Curriculum Food Technology
Our new school building has great catering facilities for our students to enjoy. Catering isn’t just about cooking and baking, students following this course of study will also learn about good nutrition and diet.
A qualification in this area is beneficial to anyone wishing to work in the leisure and hospitality industries, it is also helpful if students want to work in product development, nutrition or personal training roles in the future.
Key Stage 3
Students follow the national curriculum.
Key Stage 4
GCSE students will examine nutrition, the makeup of hospitality and catering industry, health, safety and hygiene matters as well as undertaking visits to leading venues. Assessment is made via a written exam (40%) and completion of two practical tasks (60%).
LIST OF SUBJECTSART
COMPUTING & ICT
MEDIA & FILM STUDIES
PHILOSOPHY & ETHICS
RELATIONSHIPS / SEX EDUCATION
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