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Health and Social Care Level 2 Component 2A Resources and Lessons

Health and Social Care Level 2 Component 2A Resources and Lessons

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Component 2 Health Services and Values

15 lessons of teaching to prepare pupils for accessing Component 2a assessment.

Topics include primary and secondary care, services for children and adults and those with special needs, barriers to accessing health and social services and planning lessons for the assignment.

Each presentation has a starter activity and suggested lesson activities. There are activity files for some of the corresponding activities and suggested homework tasks have been built in.

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Health and Social Care and Child Development are crucial elements of both the Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 curriculum at Park Academy West London. The aim of the curriculum is to ensure all students experience and develop key life skills and knowledge. This will ensure they are equipped with the skills and attributes they need for future learning and entering the world of work. The curriculum provided continuous links to career opportunities and pathways, ensuring that students develop an understanding of how their learning can lead to a variety of career options.  The underpinning values of both subjects is to develop student’s ability to show care, compassion and effective communication. Cultural Capital is a key part of the curriculum, which increases student participation and understanding of the subject content. Students will be provided with opportunities to put theory into practice.

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Component 2 Health & Social Care Services & Values Assessment Mats for BTEC Tech Award in Health & Social Care (2022)

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This set of seven Assessment Mats, for students taking the new 2022 specification BTEC Tech Award in Health & Social Care, provide students with structured case-study based resources for Component 2 Health & Social Care Services & Values, covering Learning Aims A & B.

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The intent of the department curriculum is to ensure that all students acquire the skills, knowledge and interdependence required to work in this industry. Students are supported and encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning and develop skills that are essential for the modern-day workplace. Students are academically challenged through the broadness of the curriculum and a range of real-life scenarios which is aimed to prepare them for the future. We offer the BTEC Level 2 course at Key Stage 4, this course offers a clear assessment programme which gives students the opportunity to independently strive to achieve their full potential. The course gives students an insight into the skills and qualities required to work in a health and social care setting.

Schedule of Learning

Module 1: Component 1 – Human Lifespan Development 

  • Learning Aim A – Understand human growth and development across life stages and the factors that affect it 
  • A1 Human growth and development across life stages
  • A2 Factors affecting growth and development 

Module 2:  Component 1 – Human Lifespan Development 

  • Learning Aim B: Understand how individuals deal with life events 
  • B1 Different types of life event
  • B2 Coping with change caused by life events

Module 3:  Component 1 – Human Lifespan Development 

  • Course work (LAA): – Outline, explain, compare and assess the changing impact of different factors in the growth and development across three life stages of a selected individual.

Modul e 4: Component 1 – Human Lifespan Development 

  • Course work (LAB) – Outline, explain, compare and assess how well two individuals adapted to a life event and the role and value of support.

Module 5:  Component 2- Health and Social Care Services and Values

  • Learning aim A: Understand the different types of health and social care services and barriers to accessing them
  • A1 Healthcare services
  • A2 Social care services
  • A3 Barriers to accessing services

Module 6:  Component 2 –  Health and Social Care Services and Values              

  • Learning aim B: Understanding the skills, attributes and values required to give care
  • B1 Skills and attributes in health and social care
  • B2 Values in health and social care
  • B3 The obstacles individuals requiring care may face
  • B4 The benefits to individuals of the skills, attributes and values in health and social care practice

Module 1: Component 3 –  Health and Wellbeing 

  • Learning Aim B – Interpreting health indicators 
  • B1 Physiological indicators
  • B2 Lifestyle indicators

Module 2: Component 3 –  Health and Wellbeing 

  • Learning Aim C – Person centred health and wellbeing improvement plans
  • C1 Health and wellbeing improvement plans
  • C2 Obstacles to implementing plans

Module 3: Component 3 –  Health and Wellbeing 

  • Revision for Learning Aims A,B and C 
  • Externally assessed examination (Learning Aims  A, B and C)

Module 4: Component 2 – Health and social care services and values

  • Learning Aim B: Demonstrate care values and review own practice
  • B1  Care values 
  • B2  Reviewing own application of care values
  • Course work (LAB) – Summarise feedback and demonstrate the care values independently, making justified recommendations for improvements.

Module 5: Component 2 and 3 – Coursework and resit/retake revision

  • Standards verification for coursework for components 1 and 2 
  • Component 3: (Revision for Learning Aims A,B,C if applicable)

Implementation

At KS4, students develop an understanding of ‘human life span development’, and the importance of ‘health and social care values in the sector’. Students will develop vocabulary and knowledge through role-plays and case studies. All students will be registered to complete the Level 2 BTEC Tech Award in Health and Social Care which consist of three mandatory components.

