Jane Quicke is the 15th generation of her family to come back and work on their dairy farm. She has experience right through the process from checking the grass is growing well, to milking the cows, cheese making and selling the cheese to the end customers.
Before coming back to the family business, Jane was a secondary school science teacher and has experience teaching practical cheese making in the classroom.
Join Jane to find out how cheese is made on their farm in Devon and how soft cheese can be made in the classroom.
This workshop would be useful for trainee, new and more experienced secondary teachers across the UK.
• Traditional cheese making at Quicke’s farm in Devon.
• A typical day in the cheese dairy.
• Each of the stages of making cheese.
• The factors that are important and influence the taste of the finished product.
• Simple steps to making cheese in the classroom.
• Links to Food – a fact of life resources.
• Suggestions for sources of information.
• Develop your knowledge of cheese making and share hints and tips with your pupils.
• Opportunity to ask questions of Jane about cheese making.
• Discover a simple way to make cheese in the classroom.
• Signposts to free editable resources for use in the classroom will be highlighted.
• Sources of further 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.
Trainee, new and more experienced secondary teachers across the UK.
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