The following resources for teachers are available from the Animal Aid Education Department. Most are free. The rest are priced to cover postage, or production costs only.
To order your education resources, simply use the order form.
Alternatively you can order by:
- Phone: 01732 364546 ext 221
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Suitable for KS4
Duration: 20 minutes
This thought-provoking video is ideal for stimulating discussion and debate about the way we rear animals for food in Britain today. The movie follows four teenagers with very differing views, as they ask hard-hitting questions about meat. Where does it come from? What is eating it doing to us, the animals and the environment? Covers KS4 National Curriculum targets in Citizenship and English and is also suitable for use in PSHE, Religious Education and Sixth Form General Studies.
Their Future in Your Hands
Suitable for KS3, KS4 and Sixth Form
Duration: 11 minutes
Short introduction to the issue of animal rights. Rather than just a simple catalogue of the use and abuse of animals in today’s society, it is a film of hope, showing how we can all help to create a more humane world.
Suitable for use in English, Citizenship, PSHE and RE at KS3, KS4 and Sixth Form.
Investigating Animal Research
This new DVD presents the case against the use of animals in scientific research and is ideal for stimulating discussion and debate about the animal research issue in science, English, RE, citizenship and sixth form general studies.
Versions suitable for KS3 and KS4/Sixth Form.
Duration 12 min. and 16 min.
Suitable for KS3 and KS4 food technology
Duration: 10 and 15 minutes
Animal Aid's cookery-training officer, Liz Hughes, demonstrates to school students how to cook two delicious and nutritious vegetarian dishes. The first film features Liz cooking a vegetarian chilli (10 minutes duration) and the second a vegetarian sausage and bean casserole (15 minutes duration).
From Farm to Fork
Suitable for KS3
Duration: 16 minutes
This thought provoking film is ideal for stimulating discussion and debate about the way we rear animals for food in Britain today.
The movie looks at:
- the origins of factory farming
- selective breeding of farmed animals
- animal welfare impacts of intensive farming
- personal action and food choices