The purpose of RHET is to bring farming and the working countryside and its practices to life for young people.FIND OUT MORE
RHET in partnership with QMS have developed a new teaching resource aimed at secondary school teachers. The resource consists of three parts and is available for free on request. Each part is also available to download.Find out more
Previously Farmhouse Breakfast Week, Shake Up Your Wake Up events are no longer a week-long event in January but a year-round initiative led by AHDB. Click the button below to find where the next event near you is.Find out more
We visited a farm in West Lothian for a year to find out what it's like to be an arable farmer in Scotland. Check out these videos and more by clicking the button below.Find out more
A number of RHET areas run potato growing projects throughout the academic year. These projects are highly successful and result in a wide range of academic benefits.Find out more
"Experiences like this are so important for young students particularly those from city areas. Nothing compares to the real ‘hands on’ experiences provided by true experts. An incredibly worthwhile venture."
Gerry Coyle, St Vincent’s Primary School
Bus trips to farms, events and the Royal Highland Show.
School groups engaged in the School Programes throughout Scotland.
Classroom talks have been delivered to school children.
Wellies visited farms right across Scotland.
School children attend Farm Visits.
The following websites belong to organisations working with RHET, carrying out similar work to RHET, or that produce educational resources relating to food and farming that may be of interest to educators.