Teaching & Learning
Health & Social Care
This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.
Health and social care encompasses a range of key elements which prepare students for the sociological and physiological demands of life, ensuring they leave Cardinal Newman as independent, effective members of society. This includes communication skills and an understanding of physical and mental health issues. It also gives those who wish to enter a career in the sector an idea of the range of opportunities that are available for them through work experience placements in a healthcare setting.
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Welcome to the Health & Social Care Department!
Health and Social Care is a successful department gaining outstanding results. we cover a range of topics which are vast and varied, allowing students an insight into the different aspects that make up the Health and Social Care sector in the wider community.
You can opt to take Health and Social Care in Year 9.
In year 10 you begin work on your Cambridge Nationals level 2 qualification. During the course you will cover a variety of units which are linked to different areas of the Health and Social Care sector, including first aid and communication. Completing this course will give students access to studying the subject in our Sixth Form where we offer a Level 3 Cambridge Technicals course which is equivalent to two A levels.
At KS4 and KS5 we follow the OCR specification which can be found at the bottom of this page.
Knowledge Books can be found below:
Exam Specifications can be found below: