Teaching Staff Mrs L Thompson( Subject Leader)
Mr P Lavin
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 Construction-
Unit 2- Practical construction skills- (Coursework)
Joinery project
Plumbing project
Fashion Textiles-
Unit 1 – skill based portfolio (practical and coursework)
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)
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 )
You will be assessed by 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%)
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 Food – WJEC Level 1/2 Vocational Award in Hospitality and Catering (Specification A)
Construction- WJEC Level 1/2 Vocational Award In Planning and Maintaining the Built Environment
Fashion Textiles- AQA