The leader in food and fibre education
Our Vision: Value of Australian food and fibre production is embedded in the national psyche
PIEFA has several programs that support food and fibre learning - in the classroom, at home and for career development. Find out more below:
PIEFA, a not for profit company, operates and manages a web portal called Primezone. Primezone provides teachers, parents and students with an Australian Curriculum driven range of high quality vetted primary industries education resources from Foundation to Year 12.
Visit Primezone at www.primezone.edu.au
As an addition to Primezone, PIEFA has created an eLearning portal called Primezone Academy. Primezone Academy provides teachers and students with single-point access to a range of primary industries eLearning courses.
Visit Primezone Academy at www.primezoneacademy.edu.au
Career Harvest is a one-stop shop for prospective students to discover rewarding careers. Career Harvest, PIEFA's career portal, provides students with career options, scholarships, opportunities and more.
Visit Career Harvest at www.careerharvest.com.au
PIEFA is the Australian partner of the Farmer Time program. Farmer Time was founded in the UK by Farmer Tom Martin and co-ordinated by LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming). The program allows for students to connect with a farmer, fisher or forester, ask questions, take a virtual tour and experience what a career in food and fibre can look like. Designed for years K-12, Farmer Time provides real-world context for you food and fibre curriculum.
Visit Farmer Time at www.farmertime.com.au
Knowing Growing is a joint initiative of three leaders in agriculture education – the Primary Industries Education Foundation of Australia, the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW, and the NSW Department of Primary Industries. The aim of the program is to facilitate teaching about our primary industries in schools by providing quality professional development for all teachers. Find more information on the Knowing Growing workshops and PD at knowingandgrowing.edu.au