Health & Social Care Curriculum

Health & Social Care Curriculum

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We believe that students deserve a curriculum that prepares them for career pathways in a variety of vocational areas, providing them with the knowledge and skills within Health and Social Care that can then be transferred in to a variety of environments.  Our curriculum will ensure that all of our students will have the opportunity to:

  • Development of key skills that prove your aptitude in health and social care such as interpreting data to assess an individual’s health;
  • Process that underpins effective ways of working in health and social care, such as designing a plan to improve an individual’s health and wellbeing;
  • Attitudes that are considered most important in health and social care, including the care values that are vitally important in the sector, and the opportunity to practise applying them;
  • Knowledge that underpins effective use of skills, process and attitudes in the sector such as human growth and development, health and social care services, and factors affecting people’s health and wellbeing;
  • The development of core knowledge and understanding of human growth and development, how people deal with major life events, health and social care services;
  • The development and application of skills such as: practical demonstration of care values, together with the ability to reflect on own performance;
  • Reflective practice through the development of skills and techniques that allow learners to respond to feedback and identify areas for improvement using relevant presentation techniques.

Click here for the curriculum Scheme of WorkClick here for the Curriculum Intent

Learning Journey 

Here is the learning journey showing a summary of key learning points at each stage. For further detail please see the SoW above.