School Resources

We are currently updating our free teaching resources designed for teachers and group leaders to use while visiting the attraction and 2018 editions will be uploaded below soon.

All the activities provide links to the Key Stage 1 & Key Stage 2 National Curriculum and QCA schemes of work where relevant and we have an additional booklet focussed at the Early Years and the Foundation Stage.  Whether your school follows established schemes of work or is working towards a creative approach to the curriculum these activities have been designed to support learners in developing skills in communication, group work and creative thinking as well as being great fun.  Each self-guided activity includes pre-visit exercises and ideas for follow up work back at school.

Although these resources are aimed at Primary School aged children they could easily be adapted to suit older or younger children.  For older children, the World of Beatrix Potter is an ideal case study for leisure, tourism, art and local area or contrasting locality studies.

By providing us with your intended aims and objectives and current topics of study when booking, we may be able to suggest further ideas, talks or workshops to enhance your visit.

Birthday Parties

Take the hassle out of organising your child’s birthday party and have a fun day to remember in a completely unique setting with a VIP appearance from the most famous Rabbit in the world!

Tea Room

The Beatrix Potter™ themed tea room is a family friendly cafe with fabulous home-made cakes, scones and soup, not forgetting the Peter Rabbit™ picnic basket.  There’s something for everyone!


Browse for souvenirs in our famous Beatrix Potter shop and take a little bit of Potter magic home with you.  You can also shop online before you visit, or pop in our boutique Nursery shop, just outside the Attraction.

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