Scrutopia Summer School 2022
The Scrutopia summer school offers a ten-day immersion experience in the philosophy and outlook of Sir Roger Scruton, the British writer and philosopher who has inspired many searching people to believe in Western civilisation and its legacy. The course of study, which will take place in and around Sir Roger's home near historic Malmesbury in the Cotswolds, during the summer of 2022. The dates have now been confirmed as 22nd July - 31st July 2022.
All enquiries to: Mrs Izzy Larthe, Director of Admissions
Highlights from our wonderful 2019 Scrutopians.
School Visits and Outdoor learning 2022
School visits and outdoor learning can have a lasting impact on children, and we want to be able to offer this to the next generation at Sundey Hill Farm. A visit would help children connect with nature, farming and the wider countryside environment by providing hands on activities. Sundey Hill Farm is a 100 acre pasture farm between Swindon and Malmesbury on land that was originally part of the Braydon Forest. The Braydon Forest is a distinctive landscape marked by many mature English Oak trees, and grass fields. We have oak trees, hedgerows, ponds, wildflower hay meadows, grazing animals, and apple orchard and hilly slopes for children to enjoy.
A day or half day visit could include the following:
- Who lives here? Habitats on the farm
- Caring for animals on the farm
- Farm Walks and Mapping
- How healthy is the wildflower meadow?
- Tree ID & the history of Braydon Forest
We are pleased to be able to provide visits free of charge to school groups and we are now taking bookings for 2022.
You can also access further details on the Countryside Classroom website at https://www.countrysideclassroom.org.uk/places/5571