Our School Farm is open for sales 9-12 Sat and Sun.
We have stocks of eggs, frozen lamb, mutton, pork, pork sausages and burgers, lamb sausages, turkey and fantastic family roasting chickens.
Freezer packs of whole or half animals are £4.50/kg for pork and £6.50/kg for lamb. Can be made up to fit a budget figure.
Smaller taster packs are available which contain a selection of joints plus sausages. Should be £25.00- £30.00.
We have the usual selection of joints, sausages and burgers for sale….including lamb burgers and sausages.
We have some rare breed....flavour crossed with Saddleback to limit fat.
Crackling to fight over.
High end for economical price.
Our Middle White breed has just been endorsed by James Martin on TV
All produced on our school farm as part of our students learning and curriculum. Reared outdoors wherever possible. We adhere to much better welfare practices than the legal requirements. From birth to bag we are in control of everyone that looks after them and processes them.
Where else can you buy food that has taught children work skills, professional skills and soft skills while enjoying themselves?
We are aware that some parents have received suspicious emails from what appear to be Stratton email addresses. This is the result of a phishing/spam email that has been spreading around many companies, councils and schools around the country over the past week, which we are investigating. These emails may appear to be about legitimate topics. However, the content usually just contains a blue button in the centre of the email with ‘Display message’.
We wanted to inform you of this - and to urge you to be extremely vigilant about any emails you may receive from what appears to be Stratton Upper School staff or students, or indeed other organisations. If you are in any doubt about its legitimacy, please do not click on the links and delete the message.
What could the phishing email look like? The email could be unique to the recipient, with different senders each time, and its title may relate to the school or organisation. There is generally no other text in the email, other than a blue link button, saying ‘Display message’:
This link redirects you to automatically log into your email account and can then send out further phishing emails to your contacts.
If you’ve received an email like this, delete the message - do not click the link.
Do not click on any links or open any unexpected attachments. If you think you have received this email or another suspected phishing email, or if you are concerned you have clicked on a suspicious link, please delete the email and reset your email password.