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I am a food teacher with a degree in Food and Nutrition and a Masters in Nutritional Science. I spend a great deal of time producing a range of resources mainly focusing on the topics surrounding FPN but also some resources for Hospitality and Catering. I always try to make lessons as fun and interactive as possible to ensure that they are memorable to both teacher and student. I hope you find them useful.

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I am a food teacher with a degree in Food and Nutrition and a Masters in Nutritional Science. I spend a great deal of time producing a range of resources mainly focusing on the topics surrounding FPN but also some resources for Hospitality and Catering. I always try to make lessons as fun and interactive as possible to ensure that they are memorable to both teacher and student. I hope you find them useful.
Seasonality and Sustainability
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Seasonality and Sustainability

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This lesson focuses on seasonality and sustainability. It includes part of the documentary 'When a town runs dry' which allows students to gain an insight into the effects of drought on the economy of a small town.
Food Miles Task
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Food Miles Task

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An interactive task that allows students to explore the topic of food miles by researching where ingredients from a smoothie of their choice come from. They then have to calculate the food miles of each ingredient and then work out the overall milage of their smoothie. The task then requires students to make a newspaper article informing the public about food miles and encouraging people to shop more local.
AQA Revision Powerpoint
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AQA Revision Powerpoint

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Most topics covered in this 162 slide revision Q/A powerpoint. Questions are derived from the CPG and Collins question books.
Sensory Analysis
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Sensory Analysis

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A lesson on sensory analysis and different types of sensory testing. Suitable for both KS3 and KS4.
Food labelling
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Food labelling

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A reciprocal reading task that explores food labeling. This can be used to explore food labeling alone.
Gelatinisation
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Gelatinisation

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This lesson outlines the main process of gelatinisation and includes videos comparing the all-in-one and roux method of sauce making.
NEA 1 AQA
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NEA 1 AQA

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Resources to help your NEA 1 run smoothly. This pack includes a presentation which outlines instructions for the students regarding the requirements of each section, the accessible marks and pointers on achieving the highest marks. Also included is a writing frame to ensure students include all of the required information and an instruction booklet for each section. This compliments the writing frame. Finally, random letter and numbers are included for the investigations.
Carbohydrates
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Carbohydrates

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A powerpoint which outlines the function of carbohydrates in the body, the different types of carbohydrates and the main food sources. This also outlines dietary fibre and energy needs.
Food and the environment
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Food and the environment

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This lesson explores how food production can contribute to climate change and also how climate change impacts food production. This also includes differentiated worksheets.
Methods of heat transfer
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Methods of heat transfer

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A quick starter/plenary activity which helps to check pupils level of understanding of the use of conduction, convection and radiation when cooking a range of foods.
Fridge Storage
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Fridge Storage

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Fridge storage lesson. I used this with my year 7 class, they loved it! Resources are also available to use with the lesson.
Fibre and Water
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Fibre and Water

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A revision lesson which investigates the body’s requirements of fibre and water and what happens if there is an excess or deficiency.
Micro and Macronutrients
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Micro and Macronutrients

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Suitable for KS3 or for KS4 as a quick recap. This Powerpoint discusses the differences between macro and micronutrients and includes a range of tasks that can be used to help pupils explore food sources, benefits, the dangers of eating too much or too little.