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Mouldy cheese and minibeasts: tips for teaching science in primary schools
Research from the Wellcome Trust shows that science is losing out to other subjects at primary level. So what can teachers do to bring it into the classroom?
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History Cook: how ‘Japanese Cooking’ changed the way the west eats
‘Nearly 40 years after publication, Shizuo Tsuji’s book is still the definitive guide for western readers’
In case you missed this vital report https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/news/nr/school-meals-healthy-food-primary-secondary-research-1.739161 ... See MoreSee Less
New report calls on government to make all schools in England ‘healthy zones’ - Latest - News - The University of Sheffield
Poor food practices are still widespread in schools in England despite the launch of a government school food plan, according to a new report.
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Cutting food waste from field to fork | Ethical Corporation
At its headquarters in Camden, New Jersey, one of America’s poorest cities, the Campbell Soup Company converts bruised or undersized peaches destined for landfill into Just Peachy salsa, which is re...
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How can a fast food chain ever make money from a $1 burger?
Understanding why fast food grew stale
What a pleasant Pheasant day in Didcot today. CPD on a Saturday for Fantastic Food Teachers #SchoolsGameChanger… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…