Health and Social Y10

Overall Curriculum Goals

By the end of this year, students from this year group should understand:

1.       Human Lifespan development

2.       Health and Social Care Services and Values

Health and Wellbeing

Half Term 1

Half Term 2 & 3

Half Term 4 & 5

Half Term 6

Topic Title: 

Component 1: Human Lifespan Development

Topic Title: 

Component 2: Health and Social Care Services and Values

Topic Title: 

Component 3: Health and Wellbeing

Topic Title: 

Care Values

Topic Intent:

In this component, students will study how people grow and develop over the course of their life, from infancy to old age, this includes physical, intellectual, emotional and social development, and the different factors that may affect them. An individual’s development can be affected by major life events, such as marriage, parenthood or moving house, and students will learn about how people adapt to these changes, as well as the types and sources of support that can help them. Students will develop transferable skills, such as written communication skills, which will support their progression to Level 2 or 3 vocational or academic qualifications.

Topic Intent:

Component 2 will give students an understanding of health and social care services and will help develop skills in applying care values that are common across the sector (some of which are transferable to other sectors that involve interactions with clients or customers). This component will help you to progress to Level 1 or 2 vocational or academic qualifications.

Topic Intent: 

In this component 3, students look at the factors that can have a positive or negative influence on a person’s health and wellbeing. Students will learn to interpret physiological and lifestyle indicators, and what they mean for someone’s state of health. Students will learn how to use this information to design an appropriate plan for improving someone’s health and wellbeing, including short- and long-term targets. Additionally, students will explore the difficulties an individual may face when trying to make these changes.

Topic Intent:

This topic gives students an opportunity to demonstrate the Care Values through role play.   This assignment is split into three parts. The first part will be in the form of a practical, where students will need to demonstrate the 7 Care Values. This step will be carried out in a role play of a given scenario.

The second part of the assignment will be a written review which accurately self-assesses student’s effectiveness as a Care Worker in the scenario using a WWW/EBI structure.

The third part of the assignment is a written response to teacher feedback, where students agree/disagree with feedback and justify their comments.

Key Content / Skills:  

Learning aim A: Understand human growth and development across life stages and the factors that affect it
  • Human growth and development across life stages
  • Factors affecting growth and development
Learning aim B: Investigate how individuals deal with life events
  • Different types of life event
  • Coping with change caused by life events

Key Content / Skills:  

Learning aim A: Understand the different types of health and social care services and barriers to accessing them
  • Health and social care services
  • Barriers to accessing services
Learning aim B: Demonstrate care values and review own practice
  • Care values
  • Reviewing own application of care values

Key Content / Skills:  

  • AO1 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of factors that affect health and wellbeing
  • AO2 Interpret health indicators
  • AO3 Design a person-centred health and wellbeing improvement plan
  • AO4 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of how to overcome obstacles relating to health and wellbeing improvement plans

Key Content / Skills:  

  • What are the 7 care values?
  • Overview of what each care value is and why it is important.
  • Discussion about why we need to demonstrate care values.
  • The importance of the care values.
  • Empowering and promoting independence.
  • What is empowerment? Examples shared and discussed.
  • What is independence?
  • Some causes of loss of independence.

Assessment:

Assignment 1 (internally assessed)

Assessment:

Assignment 2 (internally assessed)

Assessment:

Assignment 3 (internally assessed)

Assessment:

Assignment 4 (internally assessed)

Home Learning:

as required

Home Learning:

as required

Home Learning:

as required

Home Learning:

as required

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

Health and Social Care aims to give students an insight into some aspects of the health and social care environment, ranging from how the human develops from birth to death to different types of support that might be used, and to seeing how care values are expressed. About three million people in the UK work in the health and social care sector – the equivalent to one in every 10 people. Demand for both health and social care is liable to continue to rise due to the ageing population, and so will play a very important role within the UK society. With this, there will be a greater demand for people to work in these roles.

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