National Garden Scheme Open Day Sunday 23 June.Click here for further details and tickets.

Schools & Learning

The Learning Hub is headed up by Kerry Rice, Education Officer for St Aubyn Estates.

Based at St Michael’s Mount, Kerry leads the educational programme on the Mount with plans to establish an outdoor learning strategy across the entire Estate. Working with schools and community groups across West Cornwall, the programme is designed to engage children and young people in creative and collaborative experiences that bring the history of the island and its locality to life.

The Learning Hub is funded by the St Aubyn Foundation, a charitable programme that supports initiatives in West Cornwall that make a difference to the local community. All pre-booked Cornish schools, can visit St Michael’s Mount for free.

Plan your visit

Kerry will support teachers and group leaders to plan visits and tours, helping create links to the National Curriculum and providing relevant teaching resources.

Contact for a step-by-step guide to a sucessful school visit.

Further resources and story-telling:

Queen Victoria’s Diary Entry

Getting here: grants for school transport

Cornwall Heritage Trust may give financial support for transport to enable schools to make visits to heritage sites or undertake visits which have a purpose of developing awareness and appreciation of Cornish heritage.

Learn more about CHT transport grants

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