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KS3 Food Hygiene: Additional Interactive Activities

These additional interactive activities can be used as stand-alone activities or, to support any of the food hygiene lesson plans, developed as part of the SafeConsume project.

These additional interactive activities can be used as stand-alone activities or, to support any of the food hygiene lesson plans, developed as part of the SafeConsume project.

Click on the arrow for more information on each additional interactive activity

Food Safety Pledge

Call to action: Chose one simple pledge about how you'll make better food safety practices and help reduce foodborne illness.

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Food Safety Debate Kit

Food Journey Animation

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Department for Education Recommendation

The Department for Education have listed e-Bug in their guidance for education and childcare during coronavirus. e-Bug resources are recommended for teaching Infection prevention and control topics, including hand and respiratory hygiene.

NICE Endorsement

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends that schools, educational and residential settings for children and young people, use Public Health England’s e-Bug resources to teach about hygiene, infections and antibiotics. e-Bug supports implementation of NICE guidance on antimicrobial stewardship: changing risk-related behaviours in the general population (NG63).

e-Bug is a free educational resource, operated by the UK Health Security Agency. The resources support the government’s ongoing action plan to tackle antimicrobial resistance. e-Bug resources make learning about microbes, antibiotics and the spread and treatment of infection engaging and accessible.

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