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Great Casterton, Market Deeping and Spalding children learn about food and farming





Farmers have been teaching hundreds of primary school children about the journey their food makes from field to fork.

Pupils at Market Deeping Primary School, Great Casterton Primary School and Clough and Rosegate Primary School in Spalding took part in the Kids Country education scheme.

They focused on breakfast foods, taking turns to make pancakes, taste sausages and learn about tractors.

Children from Great Casterton Primary School with farmer James
Children from Great Casterton Primary School with farmer James

Teacher Sally Hughes, from Great Casterton Primary School, said: “The Breakfast with Kids Country workshop helped us to meet our curriculum objectives looking at the natural world and the activities, content and team all far exceeded my expectations.

“It was a very informative afternoon that the children will remember for a long time.”

Children at Market Deeping Primary School make their own pancakes
Children at Market Deeping Primary School make their own pancakes
Children at Market Deeping Primary School with farmer Luke
Children at Market Deeping Primary School with farmer Luke

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