Young people of all ages are easily engaged by the welfare of farm animals, and there are many opportunities to integrate this into the curriculum (e.g. Biology/Science, PSHE/Citizenship, Geography, Religious Studies, English, Food Technology and Scottish Higher Biology CfE and a range of subjects at college and university). We also have resources for the Primary age-group.
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Free resources for geography teachers
How we can feed the world without damaging the environment is a growing topic of debate. Discussing the rights and wrongs of the ways we treat animals for food is a great way of…Download (PDF 0.14MB)
Free resources for PSHE and citizenship teachers
The way our food is produced is a growing topic of debate. Discussing the rights and wrongs of the ways we treat animals for food is a great way of engaging children in…Download (PDF 0.14MB)
Secondary resources for older primary students
Our Farm Animals & Us film and teachers’ pack include resources for Lower Secondary which are suitable, or can be adapted, for use with older primary students aged 10-11.Download (PDF 3.89MB)