Learning

Out and about © David Levenson, National Trust

Out and about

Make learning fun

There's a lot to do at the Clergy House, whether you're a formal learning group or a family looking for activities to do on your day out.

This page gives you an idea of some of the activities that are available for you to take part in on your visit.

For more information, please call 01323 871961 or email us.
 

Things to do on your day out

  • A fun bag for children to borrow to help explore the Clergy House © NT/Holly Jones

    Bags of fun

    Children can borrow a fun bag to make their visit even more enjoyable. Contents vary but can include a sensory trail around the garden, colouring, puzzles and skipping ropes. What will you find in your bag?

  • Can you find me and my batty friends around the Clergy House? © NT/Holly Jones

    Bat spotting

    The real bats that live in the Clergy House will be asleep in the day time, but you can still look out for our larger, cuddlier variety that are around day and night. How many will you see?

  • Dressing up clothes for kids at Alfriston Clergy House © NT/Holly Jones

    Dress as a servant or a lord?

    Discover what's in the dressing up box. As a servant you could take the bread out of the oven to serve his lordship at the high table in the great hall.

Primary school children getting interactive on a school visit © David Levenson

Primary school children getting interactive on a school visit

School visits

The Clergy House has many layers of history and can offer exciting learning opportunities for students of all ages. The house, garden and surrounding area offer many opportunities for cross-curricular learning. Workshops can be led by the property or the teacher. Call 01323 871961 or email us to find out more.

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