Secondary CPD Training

Primary school food teaching support

Useful documents to support food lessons, e.g. framework of knowledge and skills, risk assessment template

BNF Primary school Schemes of Work

BNF Scheme of Work to support cooking and nutrition teaching

Year 1

Scheme of Work and resources for pupils aged 5-6 years

Year 2

Scheme of Work and resources for pupils aged 6-7 years

Year 3

Scheme of Work and resources for pupils aged 7-8 years

Year 4

Scheme of Work and resources for pupils aged 8-9 years

Year 5

Scheme of Work and resources for pupils aged 9-10 years

Year 6

Scheme of Work and resources for pupils aged 10-11 years

Secondary CPD Training

Details and resources from the secondary training events.

Year 7

Year 7 Scheme of Work

Year 8

Year 8 Scheme of Work

Year 9

Year 9 Scheme of Work

An exciting opportunity to become a trainer for Food - a fact of life

Food – a fact of life Personal Professional Development Training Network

The Food – a fact of life Personal Professional Development Training Network is a small scale pilot food and nutrition training programme focusing on secondary schools. It is a new initiative from the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) and the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).

Food – a fact of life (FFL) is looking for 6-8 experienced, practising secondary teachers to join the FFL Personal Professional Development (PPD) Training Network and support the programme as local trainers. Teachers should have a keen interest in, and passion for, food education and want to support the needs of other local teachers, becoming a key local figure to champion food education.

Benefits to you

• Training and support from BNF and AHDB.

• Funding for the training materials, ingredients and refreshments.

• A small honoraria for running the training.

• Development of your own PPD as a trainer.

• Experience in training, useful for your CV and future career (performance management).

• Recognition from BNF and AHDB as a FFL Network Trainer, as well as the wider food teaching community.

Benefits for your school

• Access to free training.

• Support for whole school food issues.

• Evidence to support school’s commitment to pupil health and wellbeing.

• Collaboration with other schools.

• Recognition of your school at a local and national level.

Further information and an application form can be found below:



Food Teachers Centre Face to Face 29 June 2018

BNF ran two sessions at the Food Teachers Centre Face to Face covering Nutritional needs of specific groups and Current issues in food science and nutrition. The PowerPoint presentations and active learning resources used are below:




D&T Association Summer School July 2017

BNF ran a session at the D&T Association Summer School in July 2017 which focused on Developing your KS3 for success. The session included a nutrition update, active learning (including food science), lesson planning and progression.



Following the change to the Eatwell Guide, the KS3 and GCSE practical skills charts have been updated.



Food Teachers Centre GCSE Food Launch, 16 & 17 October 2015

BNF ran a training session at the Food Teachers Centre GCSE Food Launch called ‘Nutrition and Food Choice for GCSE’. The event used the following materials:

 



Design and Technology Association Summer School, July 2015

BNF ran a training session at the Design and Technology Association Summer School called 'Applying Nutrition Through Active Learning'. The event used the following PowerPoints: 



Enhancing food teaching, March 2015

The secondary training event used the following materials:



NC Training 2014

With the introduction of new food, cooking and nutrition aspects of the National Curriculum in England from September 2014, BNF ran a series of training events to support schools.

The secondary training events used the following materials:






    Goldsmiths university initial teacher training conference 2018

    BNF ran a session at Goldsmiths University on Food in the National Curriculum including some interactive, active learning tasks.