Head of Department: Andrew Brunt
TIC: Nicola Potts
In home economics, students develop an understanding of the factors that influence the well-being of individuals and families within the home and community and of the actionspeople take to enhance and substain those environments. In the context of food and nutrition, students evaluate current issues and theories of nutrition, identify and reflect on factors that influence people's choices and behacviours, and use this knowledge to make informed decisions.
Through the processes of selecting, preparing, cooking, and serving food, students develop their creativity and experience a sence of accomplishment. At the same time, they develop personal and interpersonal understandings and skills that contribute to well-being.