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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 …

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.

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  • 1. Bananas make good plates | ActionAid Schools | June 2013
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  • 7. Bananas make good plates | ActionAid Schools | June 2013Date: The best school newspaper in the world Price: