Videos: Brilliant baking

Videos: Farming

See how crops and animals are farmed in the UK.

Where do my meals come from? (8-11 years)

Do you know where the food from your meals comes from?

Teachers' Guide

This is the main guide for Food and farming for children aged 8-11 years.

Videos: Cool creations

See how to make some recipes that do not need any cooking.

Key Fact 1

Food is produced all around the world.

Farm to fork challenge (8-11 years)

Do you know what happens to your food from the farm to your fork?

Videos: Hot and happening

See how to cook delicious hot meals.

Key Fact 2

Food is processed on different levels to make it edible and safe.

Cool creations

Non-cook recipes for the primary school classroom.

Videos: Brilliant baking

See how to bake a range of recipes.

Hot and happening

Recipes that involve the use of the grill or hob.

Brilliant baking

Baking recipe for the primary classroom.

Rhubarb and orange crumble

Rhubarb and orange crumble

Cut the rhubarb into chunks and arrange it in an ovenproof dish.

Next, top with the honey, chopped ginger, cinnamon, orange rind and juice.
 
Put the flour and low fat spread into the bowl, and rub-in.
Add the muesli and crushed biscuits, and stir everything together.
 
Sprinkle the crumble mixture over the top of the rhubarb and level out.

Wearing oven gloves, put the crumble into the hot oven.

Cook for 30 minutes, until the top is golden brown and the rhubarb is soft.

Wearing oven gloves, remove the crumble from the oven.

Rhubarb and orange crumble

In this demonstration you will see a fruit crumble being made.

Shortbread

In this demonstration you will see shortbread being made. This is a type of biscuit from Scotland.

Soda bread

In this demonstration you will see soda bread being made. This is a traditional bread from Northern Ireland.

Cornish Pasties

In this demonstration you will see Cornish pasties being made. This is a traditional dish from England (Cornwall).