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Peterhouse Church of England Primary academy has its own school farm, on site. The farm was established in late 2015 early 2016 by a dedicated team of staff with the help and support of our parents. The aim of our school farm is to inspire our students with their work. We also want children to have the chance to  have experience they wouldn't normally have and to see that there are many and varied interests they can have.

We have been hatching our own chickens who are now living on the farm.
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Easter 2016 will see our first animals arriving, 3 Pgymy goats! All the children are very excited for their arrival and we are looking forward to taking them out for walks when they are old enough. Following on from this in April/May time we will have a couple of Kune Kune pigs arriving. 
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The goats have grown a lot since we went to the farm to choose them!
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Scott Sheds over at Costessey we kind enough to work with our to design and build animal enclosure. It was a bespoke design which they were able to bring to life.
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Many thanks go to all the parents and staff who have helped on various work days to get the project up and running.
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The school also has a double decker bus which will be converted into a classroom. This conversion should start in September 2016. A plan of the conversion can be found below.
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If you would like to know more about the project or think you can help in any way, please ring the school office or email:  farm.peterhouse@gmail.com
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