The impact of the BTEC Health and Social Care Curriculum can be measured in terms of the increase in the number of students progressing from Level 2 to 3. Engagement, progress attainment as evidenced through coursework and exam results. Raising aspirations through increased awareness and understanding of a range of Health and Social Care careers and entry routes. This subject also provides pathways into a wide variety of career options including nursing, teaching and education, social care, and provides access to numerous apprenticeships and study options within the NHS. 

Across the course there will be two internally assessed components of work (worth 30% each) and one externally assessed examination (component 3, worth 40%). Internal assessments have strict deadlines and are externally moderated to ensure accuracy of marking. 

Students are graded for each component as Level 1 Pass, Level 1 Merit, Level 2 Pass, Level 2 Merit or Level 2 Distinction depending on the quality of coursework and marks achieved in the examination. Each grade is weighted in terms of points and the combined points from the three components determine their overall performance raging from Level 1 Pass up to and including a Distinction* (equivalent GCSE grade 8/9).

For more information, please read our  assessment recording and reporting cycle .

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Pearson BTEC Level 1/Level 2 Tech Award in Health and Social Care (Equivalent to 1 GCSE)

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  • Development of work-ready skills such as team work, experiencing research, extended writing and meeting deadlines​
  • Explore specialist skills to promote excellence in standards of care
  • Develop empath, compassion and a 'can do' approach

Students will complete 3 components, each comprising a number of topics:

Component 1: Human Lifespan Development

  • Human growth and development across life stages
  • Factors affecting growth and development
  • Different types of life event
  • Coping with change caused by life events

Component 2: Health and Social Care Services and Values

  • Health and social care services
  • Barriers to accessing services
  • Care values
  • Reviewing the application of care values

Component 3: Health and Wellbeing

  • Factors affecting health and wellbeing
  • Physiological health indicators
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  • Obstacles to implements improvement plans

Components 1 and 2 are assessed through internal assessment. Students will be set assignments to complete to allow them to demonstrate their learning and highlight their understanding of the connection between knowledge and practice.

Human Lifespan Development (2 pieces of coursework 30%)

Health and Social Care Services and Values (2 pieces of coursework 30%)

Component 3 is exam based and worth 60 marks, making up 40% of the qualification. Students will be asked to identify and use effectively a number of skills, techniques, theories and knowledge from across the whole course.

Health and Wellbeing (Exam 40%)

Curriculum Overview

  • Learn the core values that Health and Social Care professionals demonstrates in a range of contexts​
  • Learn about the factors which can affect individuals throughout the life stages​
  • Interpret health information and create health plans to improve the wellbeing of a service use

Year 10 - Term 1 Human Lifespan Development

Year 10 - Term 2 Human Lifespan Development / Health and Wellbeing

Year 10 - Term 3 Health and Wellbeing

Year 11 - Term 1 Health and Wellbeing / Health and Social Care Services and Values

Year 11 - Term 2 Health and Social Care Services and Values

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Primary/Secondary teaching​, Social work​, Physiotherapy​, Police​, Nursery teaching​, Nursery Nurse​, Midwifery​, Nursing​ and Childcare​

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Curriculum intent.

The Health and Social Care curriculum is directly related to employability in the National Health Service and many private health institutions; employment opportunities range from doctors and surgeons to auxiliary care workers on wards or in care homes and a variety of different types of social care work, including hospice care workers.

At The Dorcan Academy students are given the opportunity to develop a rich subject knowledge alongside developing skills that will underpin a future career in the health and social care sector. They undertake this whilst developing the characteristics of courage, honesty and integrity alongside personal responsibility, self-discipline, and compassion for all people – crucial to any linked career.

Understanding key knowledge such as the human development cycle, the work undertaken by different aspects of the health and social care sector and understanding the physiological and lifestyle indicators underpin, shape and support the learners’ own personal development and their contribution to the communities they live in; supporting preparation for life in the world, work, and their own wellbeing. We promote an understanding of how people grow and develop throughout their lives and encourage positive lifestyle choices and relationships during expected and unexpected life events.

Students develop an understanding of good practice in health and social care settings and how Health Care Values are applied to support individuals who use these services through the development of communication and cooperation between colleagues and service uses.

In Health and Social Care last year, 72% of students achieved grades L2D* to L2M; and 100% achieved grades L2D* to L2P.

