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Whether you've taken part in The Big Food Survey or are checking it out for the first time, these lesson plans we've written can give Key Stage 3 Science fun additional content around Food and Nutrition.
Have the class try out the survey first, then unpack their feelings about the questions asked with these lesson plans.
Energy Drinks vs Water
A company want to sell their new energy drink, Brain Fuel, to secondary school children, and wants to advertise it at your school. Discuss the nutritional benefits and drawbacks of energy drinks against drinking water in this fun discussion and debate lesson plan.
(Okay, it's a few things. But they're definitely important!)
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