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RESOURCES ON PIGS

Here we have a great selection of films for students of all ages and a Power Point for primary pupils about the welfare of pigs and the ways in which we farm them.

Primary age

Power Point

Our Power Point presentation is easy to use and looks at different pig behaviours and ways of farming pigs. It opens up discussion around these topics and the benefits of higher welfare farming. It is aimed at children aged 7-11 (KS2) but can be adapted for younger ones. The Power Point is designed to be interactive. Questions to ask the children come up throughout – stop to discuss these before you get the answers! You will probably think of some more things to discuss.

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Power Point

Films

The short films below are for children of any age!

These small film clips are fun and will show you how happy pigs can be! Here are some questions to consider while watching each film, to encourage observation and begin discussion:

Short Film: Mothers Day

Short Film: Mothers Day

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Short Film: Positive Behaviours

Short Film: Positive Behaviours

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Short Film: Positive Behaviours Part 2

Short Film: Positive Behaviours Part 2

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Film: Lets Ask The Animals

Film: Lets Ask The Animals

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Short films: particular pig behaviours:

For these, ask the children what the pigs are doing and why. The children may like to adapt the films and pictures in the PowerPoint to make their own presentation.

Older students – secondary and college

Good Agricultural Practice

These resources consider the needs of pigs and how to achieve humane and sustainable pig farming.

Suitable for age 16 to adult.

Film: Farm Animals and Us

Film: Farm Animals and Us

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Film: Farm Animals and Us 2

Film: Farm Animals and Us 2

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