Health and Social Care Curriculum Overview

Health and Social Care Curriculum Overview

 

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

 

Year 10

Unit name

 

Human Lifespan development

Part A

Human Lifespan development

Part B

Health and Social Care Services and Values Part A

 

 

Assessment

 

Pupils will write a report on a chosen celebrity, which describes the process of growth and development through three, different life stages showing how growth and development changes over time. They must then explain how different factors have affected growth and development of a selected individual and assess their changing impact over time.

Pupils will complete a written assignment explaining the impact severe burns had on the development of Katie Piper and Simon Weston and how they adapted to this event using secondary, tertiary and allied support. Assessing how well Katie and Simon adapted to their injuries and the role and value of support in this.

 

Pupils will produce a review of the health and social care services in Haringey, and how they meet the needs of two individuals (Sam and Verna). Students must explain how barriers could affect the use of one health or social care service and explain how these barriers can be mitigated. Analysing the extent to which health and social care services meet the needs of Sam and Verna.

 

 

  Extended learning Pupils will complete 6 homework tasks which will assess their understanding and deepen their knowledge of Component 1A on the following topics: Life Stages; Life stages & PIES; PIES Chart; Motor Skills; Primary & Secondary Sexual Characteristics; and Factors      

 

 

Autumn 1

Spring 1                                          Spring 2 and Summer 1

 

 

Year11

Unit name

 

Health and Social Care Services and Values

Part B

Health and Wellbeing

 

 

Assessment approaches

 

Pupils will complete a practical exam demonstrating the 7 care values independently in a health or social care context. Describing positive and negative aspects of their own demonstration of the care values, making justified and appropriate recommendations for improvements of own application of the care values that incorporates teacher feedback.

 

Pupils will complete a series of A01 -A04 exam questions and mock papers to demonstrate understanding of factors that affect health and wellbeing, explaining how different factors have positive and negative impacts on health and wellbeing.

Students will interpret lifestyle and physiological data to explain factors that could potentially affect an individual’s current and future physical health.

Pupils will design a health and wellbeing improvement plan that sets realistic targets, and sources of support that are linked to the targets, justifying how the plan links to the needs, wishes and circumstances of the individual. Students will describe potential obstacles that might arise in their plan and make suggestions for how these might be overcome.

 

 

  Extended learning People will complete a set research on different health and care providers that Verna and Sam will have to use and how they could meet their needs in order to develop further their component 2 A in class