YEAR 11
McAuley High School edited (77 of 119)Technology
Students will produce a portfolio based on a given context. They provide evidence of brief development as well as generating and testing design ideas which will be used to produce an outcome. The cost of this course depends on student choice of materials.

YEAR 12
Early Childhood Education
This course is a partnership programme with MIT. It is designed to introduce students to education and care of young children in early childhood education settings. It leads to the MIT Certificate of Achievement in Early Childhood Education. Students who take this course should be interested in a career in Early Childhood Education.

Hospitality
This course is designed to introduce students to kitchen hygiene, the use of equipment, safety procedures and fundamental kitchen practices in the work place. It develops skills in knife handling and maintenance, in the production of vegetable cuts, salads and sandwiches and in grilling, frying and roasting. All standards have a theory and practical component. Regular attendance is essential as practical assessments will be carried out weekly.

Technology
Students will produce a portfolio based on a given context showing evidence of the decisions made in the brief development process. They will also make and test a prototype using ongoing stakeholder feedback.

McAuley High School edited (102 of 119)YEAR 13
Early Childhood Education
This course is a partnership programme with MIT. It follows on from the Year 12 course and leads to the MIT Certificate of Achievement in Early Childhood Education, Level 3. It continues to build knowledge and skills in the education and care of young children in an early childhood setting. Students who take this course should be planning a career in Early Childhood Education.

Hospitality
This course provides students with the opportunity to attain the “Certificate in the Art of Coffee Making” which encompasses Level 2 and 3 credits and is assessed in partnership with MIT. This part of the programme assists students in gaining employment as Baristas. Students also develop skills in food and beverage service as part of the practical dimensions of the food safety and nutrition in commercial catering standards at Level 3. Regular attendance is essential as practical assessment will be carried out weekly.