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ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 1Fruit stall, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAIDBananas make good platesFood sustainability ...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 2How much food do we throw away each year?Around the world each year, we throw away up to:...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 3How much food do we throw away each year?In the UK, most of our food waste happens in our...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 4Why do wethrow away somuch food inthe UK?Think  Pair  SharePoorstorageOver-strictsell-b...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 5It doesn’t matter - we can grow more food!Vegetables for sale atOoty market, IndiaPHOTO: ...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 6It doesn’t matter - food rots down to make compost!Rubbish collected at a school, IndiaPH...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 7What do bananas,coffee, coconuts andjackfruit have incommon?Think  Pair  Share
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 8What can we use these for?Unripe bananas, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAIDRoasted coffee ...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 9Siva eating rice from abanana leaf, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAIDBananas make good…pla...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 10Man collecting jackfruitfrom a tree, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIOANIDJackfruit make good...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 11An Adivasi man placing abird trap in a tree, IndiaPHOTO: JACQUI DEARDEN/ACTIONAIDJackfru...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 12Mullakurumba men performingwith dancing sticks, IndiaPHOTO: JACQUI DEARDEN/ACTIONAIDCoff...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 13Kolkundu sticks, IndiaPHOTO: JACQUI DEARDEN/ACTIONAIDCoffee makes good… dancing sticks
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 14An Adivasi woman using aladle made from a coconutshell, IndiaPHOTO: JACQUI DEARDEN/ACTIO...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 15Kayil, a ladle made from acoconut shell, IndiaPHOTO: JACQUI DEARDEN/ACTIONAIDCoconuts ma...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 16Why should we eat sustainably?School pupil making a ‘Save ourEnvironment’ poster, IndiaP...
ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 17Fruit stall, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAIDBananas make good platesFood sustainability...
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Bananas make good plates - PowerPoint (by ActionAid)

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This KS2 (ages 7–11) teaching resource, part of ActionAid’s ‘Bin world hunger, not your food’ campaign helps pupils to think about what happens to the food we don’t eat and to campaign against food waste in their schools.

The resource begins by exploring how much of our food goes to waste globally and nationally (in the UK) before showing how the Adivasi people of Chembakolli use their food crops for more than just nourishment, helping them to live a more sustainable lifestyle. The resource ends by getting pupils to design posters asking their school community to stop wasting food.

Suggested for KS2 (ages 7-11) Geography.

Also available to download: teacher's notes, lesson plan, editable templates, PDF templates

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  1. 1. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 1Fruit stall, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAIDBananas make good platesFood sustainability in Chembakolli
  2. 2. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 2How much food do we throw away each year?Around the world each year, we throw away up to:a) 20% (one-fifth) of all food producedb) 50% (half) of all food producedc) 75% (three-quarters) of all food produced
  3. 3. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 3How much food do we throw away each year?In the UK, most of our food waste happens in our:a) restaurantsb) supermarketsc) homes
  4. 4. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 4Why do wethrow away somuch food inthe UK?Think  Pair  SharePoorstorageOver-strictsell-by datesFussyshoppersSupermarketoffers
  5. 5. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 5It doesn’t matter - we can grow more food!Vegetables for sale atOoty market, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAID
  6. 6. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 6It doesn’t matter - food rots down to make compost!Rubbish collected at a school, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAID
  7. 7. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 7What do bananas,coffee, coconuts andjackfruit have incommon?Think  Pair  Share
  8. 8. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 8What can we use these for?Unripe bananas, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAIDRoasted coffee beans, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAIDEdible flesh of a jackfruit, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAIDRipe coconuts, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAID
  9. 9. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 9Siva eating rice from abanana leaf, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAIDBananas make good…plates
  10. 10. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 10Man collecting jackfruitfrom a tree, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIOANIDJackfruit make good…spoons
  11. 11. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 11An Adivasi man placing abird trap in a tree, IndiaPHOTO: JACQUI DEARDEN/ACTIONAIDJackfruit make good…birdtraps
  12. 12. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 12Mullakurumba men performingwith dancing sticks, IndiaPHOTO: JACQUI DEARDEN/ACTIONAIDCoffee makes good…dancing sticks
  13. 13. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 13Kolkundu sticks, IndiaPHOTO: JACQUI DEARDEN/ACTIONAIDCoffee makes good… dancing sticks
  14. 14. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 14An Adivasi woman using aladle made from a coconutshell, IndiaPHOTO: JACQUI DEARDEN/ACTIONAIDCoconuts make good…ladles
  15. 15. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 15Kayil, a ladle made from acoconut shell, IndiaPHOTO: JACQUI DEARDEN/ACTIONAIDCoconuts make good… ladles
  16. 16. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 16Why should we eat sustainably?School pupil making a ‘Save ourEnvironment’ poster, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAID
  17. 17. ActionAid schools | June 2013 | 17Fruit stall, IndiaPHOTO: LIZ NEWBON/ACTIONAIDBananas make good platesFood sustainability in Chembakolli
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