.

We’ll add more activities and ideas for using the farm as a place to support your family in their home ed journey, so just let us know your interests and we’ll do our best to accommodate them.