What does a snowdrop look like?
Which plants support bees?
How tall does an oak tree grow?
You may have heard these questions and more from your pupils, and they’ll be able to discover the answers in our special garden.
“Evenley Wood Garden provided a safe haven and all our children had a wonderful time. The outdoor classroom is the perfect base and the staff could not have been more helpful or supportive before and during our visit. Thoroughly recommended as an excellent local resource to meet the outdoor learning emphasis of the curriculum.”
– Winchester House School, UK, 2014
As we are unable to provide a special teaching program, it’s up to the teachers to be creative. But this self-guided option allows total flexibility, and it’s a good opportunity to create additional activities that relate to age, curriculum and classroom.
In addition to allowing access to our garden, we can offer laminated maps and lunch may be arranged on our Pavilion. Our wonderful staff will also be on hand to offer assistance and answer any questions teachers or pupils may have.
For enquiries and to book, please contact us by phone: 07776307849 or by email: email@example.com.
We will require the number of teachers and pupils visiting.
Teachers are more than welcome to visit the garden prior to the school visit, provided that it is booked in advance. This is free of charge.
We accept payment by cash, cheque, or Paypal.
We have a grass car park next to the garden’s entrance. When dry, it is fully suitable for both school buses and coaches. In the case of long-term wet weather, please contact us before you make the journey.
We support creativity. If you are a yoga instructor, photographer, painter, etc and are interesting in running a course in the Garden, we are available for hire. Price on application.
We offer placements to young people studying horticulture, botany or garden design. Based on season and duration of placement, our staff can provide a high-level of training to students. Please contact us for more information.
“A beautiful garden with a lot to learn on trees, shrubs and bulbs and managed by a remarkable team. I spent a really great time there. The perfect internship if you want to learn more about woody plants.”
– Noemie Thomas, student of garden design in France, 2014