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Supporting primary and secondary pupils studying at home

Are you looking for resources to support your pupils studying at home? FFL has a wide range of free, downloadable and editable resource to help.

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Careers in Agriculture

Have your students thought about growing and producing food as a career? Agriculture is one of the most exciting and innovative industries to work in and provides a wide range of career opportunities.

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Quick bread buns - a great way to make bread in under an hour!

Making bread is a simple way for pupils to learn about the functions of the ingredients used and apply this to a product that is easily made in the practical classroom.

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A-level food - have your say

In 2015, the decision was taken that A-levels in food technology and home economics would not continue in England. We are investigating any impact that removal of A-level ‘food (food technology and home economics) may have had on schools and students.

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#FibreFebruary resources

Find your fibre fortune this February with our brand new fibre resources.

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Grow Your Own Potatoes

Join UK Primary Schools around the country and learn all about potatoes: how they grow, where they come from and how potatoes fit into a healthy balanced diet. Registrations extended

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Healthy schools rating scheme

The healthy schools rating scheme is a voluntary scheme for primary and secondary schools in England - let's find out how Food - a fact of life can support ...

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Food - a fact of life training has a real impact!

Find out more about FFL training and in particular our recent Food and nutrition education in Scotland conference.

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Consumer insight - food-to-go

Four key trends to help you understand the consumer and the influences on their diet and health choices.

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