The book is available to order at a cost of £8.00 through the school office.
Food and Nutrition is taught in a purpose built room.
University might seem a long way off when you’re deciding on your GCSEs or picking up your results, but your GCSE choices and grades can directly impact your later options at sixth form or college – and ultimately, your university choices.
Most universities look for at least a 5 or 4 (previously a C) in GCSE English, maths and perhaps science.
If you're collecting results in summer 2019, things will be a lot simpler than it has been for previous students, as pretty much all GCSE subjects will be marked under the new system, outlined above.
If you're unclear what your grades mean or how they compare, speak to a teacher on results day.
Your DT Food lessons will have prepared you well, but there are many aspects to this interesting new course focussing on healthy eating, food science and practical cooking skills.
There is a brand new textbook to support the course and students will be cooking every week.
Some university courses go further and list specific subjects and grades they expect you to have – so make sure you check directly with universities to find out their requirements.
Use our course search to see what universities ask for in their entry requirements for specific courses.