Keep your primary and secondary pupils engaged when working from home with our interactive resources! We have memory games, interactive videos, click and drag games and other interactive activities which explore cooking, where food comes from and healthy eating. As examples, for Healthy Eating 11-14 years, click here and for Cooking 7-11 years, click here.
Are the claims made about the health benefits of fermented foods merely hype or does evidence support their healthy reputation? Find out in the latest British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) webinar, which will run from 1-2pm on 1 July. For more information, or to register, click here
Work on your own CPD during lockdown with our webinar recordings and online courses. Choose from our 30 minutes online webinars that look at healthy eating, cooking and where food comes from or register for our free courses! To view all of our past webinars, click here. To register for our online training courses, click here
We have mapped the new RSE and Health Education curriculum (England), that relate to food and nutrition, against the Science and D&T: Cooking and nutrition national curricula, as well as the Core Competences for children and young people. To view the mapping charts for primary and secondary schools, click here. There will also be a webinar coming soon.
How much do your primary pupils know about the ‘farm to fork’ journeys of fruit and vegetables? If you are looking for resources to support learning around where fruit and vegetables come from, take a look at our farm to fork presentations. These presentations and videos explore many different fruit and vegetables. To view these resources, click here.
With the current interest in home baking, we’ve created a new activity pack all about bread. The pack has been designed to support the teaching and learning around its history, production and uses. There are a range of worksheets, games and more in the pack, suitable for primary and secondary pupils. To view the pack, click here
Now we are in ‘Farming Fortnight’ (1-12 June 2020), schools are encouraged to have a focus on farming and food production to learn more about where their food comes from. Our new posters, exploring dairy, beef, sheep, potatoes, cereals and pigs, show life on the farm – how animals are reared, and how crops are grown. To find out more, click here.
Have you used our remote learning support? Since launch, over 285 resources have been uploaded to help support pupils working from home! Whether you are teaching early years, primary or secondary pupils, the FFL classroom has a range of ideas to keep your pupils learning. The latest wave focuses on where food comes from. To view the resources, click here.
Good morning – it’s BNF Healthy Eating Week @ Home!
We are encouraging everyone to get themselves and their students involved! Why not take part in the daily challenges (below) or get cooking with our cook-a-longs that will run at 10am and 2pm Monday-Friday? To view the recipes, and to follow the cook-a-longs on YouTube, click here.
The aim of the Week is to encourage people of all ages to take part in a range of key health challenges at home (or in nurseries, schools, universities or workplaces, where social distancing measures allow).
There are seven health challenges (based on those identified for the main Week) which will be supported by a range of evidence-based, easy to access resources. The challenges are:
1. Eat well
2. Eat more wholegrains
3. Have 5 A DAY
4. Drink plenty
5. Get active
6. Be mind kind – help a friend or neighbour
7. Make a change
For further details, including the challenges and resources, click here.
Do let your colleagues, friends and family know about BNF Healthy Eating Week @ Home – everyone is welcome to join in! @Foodafactoflife @BNFEvents #HEWathome
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