Scottish salmon is rich in high quality protein, nutrients, vitamins and minerals - including Omega-3 which is considered vital to maintaining 'heart health'.

The NHS recommends that everyone eats at least two portions of fish a week - one of which should be an oily fish such as salmon.

Recent studies, including one conducted by the University of Oxford, show that eating oily fish can not only help young brains development but also helps children use them better.

If you would like to host a 'Try and Tell' Scottish salmon tasting session for you school class, or youth group you'll find all the resources you need below, just click on the links for the downloadable resources:

How to host a Scottish salmon 'Try and Tell' tasting session

Student/Guest worksheet for Scottish salmon 'Try and Tell' tasting session

Student/Guest Feedback worksheet for Scottish salmon 'Try and Tell tasting session

Health and Wellbeing Factsheet for Scottish salmon 'Try and Tell' tasting session

Health and Wellbeing Salmon Facts - TEACHERS Whiteboard FACTS (Support Sheet)

Scottish salmon in a teriyaki sauce

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Scottish salmon is rich in high quality protein, nutrients, vitamins and minerals - including Omega-3 which is considered vital to maintaining '…