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Health and Social Care
YEAR 9
Half Term 1 Half Term 2 Half Term 3 Half Term 4 Half Term 5 Half Term 6
Students will be learning about birth defects and a range of health
conditions that affect progression through an individual’s life stage. This
is in preparation for their RO25 assignment.Examples of birth defects and health conditions that they will be studying
are Cystic Fibrosis, Huntington’s Disease, CHD, Dementia and Anorexia.During this term, students will complete research activities and prepare for
a presentation task that they will deliver to their peers.
Students will be learning about birth defects and a range of health
conditions that affect progression through an individual’s life stage. This is in preparation for their RO25 assignment.Examples of birth defects and health conditions that they will be studying
are Cystic Fibrosis, Huntington’s Disease, CHD, Dementia and Anorexia.During this term, students will complete research activities and prepare for
a presentation task that they will deliver to their peers.
Students will complete their internally assessed coursework, this will be
completing disease overviews, using their prior knowledge learnt in term 1 and 2.
Students will take part in primary research and in a career workshop to learn about different professionals that work in various parts of health and social care. Students will apply these to case studies and create a care plan and dietary plan that draws on knowledge of factors that can positively influence health and well being. Students will take part in primary research and in a career workshop to learn about different professionals that work in various parts of health and social care. Students will apply these to case studies and create a care plan and dietary plan that draws on knowledge of factors that can positively influence health and well being. Students will move onto the second piece of coursework from RO25. Students will use case studies to discuss and explore the effects of the birth defects and health conditions studied in the first half of the year, on the individual diagnosed and their families/carers.

 

YEAR 10
Half Term 1 Half Term 2 Half Term 3 Half Term 4 Half Term 5 Half Term 6
Students will be studying for their mandatory external assessment;
‘Essential values of care for use with individuals in care settings’, to be
sat at the end of Y10 in the summer.They will be learning about ways health and social care professionals
support individuals to maintain their rights and the importance of the
values of care being promoted, generating a range of examples, for a number of health and social care settings.Alongside this, students will be completing task 1 of their internally
assessed coursework, titled ‘Communicating and working with individuals in health, social care and early years settings’ (RO22).Part of this unit will involve learning how to communicate effectively with a range of service users, who have a range of different needs.
Students will be studying for their mandatory external assessment;
‘Essential values of care for use with individuals in care settings’, to be
sat at the end of Y10 in the summer.They will be learning about ways health and social care professionals
support individuals to maintain their rights and the importance of the
values of care being promoted, generating a range of examples, for a number of health and social care settings.Alongside this, students will be completing task 1 of their internally
assessed coursework, titled ‘Communicating and working with individuals in health, social care and early years settings’ (RO22).Part of this unit will involve learning how to communicate effectively with a range of service users, who have a range of different needs.
As part of studying for their exam, students will learn how legislation
impacts on care settings & begin to understand how personal hygiene, safety
and security measures protect individuals.Developing their understanding and applying their knowledge to health and
social care settings.Alongside this, students will begin to understand the personal qualities
that contribute to effective care, for their RO22 communication coursework, task 2.
As part of studying for their exam, students will learn how legislation
impacts on care settings & begin to understand how personal hygiene, safety
and security measures protect individuals.Developing their understanding and applying their knowledge to health and
social care settings.Alongside this, students will begin to understand the personal qualities
that contribute to effective care, for their RO22 communication coursework, task 2.
Students will be finalising their internally assessed coursework for the unit ‘Communicating and working with individuals in health, social care and
early years settings’.
Students will begin Y11 coursework for optional units.

 

YEAR 11
Half Term 1 Half Term 2 Half Term 3 Half Term 4 Half Term 5 Half Term 6
Students will be completing their Unit 22 coursework,‘Communicating and working with individuals in health, social care and early years settings’.

Completing tasks 1 and 2 of their coursework. Looking at what
effective communication is and factors that can positively influence it.

Students will be completing their Unit 22 coursework,‘Communicating and working with individuals in health, social care and early years settings’.

Completing tasks 1 and 2 of their coursework. Looking at what
effective communication is and factors that can positively influence it.

Students will be completing internally assessed coursework, looking at what
qualities are needed for effective communication to take place in health
and social care settings and this benefits the service being provided.
Students will be studying Unit R023: Understanding body systems and disorders, producing 4 separate pieces of coursework. This coursework unit provides learners with the underpinning knowledge and understanding of three major body systems: respiratory, digestive and cardiovascular. Students will be studying Unit R023: Understanding body systems and disorders, producing 4 separate pieces of coursework. This coursework unit provides learners with the underpinning knowledge and understanding of three major body systems: respiratory, digestive and cardiovascular. Students will be completing their final internal assignment, RO25-
Understanding life stages. This is compromised of four tasks, contributing
to 25% of their total grade.