Food and drink offers an engaging and practical context for learning within Curriculum for Excellence and provides opportunities for interdisciplinary learning and for rich and meaningful partnerships between schools, the food and drink organisations and other partners such as academia and research organisations. This event aims to further explore these links and demonstrate to practitioners how to use food and drink as a context for delivering a range of subjects.
Recommended for: primary and secondary practitioners with responsibilities for sciences, technologies, food & health and business studies planning for learning and transition experiences from second level to senior phase.
For more information click Food Chain CLPL – Craibstone 17th September 2015 JULY 2015-1
Join us on Wednesday 2nd September at 4pm to find out about the One Planet Picnic, what it is and how to organise your own.
Good for you and Good for the planet, you can use it for learning and teaching about sustainable food across the curriculum. Featuring Scots language poet and educator Liz Niven, this Glow TV session will tickle yer tongue wi tasty bits o guid Scots scran. Dinna be a tumshie, jine in. Celebrate with seasonal Scottish ingredients, some of which you may have growing locally. A perfect way to mark this Scottish Year of Food and Drink.
Suitable for teachers of pupils aged 8 – 18.
Why not register now in Glow TV? – Sign up and register for One Planet Picnic – How tae shape yer ain yin!
If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.