Videos: Hot and happening

Teachers' Guide

This is the main guide for Food and farming for children aged 8-11 years.

Key Fact 1

Food is produced all around the world.

Key Fact 2

Food is processed on different levels to make it edible and safe.

Farm to fork challenge (8-11 years)

Do you know what happens to your food from the farm to your fork?

Cool creations

Non-cook recipes for the primary school classroom.

Videos: Cool creations

See how to make some recipes that do not need any cooking.

Hot and happening

Recipes that involve the use of the grill or hob.

Videos: Hot and happening

See how to cook delicious hot meals.

Brilliant baking

Baking recipe for the primary classroom.

Videos: Brilliant baking

See how to bake a range of recipes.

Where do my meals come from? (8-11 years)

Do you know where the food from your meals comes from?

Videos: Farming

See how crops and animals are farmed in the UK.

Welsh Rarebit

Welsh Rarebit

First, get the equipment ready. 

Next, get the ingredients.

Place the grated cheese into the bowl. 

Add the mustard and milk, and then stir everything together.

Put the bread on a grill pan and, using oven gloves, place under a hot grill until the bread is toasted on one side.

Pull out the grill pan, remove the toast and place it on the plate. Turn it so that the un-toasted side is up.

Next, spoon the cheese mixture over and spread it right to the edges. 

Carefully place the toast back under the hot grill and cook until the cheese bubbles. 

Finally, remove the Welsh rarebit from the hot grill and serve.

Welsh Rarebit

In this demonstration you will see Welsh rarebit being made. You can use different varieties of cheese and bread. This is a traditional Welsh dish.

Shepherd's Pie

In this demonstration you will see Shepherd’s pie being made. Serve lots of colourful vegetables with the pie.