Kids to Farms supports primary school educators to engage and excite children in Food and Fibre Production Learning. This project is supported by the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, through funding from the Australian Government’s Educating Kids About Agriculture initiative and brought to you by the Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association
Looking at Professional Learning opportunities for your teachers or yourself? Why not come along to our Agricultural Education Days in the north and the south of the state, as well as online.
Join via Google Meets https://meet.google.com/gid-vhuh-wtz
For Face to Face session simply complete the registration form at the bottom of this page to register or receive further information. All sessions will be free to attend, for a capped number of participants.
There are so many fantastic, free resources available to use in your classroom. Let us help you discover them.
Kids to Farms can connect you to suitable sites for excursions, with hands-on learning. With sites across the state, we can help you find the right destination to visit or help you to visit one that your school community has existing connections with.
You don’t need to be an expert to explore agriculture with your students, however if you’d like to increase your knowledge, we’d love to support you in this.
Farmer Time is run in Australia by the Primary Industries Education Foundation Australia with guidance and agreement with Linking Environment And Farming (LEAF).
Farmer Time is a video call between a farmer and a class of students.
All the information about what is involved can be found by visiting https://farmertime.com.au/
For further details please contact Project Officer Claire Robertson firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0418 131 629.
Register your interest by completing this form. To be held at Agricultural Learning Centre at Hagley Farm School 28th October 2022