Stratton School Farm is a very special facility and a distinctive feature of life at Stratton Upper School. The farm totals 9.6 acres and is home to pigs, chickens, sheep and alpaca. We produce high quality, rare breed meat, have a well-established orchard and run a community farm shop on weekend mornings. Our Spring Plant Sale and Open Day is legendary in the local community and our Christmas turkeys find a welcome place on many local tables each year.
The farm first opened its gates in 1955 and has played a key role in the community and in the educational experience of all of our students ever since. Students take part in agricultural science lessons, volunteer on the farm and many gain agricultural qualifications with us.
Our farm shop is open weekends 9am-12pm