Bring your school to the Royal Norfolk Show to give your students the opportunity to learn more about food, farming and the countryside in Norfolk!

Join us for an inspiring and educational day. Visit our Discovery Zone, the hub of interactive learning for young people, that combines food, farming and the countryside with STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths). Call in at the Rare Breeds Animal Farm to learn more about native breeds and conservation. Stop by the Woodland Area to take part in engaging activities and learn more about our countryside and don’t forget to visit the Broads Village to learn more about the Broads National Park and the unique ecology of this exciting habitat. New for 2023, we also have the STEMM Village which will will provide a platform to educate and inspire teenagers in how STEMM can help us address global challenges!

Our educational activities are organised in partnership with the Food and Farming Discovery Trust.

School bookings are now closed for 2023.

School Gardens Competition

Want to get your school involved with the Royal Norfolk Show? Why not take part in our School Gardens Competition!

Organised by the Food and Farming Discovery Trust, this is an exciting opportunity for school groups to get involved in the show. This opportunity is open to all schools and colleges. This year we have some exciting new changes to the competition with two options available to Schools wishing to exhibit in the Garden Village:

Wheelbarrow Display – You will be provided with a standard wheelbarrow which already contains soil ready for you to create your exhibit in.

School Garden – A 3m x 3m plot that will be prepared prior to your arrival with kickboards and filled with topsoil.

Applications will open in January.