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What it does
  • Jamie’s Farm acts as a catalyst for change, enabling disadvantaged young people to thrive academically, socially and emotionally. We do this through a unique residential experience and rigourous follow-up programme, combining farming, family and therapy
Who works here
  • 23 employees and 75 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
Sector(s) covered
  • Education/training
  • The Advancement Of Health Or Saving Of Lives
  • Animals
  • Environment/conservation/heritage
Where it operates
  • Throughout England And Wales
UN SDGs:
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Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
28/02/2018 £1,809,937 £1,768,570 £41,367 3 23 75 12/12/2018
28/02/2017 £2,746,391 £1,432,402 £1,313,989 £4,971,387 13 16 150 19/10/2017
28/02/2016 £3,329,077 £1,170,829 £2,158,248 £3,657,398 11 15 200 13/10/2016
28/02/2015 £1,048,973 £917,075 £131,898 £1,499,150 -8 10 200 12/11/2015
28/02/2014 £778,805 £621,903 £156,902 £1,367,252 -3 8 200 16/07/2014
28/02/2013 £1,078,605 £582,397 £496,208 £1,210,350 -10 7 113 17/12/2013
28/02/2012 £597,854 £453,577 £144,277 £714,142 4 120 21/12/2012
28/02/2011 £849,618 £340,717 £508,901 £569,865 3 4 100 27/01/2012
28/02/2010 £222,058 £161,094 £60,964 14/07/2011
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 8 grant making charities totalling £883,000

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£150,000
31/10/2018
Garfield Weston Foundation Capital Redevelopment Costs at Jamie's Farm Lewes
£400,000
31/01/2018
Esmee Fairbairn Towards the provision of core revenue support for the organisation while it expands and doubles its capacity.
£90,000
31/01/2018
Dulverton Trust Core operational costs
£10,000
30/11/2016
Wiltshire Community Foundation Jamie’s Farm enable disadvantaged children (aged 11-16) to thrive academically, socially and emotionally through a unique one-week residential and rigorous follow-up programme, combining ‘Farming, Family and Therapy'. Funding was to support salary costs.
£15,000
15/11/2016
The EQ Foundation Big Give Christmas Challenge
£78,000
29/02/2016
The Blagrave Trust To transform the lives of vulnerable urban children through a unique programme of ?family, farming and therapy?
£25,000
31/10/2015
Tudor Trust over one year as continuation funding towards the CEO's salary at an organisation providing residential therapeutic farm stays for young people from urban areas in Wales and the South West
£70,000
20/05/2014
LandAid Charitable Trust Funding of renovation to create a second Jamie's Farm site in Herefordshire, including the provision of accommodation for 12 young people and the conversion of a barn which will be the main communal space with a kitchen and mezzanine to accommodate 50 people for meals and theuraputic sessions.
£45,000
11/02/2014
LandAid Charitable Trust Repeat funding of renovation to create a second Jamie's Farm site in Herefordshire, including the provision of accommodation for 12 young people and the conversion of a barn which will be the main communal space with a kitchen and mezzanine to accommodate 50 people for meals and theuraputic sessions.
How effective is it?
Jamie’s Farm programme

Description: Jamie’s Farm uniquely combines farming, family and therapy into a 5-day residential with a focus on giving children time and space to reflect, to renew and determine a new path for themselves. We do this by creating an environment where they feel respected, and are given opportunities to display their talents and show responsibility

Objectives: Disadvantaged children are better equipped to thrive in education and see their futures more positively

Outputs Outcomes
01/03/2017-28/02/2018
1148 Children attended residential farms during the academic year58% Of those at risk of permanent exclusion were no longer at risk six months after visiting
53% Displayed improved behaviour six months after visiting
66% Displayed improved engagement six months after visiting
63% Displayed improved self-esteem six months after visiting
80% Of those referred for increased attainment showed an increase six months after visiting
01/03/2016-28/02/2017
850 Children attended residential farms during the academic year 82% of pupils no longer at risk of permanent exclusion, 49% significantly improved their behaviour, 65% significantly improved engagement with school in their attendance and attainment, 60% significantly improved self-esteem
Jamie’s Farm Continuing Professional Development opportunities

Description: Jamie’s Farm staff train the farm methodology within the school context, offering Continuing Professional Development opportunities to teachers

Objectives: Education professionals benefit from Jamie's Farm training within a school context

Outputs Outcomes
01/03/2016-28/02/2017
459 Teachers were trained by Jamie's Farm staff within the school context100% Teachers noted that Jamie's Farm staff were professional and skilled
Documents
Theory of Change - Diagram Impact report Download Document
Jamie's Farm Annual Review and Financial Statements 2017 Financial Statements Download Document
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Governance
Trustees (6)
Main office

HILL HOUSE FARM
DITTERIDGE
BOX
CORSHAM
SN13 8QA

Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 1129544
  • First registered on 12/05/2009
Objectives

TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF AND HELP YOUNG PEOPLE BY PROVIDING SUPPORT, ACTIVITIES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ACHIEVEMENT WHICH DEVELOP THEIR SKILLS, CAPACITIES AND CAPABILITIES TO ENABLE THEM TO ADVANCE IN LIFE AND PARTICIPATE IN SOCIETY AND INDEPENDENT AS MATURE INDIVIDUALS.