Hospitality & Catering

Key Stage 3
The KS3 curriculum provides opportunity for students to make a range of sweet and savoury dishes, using different methods, techniques and skills. Skills are sequenced to progress towards the Key stage 4 curriculum.
Every student is encouraged to work as part of a team or independently where possible to help improve their confidence and understanding of the subject. The theory and practical knowledge gained in KS3 will be the foundation for students to succeed in the Key stage 4 WJEC Hospitality & Catering Level 1 and 2 course.

Key Stage 4
WJEC level 1 / 2 award in Hospitality and Catering at Newbridge House offers a fantastic opportunity for the pupils to develop their knowledge and extend their skills within hospitality and catering in a vocational context.

It provides opportunities for pupils to develop a range of Key Skills and their capacity for imaginative, innovative thinking, creativity and independence.

We currently deliver the WJEC Award qualification where the specification encourages the investigation and study of hospitality and catering in a variety of contexts. In these contexts the candidates are given opportunities to acquire competence, capability and critical skills through the creation, implementation, use and evaluation of a range of resources.

The specification uses a range of assessment techniques to enable the pupils to respond through practical and investigative work.

The Award in Hospitality and Catering requires learners to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:

The industry: accommodation; food and beverage; front of house
The types of products and services provided
A range of customer groups
Job roles, career opportunities and relevant training
Appropriate forms of communication within the industry
The importance of record keeping
The range of equipment used in the hospitality and catering industry.