Citizenship

Health and Social Care

Health and Social Care

Health and Social Care

Health and Social Care

Health and Social Care

Key Stage Three

In Year 7 and 8 all students have one hour per week teaching time. We explore concepts/ideas such as community, how we decide a thing is true, justice, rules and then place them in a context/situation such as the life of Gandhi to see how the idea can be applied. Within Citizenship students look at the concepts of British Values, they understand the importance of them and how they can be followed and used within society.

Key Stage Four

An AQA GCSE Citizenship course is offered to Year 10 over 2 years. Looking at Life in Modern Britain, Rights and Responsibilities, Politics and Participation and take part in an Active Citizenship Campaign. Students will have two 1 hour 45minute exam papers to be able to demonstrate their understanding.

Citizenship Curriculum Map

Citizenship Vision Statement

Key Stage Four

In Year 9, 10 and 11 students will be entering into the Cambridge National for Health and Social Care. 


Students will complete 3 different coursework based tasks in which they have to take part in a practical element within each unit. Students will be studying the 2 compulsory units which are R021 Essential values of care for use with individuals in care settings; this is the 25% exam based unit. 


R022 Communicating and working with individuals, this is 25% portfolio based, R027 Creative activities and RO31 First Aid are the optional units to be studied. 


Exam Board – OCR Cambridge Nationals in Health and Social Care. 

Health and Social Care Curriculum Map

Health and Social Care Revision Resources

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Padlet Resources

AQA Citizenship Resources

AQA Citizenship Resources

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AQA Citizenship Resources

AQA Citizenship Resources

AQA Citizenship Resources

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Amnesty.org.uk

AQA Citizenship Resources

Amnesty.org.uk

Health and Social Care Revision Resources

health and Social Care Vision Statement