This section provides a wide range of resources suitable for secondary school students and teachers of Food Technology, Home Economics and Catering.
The six modules provide up-to-date, accurate and clear information and teaching resources on red meat. These have been designed to support Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 students. The seventh module, All about me, provides a broader focus on the 8 tips for healthy eating. All about me could be a useful resource for non-cook students or early finishers.
Available to view online or download. The short length of the video clips ensures they can be easily woven into different lessons to stimulate student learning.  There are 33 Digi bites to watch. These have recently been reviewed to ensure these are relevant and up-to-date. To view the full list of Digi Bites visit the Meat and Education YouTube channel.
The Skills toolkit has been designed to support progression in cooking, nutrition, health, meal planning, food safety and hygiene. There are 5 theory and 5 cooking lessons for Year 7, 8 and 9 available - all with support resources.
Downloadable activities which can be used as a class or individually by students. The Sausage creator is an exciting resource with additional resources to support the use of the activity in the classroom. Interactive A-level PowerPoint presentation resources can also be found here.
Worksheets and posters, designed for secondary students, are available to download.
Photo files contain a selection of  high quality images which can be used in any educational setting free of charge.
A range of resources including video clips, recipies and interactive whiteboard activities are available to support students entering the Make it with mince competition.
Video podcasts of the Sustaining Food conference presentations from Leeds (2 July 2011) are available to download.
Hard copies of resources will be available to order free of charge in the near future.