Teacher in Charge: Mr P. McAllisterRecommended Prior Learning
To be accepted for this course students must have earned 14 or more credits in Level 2 Food & Nutrition or Level 2 English, or HOF approval
Students will explore and analyse how sugar is affecting individuals and New Zealand society. They will then evaluate school and community initiatives that promote well-being and develop and implement an action plan to instigate or support these.
Students will also explore the influence of multinational corporations influence and their effect on the well-being of New Zealand society. Students will build upon their practical based skills in order to creatively, appropriately, and thoroughly plan, prepare, and present food for both individuals and groups in various scenarios.
This course will develop students’ ability to critically analyse societal attitudes, practices, and legislation to make informed decisions and to act in ways that contribute to their personal well-being, the well-being of other people, and that of society as a whole.
This course has used Level 8 achievement objectives of the Health and Physical Education curriculum.