Hunting has been practiced in the British Isles since prehistoric times. Afterall it was the only way to get your food back in the day.
Once we all became a little more civilised and farming took over hunting became a pasrtime of Royalty and was at it's hayday in Victorian times when Queen Victoria's love of all things Scottish and the highlands took over the country.
Game means wild animals shot or hunted for food or sport. and not animals raised on a farm. Usually this is grouse, rabbit, deer, geese, duck, pheasant, woodcock, wood pigeon etc. Hunting seasons are strictly adhered to.
On the British Game Week website you will find free downloads and teaching plans in accordance with the curriculum.
You will also find some game recipes on our pinterest board.