Food & Hospitality - 2FOH20
Students focus on the dynamic nature of the food and hospitality industry in Australian society. They develop an understanding of contemporary approaches and issues related to food and hospitality. Students work independently and collaboratively to achieve common goals. They develop skills and safe work practices in the preparation, storage and handling of food, complying with current health and safety legislation. Students investigate and debate contemporary food and hospitality issues and current management practices.
Stage 2 Topics
- Contemporary and Future Issues
- Economic and Environmental Influences
- Political and Legal Influences
- Sociocultural Influences
- Technological Influences
Stage 2 Assessment
Physical Education - 1PHD10 & 2PHD20
Through Physical Education, students explore the participation in and performance of human physical activities. It is an experiential subject in which students explore their physical capacities and investigate the factors that influence and improve participation and performance outcomes, which lead to greater movement confidence and competence. Education ‘in’ physical activity involves students making meaning of personal movement experiences. Education ‘through’ physical activity involves students using movement to strengthen their personal, intellectual, and social skill development. Education ‘about’ physical activity involves students developing an understanding of biophysical, psychological, and sociocultural domains through participation in physical activity. Physical activities can include sports, theme-based games, laboratories, and fitness and recreational activities.
Stage 1 & 2 Topics
- In movement
- Through movement
- About movement
Students explore movement concepts and strategies through a range of group and individual physical activities to promote participation and performance improvements.
- Body awareness
- Movement quality
- Spatial awareness
- Executing movement
- Creating space
- Making decisions
Stage 2 Assessment (Stage 1 Assessment mirrors the requirements of Stage 2)