Education Officer

  • Company: The Warrner School Farm
  • Closing Date: 29-02-2024
  • Location: Bloxham, Oxfordshire
  • Salary: £26873 pro rata
  • Hours: Permanent
  • Contact Title: Recruitment Officer
  • Contact Name: Recruitment O
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  • How to Apply: For more information and to apply:


As a consistently oversubscribed, expanding school we are seeking to appoint a Farm Education officer. Working closely with the education coordinator you will assist and deliver external/internal outreach sessions, work with the farm team in organising and representing the farm at events on site.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for outdoor learning and raising awareness of environmental issues. A willingness to work outside in all weathers with age groups from toddlers to adults and ensuring sessions are linked to nature and the natural processes.

This post is paid at Salary Grade 7 points 13-17 £26,873 pro rata (Actual salary £18,520) working 25.5hrs over 3 days a week and occasional weekends to meet the needs of the business (weekends to be paid by separate casual claim)


About us: 

The Warriner School Farm covers an area of 47 hectares (116 acres) and has a mixture of livestock and crop enterprises. Along with well-equipped teaching and learning facilities and highly experienced teaching staff, the farm offers the following:

  • A suckler herd of pedigree Dexter cattle
  • A flock of 70 breeding Lleyn ewes, plus our two tups, and 1 wether called Barney, who is a much-loved member of our farm! Keep an eye out in early spring for our annual lambing events…
  • A pig unit where we rear piglets from a local breeder as stores for meat production
  • A flock of laying hens which produce beautiful eggs in a range of colours, available for purchase through the school
  • A small herd of breeding goats. The goat kids are an adorable feature on the farm every spring, before being weaned and sold on in the summer
  • Two small donkeys, christened Pablo and Matilda, who provide students with the chance to learn about equine behaviour and handling
  • A small animal unit comprising rabbits, guinea pigs, corn snakes, and Dylan the bearded dragon
  • A kennel facility, where staff may board their dogs during the day. They are then exercised by the students who attend our daily lunchtime Farm Club