This idea was the brainchild of Deborah Prigg from Westfield Academy in Yeovil, who had used the it to inspire her own students and having shared it in the group, it gained momentum very quickly.Fergus and Karen Loudon from Tunnock’s (the teacake originators), came along to our Food Boost Face to Face event in November and kindly offered to sponsor a challenge for all schools having followed the developing interest by schools.Judging was completed by the members of the Food Teachers Centre and a list of finalists was drawn up.
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FAQs - Assessment 1 View the Frequently Asked Questions in relation to Assessment 1 Latest Digital Resource Food Provenance Resources to support the teaching of Component 1.5 Where food comes from. Book your place on one of our teacher training courses to learn more about the specification and sample assessment materials including assessment objectives, examination structure and other key areas.
We are now delighted to be able to announce the winners of the 2018/19 Tunnock’s Teacake Challenge.
Every entrant and school received a certificate of entry.
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Book now Question Bank is a free tool which allows you to create practice question papers from thousands of past paper questions.This is great news for food teaching that contributes to a wide range of curriculum outcomes including those focused on health and well-being, those focused on national curriculum D&T and those focused on cooking and nutrition: Instead of reinventing your own curriculum statement about intent we suggest that you base this on the most credible research and international views about why we teach food and its role in the curriculum of all young people.1.Teaching food is MUCH BIGGER than the national curriculum – globally there is clear agenda from United Nations and the Rights of every Child that you can reference and use as your starting point for why food and nutrition is essential for every child in your school. Out of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals – Food Education plays a pivotal role in Goal 2 on Hunger, Goal 3 on Good Health, Goal 4 on Education and Goal 6 on Water. We also suggest that you look at Public Health Local Authority – Health and Well Being programmes – with growing rates on obesity Food Education is often part of the regional plan that your school should be involved in.The online training is available on or website, and also includes a question and answer session with subject specialist, Allison Candy.Non-Examination Assessment - Assessment 1 Assessment 1 The Food Investigation Assessment was released on September 1st.We know that not all teachers can get the release, budget or time to get out of school for face to face training.We have been working hard as a team of volunteers over the past few months to research ways that we can bring you training on-line.Marks were given for creativity; presentation; skills and adding balance to the plate.Every member of the Food Teachers Centre had the opportunity to enter one student from any year from their school only, many making it a school challenge to raise funds for a charity event or their own classroom!The winners received special certificates and their prizes, kindly donated by Tunnock’s.Lily is 15 years old and created a dish with Blueberry & Raspberry coulis, impacted to create centrifugal splashes, topped with crumbled shortbread and toasted coconut.