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Curriculum Statement

KS4: Students study the OCR Cambridge Nationals Level 2 certificate in health and social care

‘This course is the equivalent to a GCSE but instead of 9-1 grades students receive a Pass, Merit, Distinction or Distinction* grading. The units studied are:

R021 – essential values of care for use with individuals in care settings, R022 – communicating and working with individuals in health & social care, R025 – understanding life stages and R026 – planning for employment in health, social care and children’s and young people’s workforce. Units R022, R025 and R026 are internally assessed through coursework and R021 is assessed by an external examination in the June of year 10.

This course offers students who would like to work in health care, social care or child care an opportunity to learn many of the skills considered to be essential for their future career. Many of these skills, communication skills in particular, are also transferrable to many other industry sectors.’

• Link to specification https://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/82369-specification.pdf

KS4 Learning Journey

• Textbook: Hodder Education, Cambridge National Level 1/2 Health and Social Care https://www.hoddereducation.co.uk/subjects/health-social-care/products/level-2/cambridge-national-level-1-2-health-and-social-car

• Revision guide: Hodder Education, my revision notes, Cambridge Nationals Level 1/2 Health and Social Care

https://www.hoddereducation.co.uk/subjects/health-social-care/products/general/my-revision-notes-cambridge-national-level-1-2-he

• Link for practice exam papers https://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/cambridge-nationals/health-and-social-care-level-1-2-j801-j811/assessment/

• Key date: Tuesday 16th June 2020 (pm) R021 examination for current year 10 cohort

KS5: Students study the OCR Cambridge Technicals Level 3 extended certificate in health and social care

‘This course is the equivalent to a A-Level but instead of A*-G grades students receive a Pass, Merit, Distinction or Distinction* grading. The units studied can be found below, units 1-4 are mandatory units and units 17 and 24 have been selected from a list of optional units of study. Units 2, 3 and 4 are assessed by external examinations (units 2 and 3 in the summer of year 12 and unit 4 in the January of year 13). Units 1, 17 and 24 are then internally assessed through coursework.’

KS5 learning journey

• Textbook: Hodder Education Cambridge Technicals level 3 Health and Social Care

https://www.hoddereducation.co.uk/subjects/health-social-care/products/level-3/cambridge-technicals-level-3-health-and-social-car

• Revision guide: Hodder Education, my revision notes, Cambridge Technicals level 3 Health and Social Care https://www.hoddereducation.co.uk/subjects/health-social-care/products/general/my-revision-notes-cambridge-technicals-level-3-he

• Link for practice exam papers https://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/cambridge-technicals/health-and-social-care/assessment/#level-3

• Key dates: Wednesday 13th May 2020 – unit 2 examination, Friday 15th May 2020 – unit 3 examination for current year 12 cohort.

• KS5 units studied, unit 1 (building positive relationships in health & social care), unit 2 (equality, diversity and rights in health & social care), unit 3 (health, safety & security in health & social care), unit 4 (anatomy & physiology for health & social care), unit 17 (supporting people with mental health conditions), unit 24 (public health)

For any questions or to find out more information speak to Mrs Gregory in room 44.

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