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Year 10 Health & Social Care Curriculum

Year 11 Health & Social Care  Curriculum

HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

VISION

Our vision in the Social Enterprise faculty is to provide a backbone of skills and understanding transferrable both to the real world and further academic excellence.

THROUGH OUR HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE CURRICULUM WE INTEND TO:

  • provide a truly vocational context and experience within lessons, where real life practices are embedded constantly within learning

  • encourage abstract thinking of how individuals’ lives are affected physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially, encouraging a holistic viewpoint

  • teach students how to measure their own physiological health and understand the fundamental life skill of looking after their own health and well-being

  • Provides students the Knowledge that underpins effective use of skills, process and attitudes in the sector such as human growth and development, health and social care services, and factors affecting people’s health and wellbeing

  • encourage students to develop their research skills by reading far and wide into health and social careers and responsibilities

  • embed a clear understanding and empathy for the importance of Health and Social Care services within England

  • develop the skills needed for a career in Health and Social Care and promote the wide range of key worker job roles the course can lead to

  • ensure that equality and diversity is promoted and understanding is second nature

Our curriculum in Health & Social Care is unique to BBEC because:

  • create opportunities to see health and social care in action in the Bradford context, as well as on a national scale

  • We raise awareness of different needs and the range of services available to the students, their families, and the community of Buttershaw.

  • It promotes good health both physically, emotionally, and mentally which will provide life-long benefits on themselves and their families.

 

KEY STRENGTHS OF THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE CURRICULUM:

The Health & Social Care curriculum at BBEC exceeds the National Curriculum because:

 

  • Students are provided with independent learning resources that can be accessed through Teams to develop their own knowledge on their own and to address any gaps that they may have. This enables them to develop their knowledge over time in a way that is most effective for their individual needs.

  • promote cross curricular learning by delving further into Science, Sport, IT, PHSCE and SMSC

  • We have experienced teachers with long term experience teaching key stage 3-5 in Health & Social Care with Team leader moderator status

  • The curriculum provides the skills and knowledge to set students up to study Health & Social Care at KS5

  • Deliver engaging challenging lessons which have led to good results and a popular choice for options.

  • deliver excellent outcomes in terms of academic success, and progression in both the student’s coursework and examinations

  • students express their enjoyment within the subject and consistently engage and participate in all activities given.

ARCK VALUES IN HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE

AMBITION in Health and Social Care means....

  • Encouraging students to aspire to the highest grade boundaries in their coursework by showing ambition

RESILIENCE in Health and Social Care means....

  • Developing caring and compassionate individuals who develop a passion and desire to work within this expanding industry.

  • The students within Health and Social Care will become resilient, independent learners, supporting others and developing the use of their own initiative to solve problems and plan activities.

COURTESY AND KINDNESS in Health & Care Social Care means...

  • Promoting courtesy through learning and demonstrating the key Care Values which underpin etiquette within Health and Social Care services

  • becoming naturally kind and caring individuals, with empathy for other people’s needs, diversities and protected identities

Department Curriculum links

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English

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Art & Design

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Geography

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Modern Foreign Languages

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PE

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Digital Information Technology

Math Exercises

Maths

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Business and Enterprise

Paper Cut Heart

Health & Social Care

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Music, Drama & Dance

Calendar Pages

PHSCE & RSE

Racket and Ball

BTEC SPORT

Science

Science

Portfolio Web Design

Design & Technology

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History

Religious Statue

Religious Education

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Computing

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