What we study – Topic Overview

How we assess.

In Health and Social Care, students are assessed through the submission of 4 coursework pieces and a final 2 hour exam , which students sit in February of Year 2.

Components 1 and 2 are assessed internally with an assignment brief given. This is an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills that have been acquired from classroom learning. Component 3 is an external assessment set by the exam board – Pearson – and provides students with  the opportunity to being together their learning from Components 1 and 2

The assessment process is broken down as:

Component 1 Human Lifespan Development: 60 marks available. 30 % qualification weighting.

Component 2: Health and Social Care Services and Values:  60 marks available. 30% qualification weighting.

Component 3: Health and Wellbeing: 60 marks available. 40% qualification weighting.

Meet the team

Mrs Serah Whatley – English Teacher and Health and Social Care Teacher

Curriculum Allocation

Students may choose Health and Social Care as an option at GCSE and receive 5 lessons a fortnight.

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Health and social care – Essential Skills Application of number (Levels 1 and 2) – BBC Bitesize

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Health and social care curriculum vision - click to expand, health and social care - curriculum overviews.

The Pearson BTEC Level 1/Level 2 Tech Award in Health and Social Care (2022):

Is a level 2 qualification; however, it is graded at Level 2 Pass, Level 2 Merit, Level 2 Distinction, Level 2 Distinction*

Is designed for learners aged 14 years and over.

Is a 120 guided-learning-hour qualification (equivalent in teaching time to one GCSE subject).

Has 3 core units/components.

Has 2 internal assessments (externally set by Pearson and worth 60% of the qualification), and 1 final 2 hour exam worth 40% of the final qualification.

It has been developed to:

Give learners the opportunity to gain a broad understanding and knowledge of the health and social care sector.

Give learners a more focused understanding of health and social care through the selection of optional specialist units.

Give learners the opportunity to develop a range of personal skills and techniques, through the selection of units that are essential for successful performance in working life.

Give opportunities for learners to achieve a nationally recognised level 1/level 2 health and social care qualification.

Support progression into a more specialised level 3 vocational or academic course or into an apprenticeship.

Content Overview

Component 1: Human Lifespan Development: Learners will explore different aspects of growth and development and the factors that can affect this across the life stages. They will explore the different events that can impact on individuals’ physical, intellectual, emotional and social development and how individuals cope with and are supported through changes caused by life events. 

Component 2: Health and Social Care Services and Values: Learners will explore health and social care services and how they meet the needs of service users. They will also study the skills, attributes and values required when giving care. 

Component 3: Health and Wellbeing: Learners will explore the factors that affect health and wellbeing, learning about physiological and lifestyle indicators, and person-centred approaches to make recommendations to improve an individual’s health and wellbeing

Expectations/Approaches/Policies

Our approach to teaching and learning supports the specialist vocational nature of BTEC qualifications. Teaching at Parklands gives a balance of practical skill development and knowledge requirements. Learners are able to apply their learning to real events and scenarios and activities within the health and social care sector. Learners examine and discuss media articles that highlight developments in the health and social sector, or examples of good and bad practice. Learner reflection is also encouraged, which is important in health and social care.

The delivery of the BTEC Tech Award is enriched and extended by the use of:

Case study materials set within health and social care.

Visits by learners to local health and social care settings.

Inviting relevant parents, service users or contacts to come to speak to the learners about either what it is like to work in the health and social care sector or their experiences of using health and social care services.

Asking a local employer to discuss particular case studies and real-life experiences, related to the units within the qualification.

Arranging role plays or simulated activities to illustrate examples of good and bad practice, such as the effective or ineffective application of communication skills within health and social care scenarios (e.g. between staff, or between health and social care workers and service users).

Learners will receive regular verbal feedback from their class teacher to help them organise and improve class notes, a crucial resource. Learners will complete assignments (coursework) set externally by Pearson during the teaching of Components 1 and 2, in the lead up to this they can expect to complete mock assignments which will be marked in line with the expectations of the Awarding Body. During the examined Component 3 unit, learners can expect to complete practice exam papers and staff will provide feedback here to drive improvement.

How can parents support their children

Support is essential throughout Years 10 and 11 in terms of attendance and positive behaviour for learning so vital lessons and coursework opportunities are not missed. You can also support your child by ensuring they meet coursework deadlines as this will affect their overall grade for this qualification. Learners will bring their course workbooks home on occasion to complete extension tasks set by their class teacher, the support of parents here is vital in ensuring the tasks are completed and pupils are not missing opportunities to deepen their understanding of key knowledge.

