Teaching resources

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.

First-hand experience of where food comes from First-hand experience of where food comes from
Resource: Case study Age: Secondary
Dereham Neatherd High School in Norfolk believes that visiting a working farm is the most effective way to teach children about where food ...

Raising the self-esteem of vulnerable pupils Raising the self-esteem of vulnerable pupils
Resource: Case study Age: Secondary
At Brook Green Centre for Learning, a secondary school in Plymouth for pupils with moderate learning or behavioural issues or social disadv...

Food education can equal a career, a new skill and a social experience Food education can equal a "career, a new skill and a social experience"
Resource: Case study Age: Secondary
Fast food and hyped up – or lethargic – teenagers belong in history lessons at Archbishop Ilsley Catholic Technology College, a Bronze and ...

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.

Templates to assist with activities from the Food for Life Partnership Food Growing Manual
Resource: PDF Age: All
Templates 1-9 including Event checklist, Health and Safety Audit and Recording growing skills.

Food for Life Partnership award application forms and guidance
Resource: PDF Age: All
Download the Food for Life Partnership application forms to apply for the Bronze, Silver or Gold award. The example application forms are t...

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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