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Katy's Resource Bank on the TES website has been designed to save you time. The resources are engaging for students. I specialise in Food and Child Development resources. I am an Assistant Headteacher, with over 14 years teaching experience. I teach Food and Nutrition, Hospitality & Catering and Child Development. I also oversee the RE curriculum. I love creating resources and sharing them with the TES community. I hope that my resources help save you some valuable planning time.

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Katy's Resource Bank on the TES website has been designed to save you time. The resources are engaging for students. I specialise in Food and Child Development resources. I am an Assistant Headteacher, with over 14 years teaching experience. I teach Food and Nutrition, Hospitality & Catering and Child Development. I also oversee the RE curriculum. I love creating resources and sharing them with the TES community. I hope that my resources help save you some valuable planning time.
Pasta - Food Commodities
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Pasta - Food Commodities

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This powerpoint and the worksheets can be used in the teaching of WJEC Food and Nutrition. It can also be used in the teaching of KS3 Food and Hospitality and Catering. The work links to Chapter 1 in the WJEC Food and Nutrition book. The information on the powerpoint means that you do not need the text book to teach the lesson. It includes an investigation which is similar to the first assessment looking at the effects of flour on pasta making. It also includes Think Pair Shares, worksheets, facts, a recipe for fresh pasta and a youtube clip. It covers types of pasta and pasta dishes. It explores how pasta is made and coloured and storage. It also has a youtube clip on 7 ways with pasta. There are three worksheets - 1 to go alongside the powerpoint, a tasting sheet and an investigation worksheet. This will take more than 1 lesson. The resources can be edited. I hope that they save you time.
WJEC Hospitality and Catering bundle
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WJEC Hospitality and Catering bundle

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This bundle of lessons is written for the WJEC Hospitality and Catering Course. It includes powerpoints, worksheets (which link to the text book), activities and a recall quiz. It covers Chapters 1-5 in the book. Inc: Food Service, Job roles, Operations, why businesses are successful and dress code It can all be edited. I hope that this saves you time.
Food Allergies and Food Intolerance AC 4.1 and AC 4.5
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Food Allergies and Food Intolerance AC 4.1 and AC 4.5

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This powerpoint was written for teaching WJEC Hospitality and Catering, however it is suitable for GCSE Food and Nutrition, Health and Social Care and Child Development. It links to Chapter 10 in the book and Unit 1. However you do not need the textbook for the lesson. The visually attractive powerpoint includes opportunities for think pair share, a you tube clip, the option for a taste test, a research task and a check out - with an exam style question and a practical suggestion. It covers food allergies and food intolerances (lactose intolerance and coeliac disease). This resource can be edited. I hope that this resource saves you time.
Initiative - Assembly
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Initiative - Assembly

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This assembly describes what the term initiative means, why it is important to employers, how we can show initiative in school. It is 9 slides long and it can be edited. I used it as an assembly
Food Poisoning
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Food Poisoning

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This powerpoint and worksheets work alongside the WJEC Food and Nutrition course but they could be used with any exam board and hospitality and catering. It could be used at KS3. The work relates to Chapter 7 in the textbook - Food Spoilage - Signs and Symptoms. You do not need the textbook to access this powerpoint. It includes a powerpoint and 2 worksheets. The powerpoint includes think pair share exercises, facts that relate to the worksheet and a top trump game about food poisoning bacteria. It covers keywords, causes of food poisoning, conditions needed, moulds and yeasts and types of bacteria. The powerpoint is 13 slides long. I hope that this saves you time My resources can be edited
Operations in a Kitchen AC2.1
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Operations in a Kitchen AC2.1

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This powerpoint was updated on the 10th December and includes slides which guide you through the worksheets that I have made. It needs the text book. It has been written to be taught alongside Unit 1 and chapter 4 in the WJEC Hospitality and Catering course. The work relates to kitchen areas, workflow, rules, kitchen equipment, food safety, materials, stock control, dress code and safety and security issues. It includes think pair share, information, youtube clips, tasks linked to the worksheets. I hope that this saves you time. All my resources can be edited.
Menu Planning
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Menu Planning

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This lesson has been written to be taught as part of the WJEC Hospitality and Catering Course. It links to Unit 2 and Chapter 19 in the book. It include information on menu planning, think pair share tasks, presentation ideas, menu planning and a practical linked to the lesson. This resource can be edited. I hope that this saves you time.
Rice - Food  Commodities
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Rice - Food Commodities

