Programs for School Groups

We offer unique and tailored programs to primary and high school students with a focus on social and emotional development, and a skill focus relevant to life on a cattle station. Programs remain flexible and can be tailored to the needs of the school, investor and individual aspirations of the learners engaging in the program.





Wolverton Station.


Available now.


Group session.

About this workshop

Through working with horses and/or cattle and communicating with them, learners develop a sensitivity to their body language, thus leading to a better understanding of non-verbal communication in each other, and themselves. The programs are tailored to group needs with a focus on building awareness of themselves and others, learning and understanding relationships, as well as identifying thoughts and feelings.

The experience uses horses and/or cattle as the centre of a personalised journey promoting self-discovery, growth and relationships. This program is about engaging in a relationship with the animals and their team, developing self-awareness and participating in reflective practices to strengthen the capability of the learner.

Group of workshop participants walking dirt road with horses
Quick Facts
  • All experiences are ‘ground based’ and no prior horse understanding or riding is necessary
  • Safety guidelines are offered at the beginning of each session with full supervision provided
  • Emma offers programs for one-day visits or residential stays on the working cattle station
  • Swift FNQ is fully covered for Public Indemnity and Public Liability, with a certificate of currency available on request
  • A summary of the program outcomes will be provided to the school or centre on completion
2023 Dates

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Contact us.

Wolverton is a special place, a healing place and a loving place. Somewhere where I can retreat and gain self confidence and self belief with the help of Emma and her family who make me feel extremely welcomed and part of their family while staying at the station.  We did various activities with the animals that helped me connect with myself and understand the relationships humans and animals can have together and the positive effect it has on my mental health.  Emma showed us what life is like on a station and how to maintain it as well as nurture and love our surroundings. Emma teaches us to become strong young woman who believe in their self worth and help us to grow into women that the world needs.”


2021 Participant

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