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Can you really farm fish?

This lesson for KS2 students takes a look into fish farms and whether they can be a sustainable source of seafood, exploring fish life cycles, farm management and community viewpoints.
Includes fact file to support teaching, salmon lifecycle activity, poster, community viewpoint letter templates, and links to follow-up learning.
Linked to national curriculum in England, Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland, Curriculum for Wales, and Eco-Schools topics.
Lesson 3 in Sustainable Seafood series: https://www.mcsuk.org/what-you-can-do/fun-learning/primary-learning/teaching-resources/ks2-p7/sustainable-seafood/#3-can-you-really-farm-fish

This resource is produced by
Marine Conservation Society
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