An interactive lesson on the circular nature of food chains and how the sun affects all plants and animals. It also looks at producers and consumers.Food Chains
A game where you need to find the living things. Learn about food chains and classification diagrams. The terms producers, consumers, prey and predators are explained.Food
A website which gets the pupils to think about the importance of food, find out about the different food groups, follow a choice of recipes and then evaluate these. Suitable for use on interactive whiteboard.Food Chains
A drag and drop activity where you can test your knowledge of food chains. This resource would be good as a class activity on an interactive whiteboard.S-Cool! GCSE Food Technology
This site has revision notes for the main principles for most exam boards. Check your own syllabus against the topics here.Food Chain Challenge
Find different food chains in a savannah habitat. Explore the interactive scene, discover your own food chains and watch films from the BBC archive to check on animals that live there.Food for Life
The Food for Life Partnership is a network of schools and communities across England committed to transforming food culture.British Food Fortnight
Find information on British Food Fortnight. All the information on how you can take part is on the website including how to help to teach children to cook. Win prizes for your school.What is a food chain?
A video which explains about food chains. The terms producers, consumers, predators and prey are covered.Food a Fact of Life
The website is a comprehensive education programme which communicates up-to-date, evidence-based, messages around ‘food’ to all those involved in education. The are excellent free lesson plans and printable or presentation resources to support teachers.