What programmes are on offer?
The range of existing buildings and archaeological evidence left
by earlier inhabitants enable the Learning team to run a varied
programme of education sessions in different formats for a variety
of key stages from foundation to A level. Sessions are based
in the Parkland, Old Hall, Mansion and the 1940s working farm.
We offer a series of living history programmes; site tours
around the historic properties; themed study tours for younger
visitors; Hands-on history days which are essentially activity
based; Environmental days with the Rangers team and Literature
sessions for secondary schools.
In relation to purely historical context Tatton’s education
sessions link in with study for Victorians, Tudor, Anglo Saxon,
Viking, Medieval and World War Two. Most sessions do have
cross curricular links to drama, literacy, numeracy, geography,
science and design technology.
Tatton Park Charitable Trust Subsidised Coach Scheme 2013
At Tatton, we believe that every young person should experience
the world outside the classroom as an essential part of learning
and personal development, whatever their age, ability or
Many schools find that they are unable to
attend our education programmes due to the additional cost of coach
travel, which places the visit out of their budget range. With the
generous support of the Tatton Park Charitable Trust, we run a
Subsidised Coach Scheme, where schools who may find the costs
prohibitive and have not taken part in a Tatton Education Programme
before, can apply for funding towards the cost of coach transport
to one of our Education Programmes.
If you think you may be eligible for the
Subsidised Coach Scheme, or would like any further information,
please contact the Tatton Learning Department on 01625 374 428 or