Jacqui Keepin shares some tips in her second article on boosting pupil performance which covers transition and progression across the 11-14 and 14-16 age phases.
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In 2020, six BNF Education Awards will be given to secondary school teachers from around the UK (with a background in nutrition, food technology, science or home economics) who have consistently championed food and nutrition education.
Get ready for the new school year with the My Dashboard tool on the Food - a fact of life website.
Find out more about how the recent pandemic has had an influence on the way we eat and the effects of lockdown for consumers.
BNF Healthy Eating Week @ Home, a virtual event, will take place 22-28th June, aiming to encourage people of all ages to take part in a range of key health challenges, increasing their knowledge of healthy eating and wellbeing, the benefits of physical activity and cooking.
Farming Fortnight an initiative from LEAF Education is fast approaching 1st-12th June 2020, so now is a great time for primary and secondary schools to have a focus on farming and food production to learn more about where their food comes from.
Memory retrieval is an important factor in boosting pupil performance. Find out how you can help your pupils retrieve the information they need from their long-term memory, when completing tasks, activities and examinations.
Our most recent conference was the National food and nutrition education conference in London. If you were not able to make it, you can still find all of the resources below.
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