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Staunton Country Park


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Reviews

The following reviews have been added by visit leaders using the EVOLVE system.
Overview
4.8
22 reviews


Excellent
 
82%

Very Good
 
18%

Average
 
0%

Poor
 
0%

Awful
 
0%

(June 2021 - Primary School)




Loads of stuff currently happening here to improve the park facilities, going to be fantastic. (March 2020 - Secondary School)




(March 2020)




Adults very friendly, accommodating and knowledgeable. (January 2020 - Primary School)




(December 2019 - Primary School)




(June 2019 - Primary School)




Well organised and all staff very helpful. Excellent leader taking the class around the farm and giving child appropriate briefings. (May 2019 - Primary School)




All students have SEN. The workshop was hands on and the leader took her time to make sure everyone was involved. (May 2019 - Secondary School)




We had a lovely day out. All of the pupils had an opportunity to see lots of animals and feed them. They thoroughly enjoyed the day. (March 2019 - Primary School)




(February 2019 - Primary School)




(November 2018 - Primary School)




(November 2018 - Primary School)




(October 2018 - Primary School)




(October 2018 - Primary School)




(October 2018 - Primary School)




(June 2018 - Primary School)




(June 2018 - Primary School)




(April 2018 - Primary School)




Perfect for EYFS age children to get close to farm animals. We bought some animal food and they loved feeding the goats. You are not allowed to take school groups in the cafe to eat so we hired the Naturalist hut which was ideal to store our bags and eat lunch (Was a very chilly day in March) There are lots of picnic tables to eat at on warmer days. Plenty of hand washing facilities and toilets too. A lovely trip! (March 2018 - Primary School)




Perfect for EYFS age children to get close to farm animals. We bought some animal food and they loved feeding the goats. You are not allowed to take school groups in the cafe to eat so we hired the Naturalist hut which was ideal to store our bags and eat lunch (Was a very chilly day in March) There are lots of picnic tables to eat at on warmer days. Plenty of hand washing facilities and toilets too. A lovely trip! (March 2018 - Primary School)




(February 2018 - Primary School)




(February 2018 - Primary School)




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Staunton Country Park
Havant
Hampshire
PO9 5HB

Reviews

The following reviews have been added by visit leaders using the EVOLVE system.
Overview
4.8
22 reviews


Excellent
 
82%

Very Good
 
18%

Average
 
0%

Poor
 
0%

Awful
 
0%

June 2021 - Primary School




March 2020 - Secondary School
Loads of stuff currently happening here to improve the park facilities, going to be fantastic.



March 2020




January 2020 - Primary School
Adults very friendly, accommodating and knowledgeable.



December 2019 - Primary School




June 2019 - Primary School




May 2019 - Primary School
Well organised and all staff very helpful. Excellent leader taking the class around the farm and giving child appropriate briefings.



May 2019 - Secondary School
All students have SEN. The workshop was hands on and the leader took her time to make sure everyone was involved.



March 2019 - Primary School
We had a lovely day out. All of the pupils had an opportunity to see lots of animals and feed them. They thoroughly enjoyed the day.



February 2019 - Primary School




November 2018 - Primary School




November 2018 - Primary School




October 2018 - Primary School




October 2018 - Primary School




October 2018 - Primary School




June 2018 - Primary School




June 2018 - Primary School




April 2018 - Primary School




March 2018 - Primary School
Perfect for EYFS age children to get close to farm animals. We bought some animal food and they loved feeding the goats. You are not allowed to take school groups in the cafe to eat so we hired the Naturalist hut which was ideal to store our bags and eat lunch (Was a very chilly day in March) There are lots of picnic tables to eat at on warmer days. Plenty of hand washing facilities and toilets too. A lovely trip!



March 2018 - Primary School
Perfect for EYFS age children to get close to farm animals. We bought some animal food and they loved feeding the goats. You are not allowed to take school groups in the cafe to eat so we hired the Naturalist hut which was ideal to store our bags and eat lunch (Was a very chilly day in March) There are lots of picnic tables to eat at on warmer days. Plenty of hand washing facilities and toilets too. A lovely trip!



February 2018 - Primary School




February 2018 - Primary School