This is my interpretation of the 1 - 9 assessment levels which in my school we are using at to help guide them through the process. I have based the assessment outcomes on the exam board that I am using at GCSE level… (KS3 and KS4 version included. One leads directly on from the other)
I have included the student self assessment trackers for Y7,8 and 9. The students stick these trackers into the front of their books and they complete the self assessment after each practical (usually as a starter in the next theory lesson. I have added a food science focus which challenges students think about and to record how food science has played its part in their dish. This sets them up nicely for GCSE food prep. Also contains a clear framework for you to record your feedback and add a literacy focus for the student. Helps you to provide evidence of your feedback.
Also included are the 3 recipe books which go with these trackers and also the curriculum guide which goes with these three year groups (based on students having 1 lesson per week, for 1 hour for the whole year. Students cook in two half groups so they have 1 theory lesson and then 2 practicals. 1 student cooks, the other helps and then they swap). PLEASE NOTE: THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE THE RESOURCES WHICH GO WITH THE CURRICULUM MAPS.