Author Topic: Where there’s muck there’s bugs.  (Read 529 times)

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Where there’s muck there’s bugs.
« on: October 16, 2013, 10:26:51 AM »
A study by Public Health England (PHE) has found that use of interactive lesson plans significantly improved pupils’ knowledge of bugs and why hand hygiene is important in a farm setting with 80% of children correctly answering questions after the intervention. This research is published in the science journal PLOS ONE today.

School visits to farms are a positive educational experience but do pose a level of risk of infection from a number of bugs including ‘E. coli’, ‘Salmonella’ or ‘Campylobacter’ which are found in animal faeces and on surfaces around the farm.

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/where-theres-muck-theres-bugs-e-bug-lesson-plans-help-children-to-stay-safe-down-on-the-farm

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Re: Where there’s muck there’s bugs.
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2013, 12:34:58 AM »
those three bugs are very common and found practically everywhere - probably including school toilets and maybe their kitchens and classrooms too
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