Education at Kingsmead
 

We have a particular interest in complementary education alongside formal learning.  We have students who ride weekly as part of their school week and can also offer work experience to complement their education, we also provide regular riding for a number of children who are educated out of school.

 

We can assist pupils with the riding element of their PE GCSE and we have a number of young people doing their Duke of Edinburgh Awards (volunteering and skills elements).

 
We work closely with a number of local schools, we can offer a range of activities tailored to suit primary or secondary students whether it is a one off event or a weekly session.
 
We can support children with complex needs, behavioural problems as well as those wishing to undertake equine related training and qualifications. 
 
Riding at Kingsmead can be therapeutic, recreational or part of the physical education curriculum.
 
There is something for everyone...
  • Therapeutic lane riding
  • Structured lessons
  • ABRS progressive awards
  • Natural Horsemanship
  • Pony Club Awards
  • School Visits
  • Apprenticeships
  • Equine Assisted Learning
Programmes also open to youth organisation & clubs

Please contact the Office for more details

Living as a herd

Herd life is important for horses; we have at least three herds here at Kingsmead. Come and enjoy watching the horses interact.

​Caring for the horses

We pride ourselves on knowing the horses and will tailor their work accordingly. Horses enjoy a variety of activites to suit their personalities.

Meeting  their needs

Our horses get individual care. They are seen  by the vet, the farrier, the osteopath and the equine dentist when needed.

A horse for everyone​

Our smallest pony is 8hh and are largest horse is 17.3hh; we have some steady cobs and some more energetic warmbloods.

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