Food for Thought: Learn resources for English

Learners explore fairness in the global food system.
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These resources focus on the experience of small-scale farmers to engage learners with fairness issues in the global food system.

For primary (aimed at ages 8-11) learners look at Malawi and use snakes and ladders to learn about the experiences of small-scale farmers.

For secondary (aimed at ages 11-16) learners to look at farming heroes  from around the world to think about how small-scale farmers can be supported.

Oxfam Youth Ambassadors

This resource is suitable for curriculum-based classroom learning but it has been written primarily for Oxfam's Youth Ambassador Groups. Youth Ambassadors meet in their own time (with the support of a teacher) to learn together about global issues, whilst developing the skills and the confidence to make their voices heard. If you are using this resource in an extra-curricular setting then we suggest you register as a Youth Ambassador Group. Registered groups gain access to our structured award scheme, badges and certificates, newsletters, all the latest resources and one-to-one support by phone and email.