Spring Life Cycle of the Frogs
Stage1: At the start of the life cycle, the frogs mate in the farms wildlife pond. This happens only once a year and attracts up to 200 frogs. A spectacle worth watching!
Stage 2: The frogs spawn is laid in the farm pond and the frogs return to their habitats around the farm.
Stage 4: The early stage of the development of the tadpole.
The Farm is heavily used as an educational resource by pre-school groups, schools, special needs groups and a diverse range of agencies and organisations working with young people.
For further information and bookings please call Chris Heath 020 7916 5421. School bookings are £2 per person.
The Farm would like to thank City Bridge Trust for their ongoing support of our education programme.
The Health & Safety Executive provide information regarding farm visits for schools. Please ensure you read the supplementary pages titled 'Advice to teachers and others who organise visits for children' before bringing your group.
View a wonderful short film about the farm made by Media Trust in partnership with City Bridge.