A summary of a survey carried out on the impact of the removal of A-level 'food'.
A jacket potato can suit everyone's requirements and creating your own filling can be an exciting process. Here's a great lunchtime challenge for students who are still learning from home.
We all need to increase the amount of fibre in our diet. This article provide ideas for ways in which you and your pupils can be ‘fibre heroes’ this February. There’s a challenge for this February ‘21, as well as a range of resources to support remote learning at this time.
Gourmet Burger Builder is an interactive activity which challenges pupils to get creative and produce their very own gourmet lamb or beef with a personalised step-by-step recipe to cook at home.
For teachers, pupils and parents/carers, a return to remote learning at the start of 2021 brings with it plenty of challenges! If you are looking for resources, ideas and tips to support remote learning, then look no further, Food – a fact of life (FFL) has ideas and resources to support the great work teachers are doing at this time!
How can we help young children accept different vegetables more readily?
The Characteristics document and course are available on the Food – a fact of life website. Why not take a look now and share these with colleagues?
Do your students have a clear idea about their career journey and what they would like to do in the future? Our new career poster and supporting case studies will help showcase the opportunities in food.
The team at Food – a fact of life has been busy putting together a series of Knowledge organisers for both primary and secondary schools. If you are looking for resources to support pupil learning in class or to use as a revision aid, these Knowledge organisers are ideal.
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