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Geography

Geography

In this section you will find resources for teaching Geography produced by FACE and their partner organisations.

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FACE Seminars

FACE Seminars

A great way to be inspired and share ideas for everyone involved with the outdoor classroom. See the up and coming FACE Seminars

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Business

Business

A Business at the Farm is an educational resource for AS and GCSE Business studies students.

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Science

Science

Resources for Science teachers. Including: Applied Science GCSE, Biodiversity and Non-food Crops.

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Members Only Resources

Members Only Resources

FACE  provide a series of resources specifically for FACE Members.

Go to the FACE Members Only Resources.

Science

scienceResources for Science Teachers including:

Applied Science GCSE

Biodiversity

Non-Food Crops


Go to the Science resources.

 
Why Farming Matters to the South Downs

Why Farming Matters to the South DownsThe NFU has teamed up with FACE to produce the Why Farming Matters to the South Downs Education Pack (key stage 1 and 2). This free, full-colour download is packed with ideas for activities and signposts users to supporting resources online. The resource uses the South Downs National Park as its inspiration but much of the content is applicable to other parts of the country.


Go to the resource.

 
Art

ArtInspiration for art in the livingĀ  environment.

Visit the Art themed resources.

 
The Farm Behind the Food

The Farm Behind the FoodDo you want lots of teaching ideas?
Do your children understand food labels?
Do your children make choices about food?

The Farm Behind the Food has been created by teachers to provide 50 classroom activities to help you unpack these issues!

Go to The Farm Behind the Food website.

 
Why Farming Matters

Why Farming Matters

Food and farming are topics of great importance to all our lives but, even more significantly, they will involve challenges which children will have to face as they become the consumers, parents, politicians, leaders and thinkers of the future. They will be confronted with the challenge of feeding more than nine billion people on the planet by 2050.

These resources contains activities to encourage pupils to start investigating this fascinating area of work, to carry out research, to discuss issues in class and to start forming their own opinions.

Go to Why Farming Matters.

 
Gifted and Talented
cow.gif A selection of resources following Gifted and Talented days organised with help from FACE.

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Geography
Geography In this section you will find resources for teaching Geography produced by FACE and their partner organisations.

Currently featuring KS3 Geography fieldwork documents surrounding the topic of "Using the Local Environment".

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Activities for STEM

Activities for STEMHow can those of us engaged in farming and countryside education (farm educators and teachers in school) use activities inspired by food and farming to deliver Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects?

This booklet contains ideas presented by a wide variety of contributors.

Download the booklet

 
Business

A Business at the FarmA Business at the Farm is an educational resource for AS and GCSE Business studies students. It provides the opportunity to discover what it could be like to manage a farming business.

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Maths

Farming CountsIn this section you will find resources for teaching Geography produced by FACE and their partner organisations.

Currently featuring "Farming Counts", a series of maths resources with farming theme.

Go to the Maths Resources.

 
Curriculum Links

curriculum_links.jpgIn this section you will find curriculum materials arranged in Key Stages and subjects which can be downloaded.

The materials include the links food and farming have with the National Curriculum and QCA Schemes of Work, reworked units in the style of the QCA Schemes of Work, materials to support examinations and case studies.

Go to the Curriculum materials

 
Debating

Farming & Countryside Education (FACE) has initiated a number of debates with young people on a variety of topics related to food, farming and the countryside. Debate is a powerful way to engage students in a subject area with which they might be unfamiliar. It offers them the opportunity to research using materials representing a wide range of viewpoints, to question others, to listen to differing views and hence to make their own informed decisions

Go to the debating resource.

 
ICT

ICTIn this area you will find the resources relevant to ICT.

Currently featuring "Using the Buzz Biodiversity Game at KS2 ICT". An example of children's work from Sandpiper Primary School.

Go to the resource