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What do we eat and where does it come from?

This lesson introduces the idea of sustainable food. Students will look at where seafood comes from then analyse and present data on the most common types of seafood here in the UK.
Includes fact file to support teaching, shopping list template, data analysis worksheet, 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 1 in Sustainable Seafood series: https://www.mcsuk.org/what-you-can-do/fun-learning/primary-learning/teaching-resources/ks2-p7/sustainable-seafood/#1-what-do-we-eat-and-where-does-it-come-from

This resource is produced by
Marine Conservation Society
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