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Home Economics, Hospitality and Early Childhood

Are young Australians becoming “Couch Potatoes”?  In a country where quality food is readily available, Australians should be healthy and fit but current statistics reflect otherwise.  In response to this situation, students will prepare quick, easy and nutritious food items that reflect the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating food model.  Students also produce items using the sewing machines, focusing on decorating using tie-dyeing and screen printing.  In all classes students have a series of both practical and theory lessons in which they follow a design, produce and evaluate process. Students will become proficient in kitchen procedures and textile production in Year 7, 8, 9 and 10. . 
Senior Subject Pathway Options include:
Certificate II in Hospitality - Throughout the course students complete 12 competencies which expose them to both food preparation and service.  Students will be involved in catering for a number of functions throughout the course which may involve early starts or late finishes. This course could be a pathway to a variety of occupations within the Hospitality Industry for example, chef, hotel management, concierge, events coordinator.
Early Childhood Studies (Authority Registered) – In Early Childhood Studies topics include child safety, numeracy and literacy, as well as development of engaging environments for play.  Assessments use a variety of mediums, such as, projects, investigations and extended responses to stimulus. This course assists to prepare students for a career pathway in early childhood care and education.