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Ks4: btec level 1/2 health and social care.

We  aim to ensure our students  are able to acquire technical knowledge and skills through vocational contexts as part of their Key Stage 4 learning. This qualification will broaden students’ experience and understanding of the varied progression options available  to them. In lessons  students are able to build their confidence through role play scenarios which are part of their assignments. Students are able to develop and demonstrate their competence in writing as assignments  facilitate and encourage report  and essay as part of its delivery. The focus is on building skills to show aptitude and improving understanding of progression options so that students who achieve one or more of the qualifications are equipped to go on to become work ready for an occupation post-16

The Award gives students the opportunity to develop sector-specific knowledge and skills  in a practical learning environment. They are given the opportunity  to be creative in an environment which facilitates their learning; builds on their skills to  ensure they  are able to pursue future studies in the health and social  care  or other relevant sector of their interests.  

Students are expected  to complete 3 components of work over 2 years. The three components in the qualification give learners the opportunity to develop broad knowledge and understanding of health and social care at Levels 1 and 2. 

During the 2 years  students are expected to explore 3 topic areas across the 3 components:

  • Component 1 – Human Lifespan Development 
  • Component 2 – Health and Social Care Services  and Values 
  • Component 3 – Health and Wellbeing

Internal assessment Components 1 and 2 are assessed through internal assessment. Internal assessment for  these components has been designed to relate to achievement of application and understanding of the HSC  sector through realistic tasks and activities. This style of assessment promotes deep learning through ensuring the connection between knowledge and practice. The components will focus on the various  aspects and topics.

An assignment is issued to students as an assignment brief with a defined start date, a completion date and clear requirements for the evidence that they need to provide.

Internal assessment is through assignments that are subject to external standards verification.  These assignments can adapt materials to our local contexts and assess assignments. Students are taught  the content then given the opportunity  to complete  the coursework ( Internal assessment) These  are then marked and moderated  by class teachers.(Assessor  and Internal Verifier) These  are also moderated  by Pearson Standard Verifier.

Students  are prepared  for this course by  starting with their coursework units,  this is to ensure coursework for components 1 and 2  are completed during the first year. There is one external assessment, Component 3, it provides the main synoptic assessment for the qualification. Component 3 builds directly on Components 1 and 2, and enables learning to be brought together and related to a real-life situation. 

Exam practice is introduced early in preparing students  for the Component 3 exam. This is to ensure students’ competence in answering questions such as relating to  analyse, evaluate and application. Students are permitted to resit the external assessment once during their programme by taking a new assessment. This will give students the best opportunity to achieve their very best grade e.g. Level 2 Distinction/ Level 2 Merit for their final qualification in this subject.

Schedule of learning

Component 1: human lifespan development .

  • Module 1 – A1 Human growth and development across life stages 
  • Module 2 – A2 Factors affecting growth and development 
  • Module 3 – B1 Different types of life event 
  • Module 4 – B2 Coping with change caused by life events

Component 2: Health and Social Care Services  and Values

  • Module 5 – A1 Health and social care services 
  • Module 6 – A2 Barriers to accessing services /A Factors that affect health and wellbeing

During  year 10  students  will complete Component 1,  aspects of Component 2 & 3 to ensure readiness for 1st sitting of Component 3 in January/February series.

Please see Pearson Tec Award 2017  for more detail information on the topics taught in year 11.  Pearson Tech Award 2022. N.B Taught for new year 10 in 2023/24

Component 3: Health and Wellbeing

  • Module 1 – A Factors that affect health and wellbeing 
  • Module 2 – B Interpreting health indicators 
  • Module 3 – C Person-centred health and wellbeing improvement plans
  • Module 4 – A2 Barriers to accessing services 
  • Module 5 – B1 Care values 
  • Module 6 – B2 Reviewing own application of care values

During year 11 students will complete Component 3 in readiness for their first sitting of Component 3 in January/ February series.  Then following this exam  students will complete Component 2. Students are able to resit the external assessment in the summer series if necessary.

Exam Board Information

  • Pearson  BTEC Level 1/ Level 2 Tech Award in Health and Social Care

KS5: BTEC Level 3 Health and social care

Course outline.

