Are you currently planning support for your pupils around the NEA2 tasks for 2023/24? If so, don’t forget that we have plenty of resources on Food – a fact of life to help!
After receiving an enthusiastic response to our new Food Curriculum Roadmaps from teacher Jo Worthington, we decided to ask Jo to tell us a bit more about why she likes the Roadmaps and how she is using them in school. Here's what she said!
Discover 5 educational ways to celebrate the harvest festival. Teachers can engage students through hands on activities, exploring global traditions, using literature and the arts, and cooking with seasonal ingredients. Connecting with the local community by visiting farms or organising community events can also help to enrich learning for children.
Are you currently planning support for your pupils around the NEA1 tasks for 2023/24? If so, don’t forget that we have plenty of resources on Food – a fact of life to help!
Here are some top tips for you to pass onto your pupils’ parents and carers to make healthy eating easier as they get back into the school routine this September.
Food - a fact of life's brand new Roadmaps are the perfect addition to your classroom. Covering Healthy eating, Cooking and Where food comes from, for pupils of all ages, the Roadmaps serve as a guide to teachers and pupils through their learning journeys.
With busy primary teachers in mind, Food – a fact of life has created six food projects, one for each year of primary school. Each project delivers learning about healthy eating, cooking and where food comes from, in an exciting food context!
The team at Food – a fact of life has been busy putting together new additions to our 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.
National Careers Week 6th-11th March 2023
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