25th May 2001 at 01:00
Food Safety CD-ROM

The European Union and the British Nutrition Foundation have launched an interactive CD-ROM for student primary teachers to apply food-safety principles when teaching practical food work. On successful completion of the course, students receive an accredited certificate in "Food Safety in the Primary School Classroom". For further information go to: www.

Road safety initiative

After a successful pilot, the Nationwide Building Society, with support from the DETR, will extend its road safety scheme this autumn. All primary children will receive a reflective disc to wear ater the clocks go back in October, and teachers will receive a curriculum-linked teaching resource pack which can be used to promote road safety and particularly the importance of visibility. For more details go to:

ICT and Home-School Links

This project, run by Becta on behalf of the DFEE, looks at schools' use of e-mail and the Web for communication with parents and pupils, and at home use by parents and pupils. Schools with innovative practice in the use of ICT for home-school links, in place or in development, are invited to take part. To find out more, e-mail

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