Learning at Stoneywell
From little learners to university students, we create a memorable learning experience tailored to your study needs. We offer a variety of activities both inside and outside, which bring the cottage and its stories alive in ways that entertain and inspire you and your pupils.
Stoneywell provides students with the opportunity to explore local history, the Arts and Crafts Movement and to discover what life was like in a 1950s home. All of our activities can be tailored to suit your group's needs, making it a great place to bring students of all ages, from primary and secondary schools to colleges, universities and home educators.
Get the most out of your time at Stoneywell with:
- A guided tour of the cottage, which can be tailored to a specific topic of your choice. Please note group sizes are limited to twelve people per tour, including at least one adult.
- Umlimited time in the garden and woodland - for younger students why not try our general garden trail, or use the garden for inspiration for some artwork.
- A picnic on the tennis court.
- Our 1950s 'prop box' and tracker packs (available from 2017) to get hands-on with history and closer to nature.
If you're bringing a large group, or visit National Trust properties often, you may benefit from educational group membership which entitles education groups to free entry at most places cared for by the National Trust.
How to book
To enquire about educational visits to Stoneywell, please contact us on 01530 248040 (option 3) or email us. We ask that groups book at least a fortnight in advance.