We would normally welcome over 3,500 school children and over 1,000 Scouts and Guides to the annual Royal Three Counties Show. Groups are invited to take part in educational activities and learn something new. We work with a number of key organisations at the show to host workshops and whilst we aren’t able to do that in person there are a number of free online resources you can use which are linked with the national curriculum and encourage you to learn outside of the classroom!
Countryside Classroom is managed by a partnership of organisations that represent the very best in food, farming and environment education. They aim to encourage learning about food, farming and the environment within the curriculum and have a vast array of resources for early years to key stage five.
Farmers Guardian (Kids)
Farmers Guardian have fun activities, competitions and educational videos to teach children about the agricultural industry.
NFU Education have a range of high quality primary based STEM teaching resources and projects which are linked to the national curriculum and that convey important messages about food, farming and nutrition.
British Wool Marketing Board
British Wool have a learning website where children can explore sheep farming and the wool industry. The site is aimed at early years pupils and children up to the age of seven. Activities include interactive games, quizzes, craft activities and worksheets.
Royal Horticultural Society – Campaign for School Gardening
A range of activities, projects, lesson plans & other resources suited to a variety of ages and abilities.
Royal Three Counties Show Worksheets
Every year a range of worksheets are available for parents and teachers to download which can be completed by visiting the relevant section at the show. The worksheets are linked to the curriculum and are a fun way to learn. This year we have created some worksheets that you can do in your very own home.
Click on the worksheet links below: