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KS3 Food Safety Facts

This lesson builds upon students' knowledge of food safety practices. Students will be encouraged to discuss each food safety scenario in pairs or small groups.

Last Updated: 6 February 2021 Hard English discussion, food hygiene, food safety, group activity, interactive
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What will you learn:

This lesson builds upon students' knowledge of food safety practices. Students will be encouraged to discuss each food safety scenario in pairs or small groups.

Activities include:

  • Five food safety scenarios for students to discuss

Learning Objectives:

  • To understand that foodborne illness can have severe consequences and does not contribute to strengthening the immune system
  • To understand the consequences of not following food hygiene rules at home, such as cross-contamination, and how to prevent this
  • To understand types of food labels and why these are important
  • To explain the difference between food safety and food quality
  • To understand the food cooked at home is not necessarily safer than food eaten at restaurants

Requirements:

  • Printed student worksheets

Curriculum Links:

  • KS3: RSHE: Health and prevention, Healthy eating
  • KS3: Science: Living things and their habitats
  • KS4: Food preparation and nutrition GCSE: Cooking and food preparation - The scientific principles underlying the preparation and cooking of food.
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