Food

Year 9 Cooking and Nutrition Recipes 2018-19

 

Curriculum Information

Year 9 Cooking and Nutrition 2018/2019

Course title: Cooking and Nutrition  
Half term Key content
1 (8 weeks)  
 

 

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

 

Students have one lesson per fortnight
Work on year 8 into 9 project from Middle schools. Hwk 1-Completion of Middle School  work so that it is up to date
Completion of work on year 8 into 9 project from Middle schoolsEat well Guide & Nutritional needs of a teenager    Homework: diet diary/reviewPractical lesson: Pasta Salad
2 (7 weeks)  
Lesson 5

Lesson 6

Lesson 7

Students have one lesson per fortnight
Energy requirements & special dietary needs
Practical lesson : Fajitas
Nutritional analysis / review of readymade products
3 (6 weeks)  
 

Lesson 8

Lesson 9

Lesson 10

Students have one lesson per fortnight

Practical : Chilli Con Carne          Homework: Sensory analysis

Vegetarian Diet / Sensory Analysis

Practical : Risotto

4 (6 weeks)  
Lesson 11

Lesson 12

Lesson 13

 

Students have one lesson per fortnight

Ethical Shopping

Practical : Lasagne

Multicultural Cuisine                   Homework : Research

5 (5 weeks)
Lesson 14

Lesson 15

 

Students have one lesson per fortnight

Practical : Curry

Sauce making / vitamins and minerals      Homework: Sensory analysis

     5 (5 weeks)  
 

Lesson 16

Lesson 17

Lesson 18

Lesson 19

 

Students have one lesson per fortnight
Practical : Macaroni/Cauliflower Cheese
Functions of ingredientsPractical : Fruit Cakes

Final Assessment

 

Year 10 GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition

Course title: GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition Exam board: AQA Specification code: 8585
How will students be assessed?
Non-Exam Assessment (NEA) = 50% of total GCSE qualification

Examination = 50% of total GCSE qualification  

NEA consists of Task 1: Food Investigation and Task 2: Food Preparation assessment.  Students will sit a formal 1 hour 45 minute examination at the end of the course in Year 11.

2018-19

Half term Key content
1 (8 weeks) Food Safety – students will take their Basic Food Hygiene Certificate (externally assessed)
Food, Nutrition & Health.
Practical work every week
2 (7 weeks) Food, Nutrition & Health.
Food Science – Functional & Chemical Properties of foods
Practical work every week
3 (6 weeks) Food Science – Functional & Chemical Properties of foods with a mini Food Investigation Project for practical work.
9 January data collection (CWA, PEG and ATL)
4 (6 weeks) Food Choice – factors affecting food choice.
Practical work every week
3 April data collection (CWA, PEG and ATL)
5 (5 weeks) Food Preparation Assessment (mini project)
27 April Parents’ Evening
6 (7 weeks) Food Provenance
Practical work every week
Week commencing 19 June: Year 10 exam week
26 June Data collection (CWA, PEG and ATL)

 2019-20

Half term Key content
1 Food Investigation (Task 1)
2 Food Preparation Assessment (Task 2)
3 Food Preparation Assessment (Task 2)
4 Exam preparation
5 Exam preparation

 

 

Year 11  GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition 2018/2019

Course title: GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition Exam board: AQA Specification code: 8585
How will students be assessed?
Non-Exam Assessment (NEA) = 50% of total GCSE qualification

Examination = 50% of total GCSE qualification  

NEA consists of Task 1: Food Investigation and Task 2: Food Preparation assessment.  Students will sit a formal 1 hour 45 minute examination at the end of the course in Year 11.

2018-19

Half term Key content
1 (8 weeks) Food Safety – students will take their Basic Food Hygiene Certificate (externally assessed)
Food, Nutrition & Health.
Practical work every week
2 (7 weeks) Food, Nutrition & Health.
Food Science – Functional & Chemical Properties of foods
Practical work every week
3 (6 weeks) Food Science – Functional & Chemical Properties of foods with a mini Food Investigation Project for practical work.
9 January data collection (CWA, PEG and ATL)
4 (6 weeks) Food Choice – factors affecting food choice.
Practical work every week
3 April data collection (CWA, PEG and ATL)
5 (5 weeks) Food Preparation Assessment (mini project)
27 April Parents’ Evening
6 (7 weeks) Food Provenance
Practical work every week
Week commencing 19 June: Year 10 exam week
26 June Data collection (CWA, PEG and ATL)

 2019-20

Half term Key content
1 Food Investigation (Task 1)
2 Food Preparation Assessment (Task 2)
3 Food Preparation Assessment (Task 2)
4 Exam preparation
5 Exam preparation