We aim to ensure  students pursuing a study in Level 3 Extended  Diploma In Health and Social Care will learn the practical skills and knowledge to progress to their chosen career. With qualifications designed for working in the healthcare sector,  BTEC can prepare our students for real-life working experiences. They also  have access to work-related learning through work experience placements, giving them an edge and opening the door to higher education or employment in the healthcare or social care sectors. With expert professionals delivering the course students are  able to  develop transferable skills  such as communication, research and analysis during  their course.  Students have clear progression routes into higher education or employment: such as a BSc. in Health and Social Care, BSc. in Nursing, or direct entry-level employment, training or apprenticeships. The course provides students with practical  assessment  which will enable them to fit theory to practise and  as such ensures a high success rate of all students who pursue this course.

Schedule of Learning

The course consists of 13 units of work over the 2 years. These are 9 coursework units and 4 exams. The first 8 units are mandatory and the other 5 units are optional.

Mandatory Units 

  • 1 – Human lifespan development
  • 2 – Working in Health and Social Care 
  • 3 – Anatomy and Physiology for Health and Social Care
  • 4 – Enquiries into Current Research in Health and Social Care 
  • 5 – Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs 
  • 6 – Work Experience in Health and Social Care
  • 7 – Principles of Safe Practice in Health and Social Care
  • 8 – Promoting Public Health

Optional units

  • 9 – Infection Prevention and Control 
  • 11 – Psychological Perspectives
  • 12 – Supporting Individuals with Additional Needs 
  • 18 – Assessing Children’s Development Support Needs 
  • 20 – Understanding Mental Wellbeing

These can be changed by centres depending on the interest of the cohort of students

Unit 6 is a practical unit where students are expected to complete 100 hours of Work Experience in at least 2 different work placements, which can include Nurseries, Care homes , After school clubs  and Primary schools. During these placements. Students will be expected to complete a Work Experience Log of evidence as a part of their coursework.

 Lessons are led by teachers, where students will take their own notes , complete research tasks and coursework assignments. In year 12 and 13 students are expected to complete two of the 4 exams. These  are taught by teachers and  students are prepared for their exams by the use of Pearson exam practice papers, mark schemes and Examiners Report which are accessible via their Exam wizard website.

Please see Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care for  more detail information on the topics taught in year 12 and 13 

  • Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care

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  • 6 – Work Experience in Health and Social Care 

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Health and Social Care

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Key Stage 4 Btec Tech Award Level 2 Health and Social Care (New September 2022)

What does the qualification cover?

The Tech Award gives learners the opportunity to develop applied knowledge in the following areas:

  • The life stages and key characteristics in the physical, intellectual, emotional and social (PIES) development classifications, and the different factors that can affect an individual’s growth and development
  • Different life events and how individuals can adapt or be supported through changes caused by life events
  • Health and social care conditions, how they can be managed by the individual, and the different health and social care services that are available
  • The barriers and obstacles an individual may encounter and how these can be overcome
  • The skills, attributes and values required to give care and how these benefit the individual
  • How factors can affect an individual’s current health and wellbeing
  • How physiological indicators and an individual’s lifestyle choices determine physical health
  • The use of the person-centred approach
  • Recommendations and actions to improving health and wellbeing, the barriers or obstacles individuals may face when following recommendations, and the support available to overcome.

How will you be graded?

You will receive marks for each component. These marks will be added together to calculate a final grade. Grades are awarded from level 1 pass through to level 2 distinction *. Your teacher will communicate marks for each component once work has been submitted, marked and externally moderated by the exam board. This will allow you to track your progress throughout the course.

You will be set deadlines for coursework to be submitted. These deadlines MUST be met. Failure to submit work by the given deadlines will result in a component being incomplete. This is the responsibility of the student to ensure work is submitted to teachers when requested. Deadlines will be given well in advance so you can plan accordingly.

Plagiarism, copying other students work, or directly copying from textbooks and the internet is taken seriously and will result in coursework failure. All coursework must be the individual’s own work.

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See our Health & Social Care Curriculum below at Bentley Wood for KS4 and KS5

  • Health and Social Care Curriculum Overview

BTEC Level 2 Tech Award in Health & Social Care

  Examining Board: Pearson Edexcel

  Aims of the Course

This course gives learners the opportunity to study how people grow and develop over the course of their lives, from infancy to old age, and the factors that may affect this, such as major life changing events like marriage or parenthood. Students learn how people adapt to these changes as well as the types of support available to help them.

  Students also learn about the different health and social care services, and about ‘care values’ and their importance in making sure that the people who use these services get the care they need. Learners are able to demonstrate these care values practically.

