Project ID - TIS001409
Project: The development of KS3 Home Economics resources and assistance with practical cookery sessions. Aims: To develop engaging learning resources; to improve pupil’ confidence and skills in practical sessions

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Holy Cross College
BT82 9EF


Marita McCullagh

Student Skills

Interest in food preparation; ICT Skills; interest and experience in working with young people in a learning environment.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Improved knowledge and understanding of the KS3 Home Economics curriculum and improved practical skills.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The Student tutor will gain knowledge of the KS3 Home Economics curriculum; experience in the creation of resources for KS3 Home Economics pupils; experience and confidence in assisting with practical cookery sessions within a Secondary School Home Economics Department.

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