Getting a feel for farming

Kids Country delivers exceptional, hands-on learning experiences for children based around food, farming and the countryside.

Discover how we can provide fun and innovative ways to stimulate Key Stage 1 and 2 children here.


Move closer to the countryside

Our aim is to educate future generations on the importance of farming, food production, and the countryside.

Find out more about Kids Country and the East of England Agricultural Society.

Unforgettable learning

Food and Farming Day is an interactive learning event that teaches children where food comes from, and the importance of agriculture and the countryside.

Get details of how you can be part of Food & Farming Day.

Cook up a classroom treat

Learn about the journey your breakfast takes from farm to fork, and get involved in hands-on activities that tell you more about the most important meal of the day.

Find out more about our Breakfast Week event.

Growing passion for food

“This event makes children curious about their food and where it comes from, and the learning continues long after we get back to school.”

Find out more about our Grow Your Own Potatoes event.

Understanding animal care

What do chicks eat? How many eggs can a hen lay? Do chickens fly? Can I have keep a chicken as a pet?

Find out more about our Happy Chicks event.

Calling all budding mini MasterChefs!

Children’s food and farming education initiative Kids Country are thrilled to announce the launch of their annual Winter Warmer Soup Challenge, which this year will be judged by MasterChef 2018 finalist, Simon Spooner. Simon is an award-winning private chef who reached the …

Breakfast Week

What’s on Offer? The Kids Country team come into your school in January & November to deliver Breakfast Week. Every child will experience cooking their own special breakfast, and find out how our food gets onto our plates. Learn about the journey …