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 and resources for Parents with children of all ages.
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How Should We Treat Farm Animals?
Most people learn more by talking than listening, but not everyone can be persuaded to talk in front of a whole class. These discussion cards and worksheets encourage students to…Download (PDF 1.22MB)
Good Agricultural Practice - Pig Production book
This book includes detailed chapters on the science of pig behaviour and welfare, together with economic, legal and environmental aspects, as well as 25 case studies which…Download (PDF 11.23MB)
Selective Breeding worksheet
How are chickens selectively bred to produce large numbers of eggs or to grow fast for meat? What are the welfare consequences of growing so fast? The worksheet also reinforces…Download (PDF 0.50MB)
Food Chains and Farm Animals worksheet
How do food chains that feed humans work? What does a pyramid of numbers with humans at the top look like? How can we feed humans efficiently? Does this require the intensive…Download (PDF 0.50MB)
Farm Animals & Us Full Teachers Pack
Activities designed to promote small group discussion, worksheets to encourage philosophical thought or develop scientific knowledge together with information booklets, lesson…Download (PDF 3.89MB)
Free resources for science teachers
Children of all ages care about animals. Establishing links between science and animal welfare can be a great way of provoking thought and stimulating discussion of ethical issues…Download (PDF 0.14MB)