Here you will find learning activities to work on at home.
Here you will find learning activities to work on at home.
1. Create a survey - make a tally chart and then a graph to show your data.
2. Research and create a mind map about ; The food chain from field to fork and sea to plate, where food comes from, what are educated food choices and how food is made.
3. Investigate where food comes from, look at the labels on food in your fridge and store cupboards and see where they come from and identify then mark these countries on the map of the world.
4. Research and create a mind map about local food: Investigate what products are produced locally (locally can mean the whole of Scotland) Investigate what foods are seasonal in Scotland. What does seasonal mean?
5. Create a streetfood recipe which uses at least one item of local Scottish produce and Contribute to one of your 5 a day. Complete the recipe grid.
Extra optional tasks:
6. Work out how much your dish would cost
7. Create the recipe you have made and take photographs.
8. Send your work off to the FDF email address - you never know - you might win!
Here is all the information which has been provided by the FDF. It is also in the files above.
WHAT IS THE LOCKDOWN LUNCH CHALLENGE?
Food and drink has never felt so important to everyone. The impact that COVID-19 has had on
every individual’s way of life has made us all much more aware of the food we eat, where it comes
from, who makes it and its effect on our health and
COVID-19 has affected how FDF Scotland work and a
lot of the work that we planned to do with schools has
had to be postponed. So, we thought we would amend one of our schools competitions to allow
pupils to take part from home and include their families in the activity.
Food and drink is one of Scotland’s best performing sectors and thrives on innovation and using
the very best quality produce. To make sure we stay on top, especially after COVID-19, our
companies need skilled and innovative employees.
The FDF Lockdown Lunch Challenge has been designed to help young people, parents and their
educators and carers better understand what our industry is all about, including; where our food
ingredients come from, how they are produced and who is involved in making them. The Challenge
will also help young people understand the skills needed to help them into a great career in food
The FDF Scotland Lockdown Challenge is a fun challenge for young people (of any age), parents,
carers and educators to take part in and an opportunity to encourage a better understanding of:
• The food chain from field to fork and sea to plate
• Where food comes from
• Supporting educated food choices
• How food is made
THE LOCKDOWN CHALLENGE & HOW TO GET INVOLVED!
Can your children / pupils design an innovative STREET FOOD DISH that they would LOVE to
eat during lockdown?
You might want to base this on the products that you have in your cupboards and
fridge during lockdown.
We are setting a few criteria for you to bear in mind and your product MUST!
• Use at least one item of local Scottish produce
• Contribute to one of your 5 a day
• Appeal to children developing the products and their fellow pupils or family members
We have created recipe grid for you to complete detailing your instructions and recipes,
remember to include accurate measurements of ingredients.
When you have developed and tested your recipe, please send your ideas to
email@example.com before Friday 11th June.
A team from FDF Scotland will select a winner or winners from the entries and £20 Amazon
vouchers will be awarded to the best entries.
You might like to:
CREATE A SURVEY
Investigate healthy eating and the rise of street food.
You might not be able to speak directly to people but you might like to ask your friends and family
about their favourite dishes and ingredients?
LOOK AT THE EAT WELL GUIDE
Using the eat well guide will help you to make healthy choices.
Eat well Guide: click here.
RESEARCH LOCAL FOOD
Investigate what products are produced
locally (locally can mean the whole of
Scotland - www.supportlocal.scot ).
Investigate what foods are seasonal in
Investigate where food comes from, look at
the labels on food in your fridge and store
cupboards and see where they come from
and identify these countries on a map of
WORK OUT HOW MUCH YOUR DISH WOULD COST
A simple calculation to work this out is:
Calculate the cost of your ingredients and packaging + overheads (this covers labour, energy etc)
a general calculation is to add 40% + profit (decide how much profit you want to make and add
this) = FINAL SELLING PRICE
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT CAREER IN THE FOOD AND DRINK INDUSTRY
Terms and Conditions
The competition is run by Food and Drink Federation Scotland from 48 Melville St, Edinburgh EH3 7HF 1. All entries should
be received no later than Friday 11th June 2020 2. Submission of an entry shall constitute acceptance of all terms and
conditions. 3. To constitute a complete entry, entrants must submit as per above checklist which includes a name for the
dish, methodology and ingredients. Incomplete entries will not be submitted into the paper judging stage of the competition.
All entries will be checked on submission. 4. All copyright existing on the entries and any promotional activities undertaken
by individuals will remain with the individual. However, by entering the competition entrants agree that FDF & Partners
reserves the right to use any materials submitted including but not limited to photographs for any purpose connected to the
competition. 5. Entrants will be paper judged by a panel of ‘dragons’ and competition representatives. 6. Winners will be
contacted no later than Friday 18th June 2020. 7. The judging panel’s decision is final.
Lockdown Lunch Challenge
Design an innovative street food dish that includes local Scottish products that would appeal to pupils.
The recipe must be able to be made within 1 hour.
Name of Dish:
Local Products Used:
How does it contribute to your 5 a day target?
How could you make this recipe healthier?
Send your ideas and any photographs that you wish to share of the products you have made to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 11th June 2020.