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.
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.
Find your fibre fortune this February with our brand new fibre resources.
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
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 ...
Find out more about FFL training and in particular our recent Food and nutrition education in Scotland conference.
Four key trends to help you understand the consumer and the influences on their diet and health choices.
The power of digital communications to inspire, engage and educate young people about an everchanging and diverse agricultural industry.
This guide sets out to provide direction on teaching food and nutrition across the UK that was, in the past, often passed on through experienced teachers, local authority advisers and other experts.
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