GLF Schools

GLF Schools

GLF Schools was founded in 2012 in order to enable the federation of Glyn School (an academy in 2011) and Danetree Junior School. Together, we began our journey to become a MAT of more than 1000 talented staff working with over 10,000 children in 40 schools across 5 regions in southern England.

Hospitality and Catering

Food quote

Intent

The studying of this subject is to provide students with the opportunity to develop an appreciation for food and learn life skills that help them make wise choices and lead healthier lives. At key stage 4  students get the opportunity to develop higher level skills that equip them for further learning and progress to employment in the future.

Learning hours

Year group 8 9 10 11
Learning hours per week 1 2 2 2

Knowledge, Understanding and Skills

Year 8 9 10 11
 

Personal Hygiene

Kitchen Hygiene & Safety

Food safety Equipment -use & safety (oven & hob)

Weighing & measuring

Eat-well guide

Nutrients & functions

Methods of cooking

Cake making rubbing -in creaming

Knife skills

Hygiene and safety

Food safety regulations

Risk assessment

Knife skills

Yeast cookery

Cake making

Health and safety

Regulations

Risk assessment

Food safety regulations

Food allergies poisoning & intolerance

Food related illnesses

Cake making & decorating

Pastry 

Variation in yeast cookery

Nutrients-defi ciencies and excess

Methods of cooking

Sustainability

Food choice

Time plan Practical: Develop high level skills (filleting deboning, decorating techniques

Controlled Assessment: Practical & Written presentation

Knowledge

Safety & hygiene practices

Healthy diet

Healthy choices

Safe use of equipment

Safety working with food

The knowledge on regulations and promoting safety in the food industry

Deeper awareness of safety and regulations.

There will be further understanding of the hospitality industry

Awareness of career pathways

Deeper awareness of safety and regulations.

There will be further understanding of the hospitality industry

Awareness of career pathways

Skills

Weighing & measuring

Knife skills

Use equipment safely

 

Independent cooking

Use equipment safely.

Prepare & cook high risk foods safely

Independent cooking using high level skill

5 year learning journey 

Learning-Journey-Hospitality-and-catering.pptx

Specification

https://www.eduqas.co.uk/media/0dzpjezk/wjec-level-1-2-award-in-hospitality-and-catering-speca-from-2016-e-29-11.pdf

Careers

Careers in food graphic

Assessment

Similar to GCSE the course is centred around developing skills and techniques in providing various services in the hospitality and catering industry. Both WJEC and GCSE Hospitality & Catering allocate a weighting of 40 per cent to external assessment and a weighting of 60 per cent to controlled assessment.

Practical tasks are used to simplify and reinforce theory, Written exam type assessments are frequently used to reinforce both theory and practical learning.

Feedback

Feedback in Hospitality and Catering is through the 5 a day, verbal feedback as well as written feedback which is personalised for the individual. 

Learning beyond the classroom

Useful websites to support learning 

http://www.hse.gov.uk/catering http://www.instituteofhospitality.org/ http://www.towards-sustainability.co.uk/

http://www.springboarduk.net/

What our students think about Health and Nutrition