Students develop skills in interpreting data about someone’s state of health in order to design a plan that allows them to improve their health and wellbeing.

  • Component 1: Human Lifespan Development
  • Component 2: Health and Social Care Services and Values
  • Component 3: Health and Wellbeing

Component 1 : This unit provides students with the opportunity to explore how we grow and develop throughout our lives and to investigate the factors that affect this growth and development.

Component 2 : In this unit students gain an understanding of different health and social care services, barriers to accessing services and how care values are applied in health and social care settings, and their importance to work in the sector.

Component 3: This unit allows students to learn about physiological and lifestyle factors that affect health and wellbeing of individuals.

Method of Assessment

The new BTEC Tech Award in Health and Social Care contain two forms of assessment:

  • Component 1 and 2 are assessed through two x 6 hour-controlled assessments (which are externally moderated by Pearson Edexcel) and make up 60% of the total course.
  • Component 3 is a two-hour external exam and makes up the remaining 40% of the course.

This qualification is the same size and level as a GCSE, although it is graded using a pass, merit and distinction system.  

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  Recommended Reading

  • The Health Gap by Michael Marmot (higher achievers)
  • The Patient Paradox by Margaret McCartney (higher achievers)
  • Beautiful by Katie Piper (accessible to all)
  • The Last Act of Love by Cathy Rentzenbrink (middle to higher achievers)
  • Soul Surfer by Bethany Hamilton (accessible to all)
  • Life and Limb: A true Story of Tragedy and Survival by Jamie Andrew (middle to high achievers)

  Key Stage 5 Progression / Career Prospects

A BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care qualification is offered in the Sixth Form at Bentley Wood, which is the equivalent to 3 A Levels and is a solid progression route into the health and social care professions. There is a wide range of careers/interests for which Health and Social Care is relevant.

  • External speakers who work in Health and Social Care
  • Mock interviews with a midwife

  Revision Guides

  • KS4: Revise BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Revision Guide
  • KS4: BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Student Book

BTEC Health and Social Care

Is Health and Social Care the subject for you?

This course will appeal to those students who:

  • Enjoy studying a subject that is relevant to their own lives and experience.
  • Want the opportunity to carry out practical work as well as class work and want to find out more about the subject through personal investigation.
  • Are interested in developing an understanding of caring organisations and the clients they serve.
  • Want to study a course that is active and enjoyable.
  • Want to move onto a related career or higher education course.
  • Would like to work in the health care sector, teaching, police force, youth work, social work etc.

Course content

In Year 12 students study – 

  • Working in Health and Social Care – (examination) Roles and responsibilities of different health and social care professionals.
  • Principles of Safe Practice- (coursework) Legislation and laws in different health and social care settings.
  • Psychological perspectives – (coursework) The study of psychology and perspectives on health and illness.

In Year 13 students study – 

  • Current Research in Health and Social Care (examination) – Different methods of research in health and social care and contemporary research examples.
  • Public Health (coursework) – Government initiatives to improve the health of the nation.
  • Policy in Health and Social Care (coursework) – This unit will encourage you to find out how policy making has an impact on health and social care.

Methods of study

You will gain a broad understanding and develop skills required for health and social care environments. You will have an opportunity to apply learning in a practical and realistic way, whilst following a programme of study that enables progression to both higher education and employment in health and social care. The course will help you develop key skills that are highly valued by employers and universities and gain confidence by developing independent learning skills.

The course involves one day of work experience per week for the whole academic year. It is also co-delivered with Whitmore High School. You will have two days a week attending Bentley Wood and two days attending Whitmore High School.

How will it be examined?

This Extended Diploma is equivalent to three A Levels and will be assessed by:

Externally-assessed units. The units developed for external assessment allow learners to demonstrate breadth and depth of achievement. Each assessment is taken under specified conditions, then marked by Pearson and a grade awarded. Learners are permitted to resit external assessments during their programme.

Internally-assessed units. Most units in the sector are internally assessed. This means that you are provided with assignments that provide the final summative assessment of each unit.

Learners are given opportunities to:

  • write up the findings of their own research
  • use case studies to explore complex or unfamiliar situations
  • carry out projects for which they have choice over the direction and outcomes
  • demonstrate practical and technical skills using appropriate work-based values and practices

Career opportunities

When you have finished the course, you may choose to go into full-time employment or university. Career opportunities could include:

  • Care worker.
  • Social worker.
  • Community support and outreach worker.
  • Supervisors and managers.
  • Occupational therapist.

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