HEALTH &; WELLBEING

FACULTY INTRODUCTION

healthThe faculty of Health & Well Being comprises of both Physical Education and Health, Food, Technologies and Textiles. Courses are delivered for all learners from S1-6. The two subject areas continue to thrive at both curricular and extra-curricular level with many students pursuing a career path in these areas. Follow the faculty on twitter @rhs_hwb

STAFF

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PE
Teacher/School of Football Co-ordinator
PE
TeacherSchool Support Assistant

Mr Gair Mrs Clark Mr Terris Mr Gordon Mrs Hunter
Curriculum Leader HWB
PE
Teacher/Dance Specialist
TABLE_SPACER       Ms Mackay      Ms Marshall  
Mrs Kelly Mr Lane Mr Leckie Ms MacMillan Mr McLachlan
HFTT
Teacher
PE
Teacher
Head
of Rugby
PE
Teacher
Active Schools Co-ordinator
TABLE_SPACER        
Miss Murphy      
HFTT
Teacher
     
         

SUBJECTS

Physical Education (Core)S1-S3 BGE- 2 BlocksS4- 2 BlocksS5 &6- 1 Block Physical Education(Certificated)S3 Fast TrackNational 3National 4

 

National 5

Higher

Health Food Technology (HFT)S3 ElectiveNational 3National 4National 5 Hospitality S3 ElectiveNational 3National 4

 

National 5

BGE

Food and Health

Most pupils in S1 and S2 will be progressing through the bench marks of level 3, moving on to encounter level 4 benchmarks in S3. However, all pupils do progress at different rates. The final level achieved at the end of the BGE (S3) will help inform the pathway into National qualifications, at National 3, 4 or 5 level.  Please click on the link below which will highlight all the content and skills that need to be covered before a level can be achieved. This helps to explain why it can take quite a considerable amount of time before a level is achieved.

https://education.gov.scot/nih/Documents/HWBFoodHealthBenchmarksPDF.pdf

Home Economics also covers some of the benchmarks listed in the technologies document below, listed under Food and Textile.

https://education.gov.scot/nih/Documents/TechnologiesBenchmarksPDF.pdf

 

Personal and Social Education

 

Most pupils in S1 and S2 will be progressing through the bench marks of level 3, moving on to encounter level 4 benchmarks in S3. However, all pupils do progress at different rates. The final level achieved at the end of the BGE (S3) will help inform the pathway into National qualifications, at National 3, 4 or 5 level.  Please click on the link below which will highlight all the content and skills that need to be covered before a level can be achieved. This helps to explain why it can take quite a considerable amount of time before a level is achieved.

 

https://education.gov.scot/nih/Documents/HWBPersonalSocial%20EducationBenchmarksPDF.pdf

 

Physical Education

Most pupils in S1 and S2 will be progressing through the bench marks of level 3, moving on to encounter level 4 benchmarks in S3. However, all pupils do progress at different rates. The final level achieved at the end of the BGE (S3) will help inform the pathway into National qualifications, at National 3, 4 or 5 level.  Please click on the link below which will highlight all the content and skills that need to be covered before a level can be achieved. This helps to explain why it can take quite a considerable amount of time before a level is achieved.

https://education.gov.scot/nih/Documents/HWBPhysicalEducationBenchmarksPDF.pdf

EXTRA CURRICULAR OPPORTUNITIES

A full list of Extra Curricular sports activites can be found here

RESOURCES

nutritionist resourceA support network to find a professional nutritionist in your local area.

http://www.nutritionist-resource.org.uk/