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This powerpoint and the worksheets can be used in the teaching of WJEC Food and Nutrition and Hospitality and Catering. It can also be used in the teaching of KS3 Food. The work links to Chapter 1 in the WJEC Food and Nutrition book and Chapter 23 of the WJEC Hospitality and Catering book. The information on the powerpoint means that you do not need the text book to teach the lesson. It includes an investigation which is similar to the first assessment. It also includes Think Pair Shares, worksheets, facts, a risotto recipe for a practical investigation. It covers rice, types of rice and rice dishes. It explores the nutritional information and storage. There are three worksheets - 1 to go alongside the powerpoint, a tasting sheet and an investigation worksheet. This will take more than 1 lesson. The resources can be edited. I hope that they save you time.
Hospitality and Catering Revision / Recall Questions
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Hospitality and Catering Revision / Recall Questions

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This test has been written as a revision tool for chapters 1-5 in the Hospitality and Catering text book and works alongside the WJEC Hospitality and Catering Course. The test contains 47 1 or 2 mark questions aimed at simple recall. I have included the answers to. This test can be edited and I hope that it saves you time.
Meeting Customer Requirements AC 2.3
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Meeting Customer Requirements AC 2.3

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This powerpoint is linked to the WJEC Hospitality and Catering Course. It links to Chapter 6 in the text book and focuses on customer requirements and expectations. It includes think pair share, research tasks, homework and checkout based exam questions. This powerpoint will take more than one lesson to complete. I hope that it saves you work. This powerpoint can be edited.
How heat is transferred to food during cooking processes
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How heat is transferred to food during cooking processes

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This powerpoint and workbook has been designed for the teaching of WJEC Food and Nutrition. It can also be used in the teaching of WJEC Hospitality and Catering & KS3 Food. It could be used for remote learning. The work links to Chapter 6 the effects of cooking on food, which is found in the WJEC Food and Nutrition book. The information on the powerpoint means that you do not need the text book to teach the lessons. It focuses on : Conduction, Convection, Radiation, how a microwave works and how some dishes rely on more than one method. The powerpoint includes: Think Pair Shares, facts, exam style question and tasks. It also works alongside the workbook. There is one workbook which is 5 pages long and is to be used alongside the powerpoint which is 6 pages long. The resources can be edited. I hope that this saves you some time.
Why do we cook food - the effect of cooking on food
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Why do we cook food - the effect of cooking on food

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This powerpoint, worksheets and workbook has been designed for the teaching of WJEC Food and Nutrition. It can also be used in the teaching of WJEC Hospitality and Catering & KS3 Food. It could be used for remote learning. The work links to Chapter 6 the effects of cooking on food, which is found in the WJEC Food and Nutrition book. The information on the powerpoint means that you do not need the text book to teach the lessons. It focuses on : Why we cook - including denaturation, starch degradation, maillard reaction and caramelisation I LOVE THIS LESSON (it takes me more than one less). Students complete small experiments to demonstrate why we cook. They need one slice of bread, one egg, one carrot and ingredients for a simple white sauce. The powerpoint includes: Think Pair Shares, facts, and tasks. It also works alongside the workbook. This powerpoint will last a couple of lessons. There is one workbook which is 8 pages long and is to be used alongside the powerpoint which is 15 pages long. The resources can be edited. I hope that this saves you some time.
Food Waste
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Food Waste

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This powerpoint and worksheet can be used in the teaching of WJEC Food and Nutrition. It can also be used in the teaching of WJEC Hospitality and Catering & KS3 Food. It could be used in remote learning. The work links to Chapter 7 Food Spoilage in the WJEC Food and Nutrition book and Chapter 3 Factors affecting the success of hospitality and catering providers in the WJEC Hospitality and Catering book. The information on the powerpoint means that you do not need the text book to teach the lessons. The powerpoint focuses on Food Waste. It is a theory lesson. The powerpoint includes: Think Pair Shares, facts, 1 youtube clip, homework and an exam style question. Students start with a think pair share, they then consider the environmental impact of food waste, and the wider implications. They then watch a short clip. They then discuss why we waste food, portion sizes, fridge temperature, shelf life (a very small game), look at use by, best before and display until labels, how to compleate food, use left overs, freeze food, have a sustainable diet and how supermarkets and restauarants are reacting to the problem. There is then an exam style question and some homework. The powerpoint is 19 slides long. The workbook works alongside the slides. It is 2 pages long. The resources can be edited. I hope that they save you time
Environmental Issues AC2.2
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Environmental Issues AC2.2

