CfE Experiences and Outcomes
HWB 3-33a - I can apply food safety principles when buying, storing, preparing, cooking and consuming food.
HWB 4-33a - Having explored the conditions for bacterial growth, I can use this knowledge to inform my practice and control food safety risks.
SCN 3-13b - I have contributed to investigations into the different types of microorganisms and can explain how their growth can be controlled.
LIT 3-24a - I can consider the impact that layout and presentation will have on my reader, selecting and using a variety of features appropriate to purpose and audience.
Learning intentions / Success criteria
- Identify which part of the fridge different foods should be stored in
- Store foods in appropriate conditions within the kitchen that are compatible with food safety
- Explain why different foods need to be stored in different conditions
- Emphasise the importance of food safety to others by the effective use of text and graphics
- Food Cards
- Interactive Storing food safely (fridge)
- Labels for different storage areas
- Food Storage chart
- Teacher reference notes on food safety
- Bring up the Storage interactive (fridge) on the whiteboard
- Discuss where each food should go and why
- Bring up the fridge interactive as a class and discuss which foods should be stored on each shelf and why
- Top/middle shelves – Ready to eat foods e.g. dairy products, cooked meats, covered left-over foods
- Bottom shelves – Raw meat and fish
- Salad drawers – Salad vegetables, fruit and other vegetables
- Pupils should be encouraged to think about pathogens in food and the effects of the temperature of the fridge, covering food, use-by dates and keeping the fridge clean
- Discussion of different places for storing food within the kitchen – pupils take turns taking a food card and, talking about where it should be stored in the kitchen giving reasons for the selection made
- From the food cards, pupils select five different foods and fill in table including information about how they should be stored and why. Pupils can choose either to produce a poster which incorporated al the above safety points or which emphasises one in particular
Literacy and English – Writing Science – Food pathogens
SAY – Are foods placed in correct storage place in the fridge?
WRITE – Does report highlight suitable conditions of storage for chosen food?
WRITE – Can the pupils produce an effective poster that demonstrates an understanding of the importance of food safety?
- Explains the correct storage of food items, for example, raw meat, dry goods
- Explains what happens to bacteria at key temperatures
- Pupils can be given more support in completing the chart using already cut out food and answers
- Challenge pupils to design a poster which clearly demonstrates how to store food safely in a fridge. Pupils can choose either to produce a poster which incorporates all the above safety points or which emphasises one in particular