Goodwood offers schools and colleges a wide range of workshops and visits to facilitate Learning Outside the Classroom, using the rich variety of sites and businesses found on the Estate.
Education at Goodwood is mostly delivered through the West Sussex Countryside Studies Trust, a charity set up by the Duke of Richmond in 1976.
The Education Officer welcomes visits from all age groups – from nursery classes through to postgraduate students, and can tailor activities to suit the needs of the group. Teachers are invited to make a pre-visit when the programme can be discussed and risk assessments carried out. All visits will be co-ordinated and usually lead by the Education Officer, assisted by Education Guides and Estate staff as appropriate.
Charges are made per child for most group visits, from £2.50 for a half day visit to £5 for a full school day, no charge for accompanying adults.
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