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This lesson has been written for teaching alongside the WJEC Hospitality and Catering Course. Apart from 1 short slide this powerpoint could be used to teach alongside GCSE food and nutrition. The powerpoint uses think pair shares to explore foods impact on environmental issues. It also includes research tasks into organic food and food waste. It has a suggested practical activity. This resource can be edited. I hope that it saves you some time.
Menu Planning, meeting customer needs Special Diets
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Menu Planning, meeting customer needs Special Diets

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This powerpoint has been written for teaching with the WJEC Hospitality and Catering Course, however this could be taught with GCSE Food and Nutrition when discussing special diets. The powerpoint links to Chapter 21 and Unit 2. It focuses on Nutrition and special diets. It will last a number of lessons. The powerpoint starts with a set of recap questions about the eat well guide. You will need to insert a picture of the eat well guide. It then talks about allergies and intolerances - there are facts, think pair share tasks, tastings, practical ideas and computer investigations. It then asks students to design a menu for a nursery and make links to dairy and gluten intolerances. The students have a computer research task about Vegetarianism and Vegans. It has a practical idea linked to this. It then has a homework task about religious dietary restrictions. This can be taught without a textbook. This resource can be edited and I hope that it saves you time.
Menu Planning, meeting customer needs - organoleptic / sensory analysis and cost
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Menu Planning, meeting customer needs - organoleptic / sensory analysis and cost

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This powerpoint and worksheet is written to be taught with the WJEC Hospitality and Catering course. It links to Chapter 21 and unit 2. It includes a taste test idea, links to key words, includes a youtube clip about the fat duck, links to the worksheet and textbook and includes a practical idea. The resources can be edited. I hope that they save you time.
The Roles and Responsibilities of an Environmental Health Officer AC 4.2
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The Roles and Responsibilities of an Environmental Health Officer AC 4.2

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This powerpoint and worksheet has been written for the WJEC Hospitality and Catering Course, however this powerpoint could be used in food and Health and Social Care Lessons. The powerpoint can be used with Chapter 12 in the text book, however you do not need the textbook to access this lesson. The engaging Powerpoint includes think pair share activities, youtube clips, facts, a fictional EHO report to analyse and a link to a task. I have included a worksheet to complete a comic strip on. The resources can be edited and I hope that they save you time.
Food Safety Legislation AC4.3
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Food Safety Legislation AC4.3

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This powerpoint is designed for the WJEC Hospitality and Catering Course, however this powerpoint could be used with every food course as it is very detailed and doesn’t require the text book. The powerpoint links to Chapter 11. There is one reference to pages 95 and 96, but could be used without a textbook. The powerpoint has think pair shares and tasks. It will cover a couple of lessons. The powerpoint covers: why we have food safety legislation, the main acts, links to HACCP and food labelling. The resource can be edited. I hope that this saves you time.
The roles of the Different Health Professionals Supporting the Pregnant Mother RO18 L02.1
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The roles of the Different Health Professionals Supporting the Pregnant Mother RO18 L02.1

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This could be used for remote learning. This powerpoint and worksheets supports the OCR Cambridge National Level 1/2 Child Development course. It has links to the book, but I have added in detail so it could be used at home and a book would not be needed. The lesson links to Learning Outcome 2 in RO18 2.1. The powerpoint includes think pair share tasks, facts, a video about being a midwife, tasks linked to the job roles, checkout, visitor suggestions and some retrieval questions. The worksheets link to the textbook and powerpoint. I hope that this saves you time and the resources can be edited.
Nutritional requirements / needs of  age groups
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Nutritional requirements / needs of age groups

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This resource could be used in teaching WJEC Hospitality and Catering and GCSE Food and Nutrition. It also links to Child Development and Health and Social Care. It can be used for remote learning. It identifys how your age will affect your nutritional requirements. This lesson links to Chapter 4 in the WJEC Food Preparation Book and Chapter 16 of the WJEC Hospitality and Catering book. It includes information about each age group broken down into need, why its needed and what meals need to be like. It includes a task for each age and has a practical attached to each age group. There is a think pair share at the start and I have included one recipe. It also includes 1 exam style question and a checkout question. There is an additional worksheet that can be completed to. It has a series of questions on it. The powerpoint is 19 slides long. I hope that this saves you time. It can be edited.