PUBLISHED: 16:02 25 April 2019 | UPDATED: 17:16 25 April 2019 David Vincent Eliza from Glemsford Primary School with a duckling Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN Archant School children were encouraged to look beyond the supermarket packaging to understand where their food comes from at an agricultural show in Ipswich. Nuala, Scarlett, Amara and Connie from Framlingham College Prep School Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWNThe 19th School Farm and Country Fair, held at Trinity Park, was attended by more than 4,000 Year 3 and 4 pupils who were able to get hands-on experience with farm animals, including chicks, ducklings, sheep and goats, to handle the grains grown here, and wool clipped from sheep. There were also giant farm tractors and machinery on display at the annual event, held ahead of the Suffolk Show in May. Organising committee chairman and farmer Brian Barker has been involved for a number of years and he said: “We are trying to showcase everything about Suffolk farming, what grows here and what goes on in the countryside. We want to show everything that the industry of agriculture has got to offer and how it can fit in with the national curriculum.“If we can inspire children to recycle, to eat… Read full this story
- Children's Safety at Outdoor Venues
- Skateboarding Parks
- Stanley Park - A Vancouver Must-See
- 5 Travel Tips For Successful Vacations With Children of Any Age
- I Don't Have a Real Estate Specialist! What Are People in Your Farm Area Saying?
- Gatwick Airport Parking - Cut the Stress by Parking Near Gatwick
- Yosemite - From Farm to Table
- The Tricky Brain - A Look at Children and Self Esteem
- London For Under Fives - Top 5 Things to Do in London With Small Children
- Farm Succession Planning is Passing Down the Farm, Right?
- Billings Farm & Museum - Vermont All Rolled Up in One
- Florida Water Parks - Some of the Best
Were your children at Trinity Park for the farming fair today? have 297 words, post on www.eadt.co.uk at April 25, 2019. This is cached page on CHUTEU. If you want remove this page, please contact us.