Last Updated: Friday, February 23, 2018

Food education - The Good Food Learning Resource

What is this?

​The Good Food Learning Resource, created by the Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET) in association with Quality Meat Scotland, provides information and practical activities to improve learning and teaching around food production and sustainability.  It can be used for interdisciplinary learning, focusing on health and wellbeing, science, social studies and technologies., and will support improvement in the following areas:

  • comprehension and interpretation;
  • extending knowledge and understanding;
  • investigations and practical activities;
  • evaluating the role of agriculture in the production of food and raw material.

Who is this for?

​This resource is targeted at teachers delivering Broad General Education at third and fourth level.  The content may also be of interest to other practitioners looking to cover food production and sustainability.

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The Good Food Learning Resource

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How to use this learning and assessment resource to improve practice

The resources can be used for planning learning and teaching opportunities. For example:

  • the Good Food Learning Resource can be used as a monthly prompt for learning;
  • the fact cards provide further information to take forward areas for discussion either independently or collaboratively;
  • the map provides a stimulus for discussion.