Teaching resources

Crop to crumble Crop to crumble
Resource: Film Age: KS1, KS2 Subject links: Geography, PSHE, science
Meet Kelly. She is a VERY inquisitive cow and wants to know all about her food; well a blackberry and apple crumble to be precise. Watch ou...

One Planet Food: Teachers Activity Pack One Planet Food: Teachers' Activity Pack
Resource: PDF Age: KS2, KS3 Subject links: Citizenship, geography, PSHE, science
The award-winning One Planet Food film addresses the true impact of food and farming on the environment and food sourcing.

*NEW!* Get on my land activities
Resource: PDF Subject links: Farm Links
These include: Food Chain Games, Scavenger Hunt, The Germination Game, Hungry Birds, Meet a Tree, Nature's Pallette, Sound Maps, Texture Co...

Taking care of dinner Taking care of dinner
Resource: Film Age: Secondary
This short film gives a short introduction to the key differences between animal welfare standards on intensive and organic farms for: Chic...

Eating to save the planet Eating to save the planet
Resource: Film Age: Secondary
This short film outlines the impact that food and farming have on our planet, and provides ways in which we can change our purchasing habit...

Stuffed Stuffed
Resource: Website Age: Secondary
'Stuffed' sets out debates about the future of food, for students to explore the issues surrounding how our food is produced and what impac...

Sustainable fish
Resource: Web links Age: Secondary
Find out about sustainable fishing with links to short films, certification information and purchasing guides.

Information : Fairtrade
Resource: Web links Age: Secondary
Find out more about Fairtrade and what it means using a range of resources from films to information sheets with facts and figures.

Walking the talk - Taking pupils to a local farm on foot Walking the talk - Taking pupils to a local farm on foot
Resource: Case study Age: Primary
Takeley Primary School in Hertfordshire takes around 60 of its pupils to the local organic farm via the public footpaths. A mile and a half...

Information sheet: Pesticides and fertilisers
Resource: PDF Age: KS3, KS4
Discusses how organic systems use alternatives to the chemical controls of non-organic farming by increasing biodiversity and soil fertilty...

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