Join Georgine and Ewen for a webinar on ways to engage with pupils from different cultural backgrounds.
The UK consists of a diverse population with roots from all across the globe. Building awareness of respective food cultures helps us to understand the culinary history and importance of the wide range of foods that have become increasingly available. Exploring different flavours, ingredients and cooking techniques can help boost confidence in the kitchen, which can underpin a healthy, varied diet. This also supports an inclusive classroom, where food becomes a common language and shared experience for students.
This webinar is part of the British Nutrition Foundation's work around a future food education and the Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of the All Saints Educational Trust.
- Diets of ‘minority ethnic groups’ in the UK, what should we take note of?
- What is a traditional diet, and what are traditional foods? How do they fit into our everyday food culture?
- How can we engage with pupils from different cultural backgrounds during food lessons?
- Examples of how The Eatwell Guide can be adapted to different food cultures.
- Links to Food – a fact of life resources, including an interactive activity.
- Suggestions for further reading and sources of information.
- Learn about the key aspects of traditional diets and the culinary importance of ‘world foods’.
- Build confidence in engaging with students from different cultural backgrounds and delivering lessons using a range of ingredients and cooking techniques.
- Opportunity to share your experience in delivering food sessions that involve ‘world foods’.
- Signposts to free editable resources for use in the classroom will be highlighted.
- Sources of further support and information will be made available.
- A certificate of attendance will be provided – useful as evidence for your professional development and performance management.
- The webinar supports the Food teaching in primary and secondary schools: a framework of knowledge and skills– backed by government.
UK trainee and practising teachers across all phases.
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