Hospitality and Catering is an ideal Key Stage 4 qualification for students who are interested in pursuing interests and career paths in this industry.
It provides a practical, real-world approach and develops the specific knowledge and skills students need to work successfully in the hospitality and catering industry. This includes food safety, nutritional needs, health and safety and informed menu planning.
This course aims to give students a broader understanding and knowledge of Hospitality and Catering careers, developing the skills and qualities valued by employers and further education colleges.
Year 10.1 Learning Journey Unit 1 – LO4 – Know how food can cause ill health
Year 10.2 Learning Journey Unit 1 – LO1 – The environment in which the H&C industry operates
Year 10 Unit 2 Learning Journey – LO3 – Be able to cook dishes TERM 1
Year 10 Unit 2 Learning Journey- LO3 Be able to cook dishes TERM 2
Year 11.1 Learning Journey Unit 2 – LO1 – Importance of nutrition when planning menus
Year 11.2 Learning Journey Unit 2 – LO2 – Understand menu planning
Year 11 Unit 2 Learning Journey – LO3 – Be able to cook dishes TERM 2
Year 11.3 Learning Journey Unit 2 – Mock NEA
Year 11.1 Knowledge Organiser Unit 2 – LO1 – Importance of nutrition when planning menus
Year 11.2 Knowledge Organiser Unit 2 – LO2 – Understand menu planning
Year 11.3 Knowledge Organiser Unit 2 – Mock NEA
Ms. C. Walsh
Food Standards: https://www.food.gov.uk/food-safety
Resources, quizzes, etc: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/design-and-technology-gcse-food-preparation-and-nutrition/zvjh8xs
Cooking Tutorials: https://www.chef2chef.net/learn-to-cook/
What are the career opportunities with this subject?
Employment in hospitality and catering can range from waiting staff, receptionists, and catering assistants to chefs, hotel and bar managers, nutritionists and food technologists in food manufacturing.