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Using Why Farming Matters in the primary curriculum

The Why Farming Matters Primary Education Pack contains many activities that explore the vital role of farming in our lives. When Liz Truss, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, visited St Martin's School, Shouldham early in 2016, every teacher and pupil joined in to demonstrate how to incorporate the pack into the school curriculum.

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