Sustainability Lesson Plans (England & Wales)

Food Glorious Food

Learning Outcomes: Be able to identify the relationship between Soil, Agriculture and Climate Change. Reflect upon the impact of food waste on the planet, and what actions can be taken to reduce food waste. Carry out the Food Waste Diary exercise.

From Farms to Fork

Learning Outcomes: Learn about and gain a better understanding about where food comes from and the different stages it goes through to get from farm to fork. Identify and analyse some of environmental and social issues at the different stages of the food value chain. Work collaboratively to think innovatively and creatively about how we could address a particular challenge of food production relevant to a key familiar product.

Think Globally, Act Locally

Learning Outcomes: Learn about and gain a better understanding about where food comes from and the different stages it goes through to get from farm to fork. Identify and analyse some of environmental and social issues at the different stages of the food value chain. Work collaboratively to think innovatively and creatively about how we could address a particular challenge of food production relevant to a key familiar product.

Media As A Force For Good

Learning Outcomes: Develop an understanding of what ‘media’ is and why we should care that it is responsible and sustainable. Develop an understanding on how media partners are coming together to tackle key economic, environmental, and social challenges in their industry. Be able to discuss why is it so important to market responsibly.

Supplying Sustainably

Learning Outcomes: Learn about and be able to demonstrate what a Supply Chain is. Learn about how a Supply Chain works. Identify, analyse, and address the importance of sustainability within Supply Chains

Marketing For The Future

Learning Outcomes: To understand what it means for marketing to be inclusive and accessible. To learn the power marketing has on consumer beliefs. Be able to identify the actions that can be taken in marketing to improve inclusivity.

Sustainability Lesson Plans (Scotland)

Agrifood

Learning Outcomes: Be able to identify the relationship between Soil, Agriculture and Climate Change. Reflect upon the impact of food waste on the planet, and what actions can be taken to reduce food waste. Carry out the Food Waste Diary Exercise.

From Farm To Your Fork

Learning Outcomes: Learn about and gain a better understanding about where food comes from and the different stages it goes through to get from farm to fork. Identify and analyse some of environmental and social issues at the different stages of the food value chain. Work collaboratively to think innovatively and creatively about how we could address a particular challenge of food production relevant to a key familiar product.

Think Globally, Act Locally

Learning Outcomes: Learn about and demonstrate the key aspects of recycling, reusing, and reducing packaging. Be able to identify the difference between ‘carbon neutral’ and ‘net zero’. Work collaboratively to analyse whether a company’s purpose is clear through their advertising.

Media As A Force For Good

Learning Outcomes: Develop an understanding of what ‘media’ is and why we should care that it is responsible and sustainable. Develop an understanding on how media partners are coming together to tackle key economic, environmental, and social challenges in their industry. Be able to discuss why is it so important to market responsibly.

Supplying Sustainably

Learning Outcomes: Learn about and be able to demonstrate what a Supply Chain is. Learn about how a Supply Chain works. Identify, analyse, and address the importance of sustainability within Supply Chains.

Marketing For The Future

Learning Outcomes: To understand what it means for marketing to be inclusive and accessible. To learn the power marketing has on consumer beliefs. Be able to identify the actions that can be taken in marketing to improve inclusivity.

In Partnership With

  • Barclays
  • Zurich
  • Nestle
  • Linklaters
  • Wesleyan
  • BNP Paribas
  • Barclays
  • Zurich
  • Nestle
  • Linklaters
  • Wesleyan
  • BNP Paribas