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Country Trust Teacher webinar
Please join us for half an hour of discussion, information, and advice on how we are making our farm visits COVID secure and learn more about our programmes.

Find out about socially distanced activities we can offer, health and safety guidance, and how your Country Trust Coordinator will support you to give your pupils high quality, educational experiences in school or at local farms.

We will also be presenting Farm in a Box, our fantastic new programme designed to be delivered in school. Each Box is centred on a local farm, and your choice of hands on, investigative outdoor activities that are curriculum linked but also support wellbeing and language.

Dec 1, 2020 04:15 PM in London

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Professor Mick Waters
Mick Waters works with the schools in the West Midlands in raising standards. He has also worked at national policy level with the Welsh Government offering advice and support to the education reform agenda and has been instrumental in the development of the professional standards for teaching and leadership and assisting teaching.
Jill Attenborough
CEO @The Country Trust
Jill joined The Country Trust in July 2014 and brought over 17 years’ experience of developing and directing multi-million pound award winning and innovative public engagement programmes for the Woodland Trust, specialising in partnership development, communication and fundraising. At the weekend, Jill pitches in at Lathcoats Farm where three generations of her husband’s family have been specialist apple growers.
Mary Hext
Farm Discovery Manager @The Country Trust
Mary works with our team of amazing coordinators across the country to provide high quality, safe farm visits. Mary also delivers farm visits to schools in North Wales and in the North West. She has a strong drive and passion to enable as many children as possible to have unforgettable quality experiences in the working countryside.