The Felix Food Fight is a set of free lesson plans devised by our education team to help upper-key stage 2 pupils build awareness about food waste at home and in school. Fun and interactive, the ready-made scheme of work is designed to be flexible to your teaching needs; it links to the national curriculum and is easy to fit into your timetable. Enter your details below to access the free downloads.
The Felix Food Fight is split into 3 units. We recommend completing one every term. Alternatively, you can focus on one term or half term and complete the plan in a shorter period of time.
Keywords/themes: surplus, shortage, food waste, food miles, landfill, consumption, pollution, climate change, greenhouse gases, reduce, reuse, recycle, recover, dispose
Keywords/themes: food waste, surplus, consumption, agri-food system, greenhouse gases, natural resources, habitats, biodiversity, compost, nutrients, cuttings
Keywords/themes: climate change, cause and effect, drought, climate refugee, climate change, fossil fuels, deforestation, global warming, debate, reduce, re-use, recycle, pledge, greenhouse gases, greenhouse effect
“ We used the Felix food fight resources as part of our climate change topic last term. The resources were really useful and engaging, and both the adults and children learnt a lot over the course of the unit. ”, Primary School Teacher , Edmund Waller Primary School
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Not currently, but our resources can be adapted and you can use the lower-ability or higher-ability activities to suit your class.
Yes. The downloadable resources are stand-alone and do not require schools to receive food.
For more information about receiving food from The Felix Project click here