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Food technology removed from A level Design & Technology

The Department for Education is currently carrying out a consultation on its proposed reforms to GCSE and A level subject content for teaching from 2016. Among the various proposed changes is a proposal for removing food technology from A level Desig...

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FACE fun supports National Countryside Week

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In support of the Prince’s Countryside Fund National Countryside Week (July 20th-26th 2015), FACE worked with other beneficiaries of the Fund to facilitate a rounders tournament at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.

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London children enjoy Secrett farm visit

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In a joint venture by the Greater London Authority, the London Food Board and organised by FACE and the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts Adopt a School programme, last week saw the first of a series of visits by London schools to nearby farms to learn ...

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FACE supports National Countryside Week

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As a beneficiary of generous support from The Prince’s Countryside Fund, FACE is helping to celebrate National Countryside Week.

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FACE releases report into impact of Initial Teacher Training

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Supported by funding from AHDB Dairy, FACE has been able to deliver training in teaching about food, farming and the countryside to 380 students enrolled on teacher training courses such as the PGCE. We recently reviewed the impact these course hav...

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Another generous donation for FACE

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Tortworth Estate took part in the national Open Farm Sunday event. It was supported by numerous local businesses and over 2000 visitors attended.

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Teaching and Learning at your local dairy farm

Teaching and Learning at your local dairy farm

Children of all ages can benefit enormously from visiting a working dairy farm and a new film is now available…

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New CEVAS training in hosting educational & therapeutic visits

New CEVAS training in hosting educational & therapeutic visits

Farms who open their gates to the public can now benefit from the newly redesigned CEVAS training.

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Bill Bailey Supports FACE

Bill Bailey Supports FACE

Watch our promotional video featuring Bill Bailey!

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Countryside Matters

Countryside Matters

Your guide to teaching resources, activities and farm visits.

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Preventing or controlling ill health from animal contact at visitor attractions.

Code of PracticeEvery year millions of people visit premises where members of the public, particularly children, are encouraged to view or touch animals.

The purpose of this Code of Practice is to help ensure visitor health and safety by providing sensible, practical and proportionate guidance on preventing or controlling ill health at visitor attractions.


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WalesFor information about what is happening in Wales visit the FACE Wales website. www.face-cymru.org.uk.

NFU Mutual Charitable Trust

NFU Mutual Charitable TrustThe NFU Mutual Charitable Trust is generously supporting the work of the FACE regional team. 

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