Pet ownership: We will learn about different pets and the responsibilities that come with being a pet owner.
Animal rights vs culture and tradition: we will take a look at case studies such as bullfighting in Spain.
Evolution, conservation and extinction: we will look at animals and the habitats they live in, things we can do to protect them and ensure their survival in the future.
This year we will study the physical growth and psychological development of young children and gain an insight into how best to care for their needs.
We will learn about nutrition, play and emotional development in infants through a mixture of practical and classroom learning. This module will be assessed by a practical means whereby each pupil will get the chance to care for a simulation baby for a number of days throughout the module.
Food & Crafts
Safefood for life aims to help students develop important food safety skills and allows students to sit an online food hygiene examination at the end of the course.
On completion of the online examination successful students will meet the minimum training requirements to work in the food industry.
Student will try different craft techniques such as cross stitching, crochet, knitting, applique.
Learning to market, package and sell their own hand made cards, invitations and favour boxes.
Students will learn how to cook healthy and nutritious dishes and bake delicious cakes.
Students will learn basic techniques of cake decorating.
Learning to market, package and sell their own hand made bakery items.
Students will learn the key skills involved in radio production.
Areas of study will include:
Hierarchy of a radio station,
creating engaging content for the audience,
interview skills, vox pops,
cues and links, advertising, and
formatting and editing shows.
Students will also conduct case studies on real life radio stations and analyse their criteria for success.