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Kingswood Secondary Academy

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Curriculum End Points

Year 9;

Pupils will have completed all relevant research in line with course units. Students will have researched suitable equipment and be able to select different pieces of the same equipment type, for example, three different cots for sleeping or three different pushchairs for travelling. Different students may choose the same pieces of equipment, however all students in a cohort should produce different work on suitability and rejection. 

Theoretical content and knowledge taught through units: 

Pupils will learn about the importance of both equipment and nutritional health needs from birth to five years.  

CNAT students follow exam board specs which includes: 

As above plus: 

  1. Nutrients  

  1. Diet requirements of several age ranges 

  1. Effects of poor diets 

Understanding of macro/micro nutrients/vitamins and specialised dietary needs. 

Pupils will gain an understanding of the care needs for children of all ages. Year 9 aims to develop knowledge, understanding and skills that will allow pupils to acquire and further enhance knowledge learned in the next units. Year 9 will gain knowledge and skills to help provide a safe and nurturing environment for children in their assignment. 

Theoretical content and knowledge taught through units: 

Physical, intellectual, and social developmental norms from one to five years. Stages and types of play and how play benefits development. Observation skills, planning, evaluation, research skills will be taught – for example, within the set assignment. 

CNAT  

1) Factors to consider before becoming a parent  

2) Practical assessments 

3) Health and Safety 

4) Durability, hygiene, ergonomics, cost of childcare equipment 

5) Practical assessment 

Year 10;

Pupils will know about the importance of both pre-conception health and creating conditions in which a child can thrive, including the prevention and management of childhood illnesses and creating a safe environment. 

Theoretical content and knowledge taught through units: 

Pupils will learn about the importance of both pre-conception health and creating conditions in which a child can thrive, including the prevention and management of childhood illnesses and creating a safe environment. 

CNAT students follow exam board specs which includes:  

1) Health and well-being for child development- Exam (current Year 10’s 2021) 

2) Pre-conception health and reproduction 

3) The structure and function of the reproductive systems 

4) Antenatal care and preparation for birth 

5) Postnatal checks, postnatal care, and the conditions for development 

6) Childhood illnesses and a child safe environment 

Year 11;

Pupils will have completed all relevant research in line with course units. Year 11 aims to further deepen knowledge, understanding and skills that will allow pupils to acquire and further enhance knowledge learned in preparation for the exam. Year 11 will have gained knowledge and skills to help provide a safe and nurturing environment for children from birth to five years. 

Theoretical content and knowledge taught through units: 

Physical, intellectual, and social developmental norms from one to five years. Stages and types of play and how play benefits development. Observation skills, planning, evaluation, research skills will be taught – for example, within the set assignment. 

CNAT  

1) Factors to consider before becoming a parent  

2) Practical assessments 

3) Health and Safety 

4) Durability, hygiene, ergonomics, cost of childcare equipment 

5) Practical assessment 

Pupils will have completed all relevant research in line with course units. Students will have researched suitable equipment and be able to select different pieces of the same equipment type, for example, three different cots for sleeping or three different pushchairs for travelling. Different students may choose the same pieces of equipment, however all students in a cohort should produce different work on suitability and rejection. 

Theoretical content and knowledge taught through units: 

Pupils will learn about the importance of both equipment and nutritional health needs from birth to five years.  

CNAT students follow exam board specs which includes: 

As above plus: 

1. Nutrients  

2. Diet requirements of several age ranges 

3. Effects of poor diets 

4. Understanding of macro/micro nutrients/vitamins and specialised dietary needs.