Safe & Hygienic Practices – Session Content Early Safe and hygienic practices First I am becoming aware of how cleanliness, hygiene and safety can affect health and wellbeing and I apply this knowledge in my everyday routines such as taking care of my teeth. HWB 0-33a / HWB 1-33a Second Having learned about cleanliness, hygiene and safety, I can apply these principles to my everyday routines, understanding their importance to health and wellbeing. Third I can apply food safety principles when buying, storing, preparing, cooking and consuming food. HWB 3-33a Fourth Having explored the conditions for bacterial growth, I can use this knowledge to inform my practice and control food safety risks. HWB 4-33a HWB 2-33a Safe & Hygienic Practice Aims: To generate ‘a shared understanding’ across the Cluster To raise awareness of the food hygiene and safety issues in preparing and carrying out practical food activities in the Early years/primary settings. To identify equipment requirements within these settings To consider ‘Risk assessment’ practice To consider links to many other curricular areas e.g literacy & numeracy, technology Content (This session could focus on the following key areas):- Outline of areas to be covered using 1. BNF Food Hygiene PP(good PP to generate discussion on a number of related areas) 1a. Basic hygiene PP to use with pupils 2 Hygiene & Safety checklist BNF – word document 2a. Fact file on hygiene, useful resources for background information Personal Hygiene - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jz2YCli_-IE Child friendly hand washing video clip Hand washing routine- http://www.washyourhandsofthem.com/hand-hygiene--you/how-to-wash-your-hands.aspx 3. Template for Hand washing Kitchen/Food Preparation Area Hygiene & Safety– http://jamieshomecookingskills.com/#video-placeholder to use as for initial discussion around food preparation. Click on ‘Health & Safety activity video’. Preparing an area for cooking Clean as you go Washing up 4. BNF Food Poisoning PP( can be used in own time for additional background info) 4a. Food spoilage & contamination PP BNF (for additional supporting information) 4b. Further information on cross contamination 4c. Further information on food safety 5 Food safety PP to use with pupils http://www.food.gov.uk/safereating/hyg/ for hygiene resources http://www.food.gov.uk/aboutus/publications/safetyandhygiene/ FSA web page for further resources on safe & hygienic practices http://archive.food.gov.uk/hea/teachers/english/downloada.html hygiene resources and activity ideas http://food.gov.uk/scotland/scotnut/teachingtools/foodroute/fr7to9 additional resources for using with younger pupils Safe Food Production - Cleaning, cooking, chilling, cross contamination(6a FSA Germ watch Leaflet)(Much of this section will have been covered in the BNF power point presentations- recap) Germs/ Bacteria – Food poisoning Why wash some foods first Why cook some foods first - Germometer activity Harmful foods/ berries/toadstools/allergies 6. Germ watch week FSA resource – Ideas could be drawn from this resource 6a 1. Germ watch primary school resource- although aimed at English curriculum, great ideas/resources which could be used within CfE 6a – Germ watch leaflet - Key facts for effective food preparation Some different songs and activities for slightly older children http://www.fooddetectives.com/mainmenu.html http://www.nhs.uk/LiveWell/Homehygiene/Pages/Homehygienehub.aspx replaces Eatwell.gov.uk website, a great deal of information to support delivery of food safety messages http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/homehygiene/Pages/Foodpoisoningtips.aspx 10 top tips to prevent food poisoning & short video clip Food Storage – Cross Contamination Effective storage -Dry Foods Fridge/ freezer/ temp control http://www.glasgows.co.uk/fsa_interactives/FrdgLoad.swf interactive fridge activity Activity – Fridge, food cards which could be placed in the correct places in the fridge to avoid cross contamination (need empty fridge and laminated food cards). Vermin control/ Poor practice 6b. Test your food safety knowledge- good to recap on various areas 6c. Food safety in action/ activity – test your knowledge http://www.safehome4me.com/ safety games for younger pupils to reinforce learning Equipment-The quantity required will depend on how many pupils you anticipate cooking at the one time. The two lists give an idea of type of equipment, the quantity may be restricted by funding available to purchase, also by the age/stage of pupils using it. (This also gives the opportunity to link with literacy & numeracy experiences & outcomes) 7. Suggested equipment list 8. Other ideas for equipment 9. Equipment card templates – could be printed and laminated for use. 10. Equipment naming activity 10 a Equipment List -CB Safe use of equipment – 10 b Activity task for hygiene session – Avocado Dip & Crudities (discuss safe use of equipment when demonstrating). Vegetables to practice ‘bridge’ and ‘claw’ techniques http://foodafactoflife.org.uk/Sheet.aspx?siteId=14&sectionId=62&contentId=136 Risk Assessment/ Pupil Ratios 11. Sample Risk assessment – to be used for discussion and possible template Weighing & Measuring- suitable types of measuring equipment. Have some available to show and discuss uses. Opportunity to discuss numeracy skills http://www.comiccompany.co.uk/?category=32 many free resources/stickers etc from comic company related to topic area.