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Food & Design Technology

 

Teaching Staff

Mrs J Bentley ( Subject Leader)

Miss S Wyatt

 

Year 7 students will study

Food – Healthy eating project

Textiles- James and the Giant peach –Cushion project

Resistant Materials- Bird House project link to local community.

Year 8 students will study

Food – International cuisine project

Textiles- sustainability within textiles – African Project

Resistant Materials- Clock project – 2D design

Year 9 students will study

Hospitality –

Jamie Oliver home cooking skills- basic cooking passport of key dishes and basic theoretical knowledge regarding the hospitality industry.

Construction-

Unit 2- Practical construction skills- (Coursework)

Joinery project

Plumbing project

Fashion Textiles-

Unit 1 – skill based portfolio (practical and coursework)

Childcare-

Unit 2 Promoting Children’s Development Through Play ( coursework)

Unit 1 Patterns of child development.

Year 10 students will study

Hospitality-

Unit 1 -  Introducing the Hospitality Industry (external examination – 25%) To be sat in January of year 10

Unit 3 - Food Safety and Health and Safety in Hospitality( Coursework)

Construction-

Unit 1 - Safety and security in construction (external examination -25%) to be sat in June of year 10

Unit 2- Practical construction skills- Electrical project (practical and coursework)

Fashion Textiles-

Unit 2 – Creativity project – Garment making  (practical and coursework)

Childcare-

Unit 1 Patterns of Child Development ( external examination – 25%) to be sat in January of year 10.

Unit 3 – The Principles of Early Years Practice

Year 11 students will study

Hospitality-

Unit 2 - Working in the Hospitality Industry (coursework)

Unit 6 - Planning, Preparing, Cooking and Finishing Food (practical and coursework)

Construction-

Unit 3 Planning a construction  project - Industry  (Coursework )

Fashion Textiles-

Unit 3 – Materials and components, Skills, Tools and equipment, ICT and CAD/CAM

                Health and safety, Social, environmental, cultural and economic issues, Commercial practice

                Employment opportunities ( External examination )

Childcare-

Unit 3 – The Principles of Early Years Practice (coursework)

You will be assessed by

Jamie Oliver home cooking food skills-

Plan and prepare 2 course meal – (Practical assessment and coursework)

Hospitality

Unit 1 -  Introducing the Hospitality Industry (external examination – 25%)

Unit 2 - Working in the Hospitality Industry (Coursework)

Unit 3 - Food Safety and Health and Safety in Hospitality( Coursework)

Unit 6 – Planning, Preparing, Cooking and Finishing Food ( practical assessment and coursework)

Construction

 Unit 1 - Safety and security in construction (external examination -25%) to be sat in June of year 10

Unit 2- Practical construction skills- (Practical and Coursework) 50%- 3 elements

Unit 3 Planning a construction  project - Industry  (Coursework ) 25%

Fashion Textiles-

Unit 1: Skills Demonstration (30%) Coursework

Unit 2: Extended making project (30%) practical and coursework

Unit 3 : External exam  (40%)

Childcare-

Unit 1 Patterns of Child Development ( external examination – 25%) to be sat in January of year 10.

Unit 2 Promoting Children’s Development Through Play ( coursework)

Unit 3 – The Principles of Early Years Practice (coursework)

 

Extra-curricular opportunities

After school cooking club, textiles club ,

Trips to industry linked to topics of work

Visitors from an array of industry backgrounds to develop key skills with students

Homework

 

A minimum of one piece of work per fortnight for KS3.

KS4 minimum of one piece of work per week.

Examination board

Jamie Oliver basic food skills- BTEC

Hospitality- BTEC

Construction- WJEC

Fashion Textiles- AQA

Childcare- BTEC

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The Academy of St Francis of Assisi

Gardners Drive

Liverpool

L6 7UR

Tel: 0151 260 7600

Email: info@asfaonline.org

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