FFL 30th Anniversary Conference - Food Education: Back to the Future?

On 13.11.2021, Food - a fact of life celebrated its 30th year with a virtual conference: 'Food education: Back to the future?'. The conference featured a wealth of excellent speakers from many different backgrounds and with many different, valuable opinions and ideas for how food education could change, heading into the future.

Video presentations from the Food education: Back to the future virtual conference

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Food education: Back to the future? (full conference)

A video of the Food education: Back to the future? conference, held on 13.11.21

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Food - a fact of life: 30 years and still having an impact - Video

Roy Ballam, Gill Fine and Stephanie Valentine look back on 30 years of Food - a fact of life

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Address from HRH The Princess Royal

Our Patron, HRH The Princess Royal, gives a brief address at the Food - a fact of life anniversary

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Henry Dimbleby MBE Keynote Speech

Henry Dimbleby MBE gives his opinion on the National Food Strategy and food education in schools.

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Building capacity for teacher development and future education

Louise Davies from the Food Teachers Centre presents at Food education: Back to the future?

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How to teach children where food comes from - get gardening! - Video

Dr Emma Surman and Haydn Bettles present on gardening in schools at the conference on 13.11.21

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Healthier and more sustainable diets - Video

Dr Simon Steenson presents on healthier and more sustainable diets - 13.11.21

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Tasty Careers

Louise Cairns talks about the Tasty Careers initiative at Food education: Back to the future?

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How to engage young people around food - Video

A video from Ben Ebbrell of SORTEDfood from the Food education: Back to the future? conference

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What makes good quality food education? - Video

Frances Meek (BNF) presents at Food education: Back to the future? conference on 13.11.21

Presentations from the Conference

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Food - a fact of life: 30 years and still having an impact

Roy Ballam - British Nutrition Foundation

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What makes good quality food education?

Frances Meek - British Nutrition Foundation

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How to teach children where food comes from - get them gardening!

Dr Emma Surman - University of Birmingham Dr Lindsay Hamilton - University of York

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Armitage C.E. Primary School Allotment

Haydn Bettles - Armitage C.E. Primary School

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Healthier and more sustainable diets

Dr Simon Steenson - British Nutrition Foundation

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How to Engage Young People Around Food

Ben Ebbrell - SORTEDfood

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