Year 10



Controlled assessment, deadlines and examination


Topics Covered and Controlled Assessment  Dates

Year 10

Autumn 1st half term

Know about child safety:

  • How to create a child-friendly environment
  • Road safety
  • Safety labelling
  • Most common childhood accidents
  • First Aid
  • Social safety; personal, internet

Understand the equipment needs of children from birth to five years:

  • Travelling equipment
  • Feeding equipment
  • Sleeping equipment
  • Clothing and footwear

Be able to explain the factors affective the choice of equipment for children from birth to five years:

  • Age appropriateness
  • Safety
  • Design
  • Cost and durability
  • Hygiene

Assessment task R019 

Autumn 2nd half term

Know the nutritional guidelines and requirements for children from birth to five years:

  • Current government dietary guidelines
  • Functions and sources of nutrients
  • Macronutrients
  • Micronutrients
  • Additional dietary requirements
  • Nutritional requirements for stages of feeding

Assessment task R019 

Spring 1st half term

Be able to investigate and develop feeding solutions for children from birth to five years:

  • Nutritional analysis
  • Factors for consideration
  • Hygiene practices
  • How to develop feeding solutions from birth to five years

Assessment task R019 

Spring 2nd half term

To understand reproduction and the roles and responsibilities of parenthood:

  • Factors affecting decision to be parents
  • Pre-conceptual health
  • Contraception
  • Male and female reproductive systems


Summer 1st half term

To understand antenatal care and preparation for birth:

  • Roles of the different health professionals
  • Routine checks and scans at the antenatal clinic
  • Home and hospital birth
  • Stages of labour, methods of delivery and pain relief

Revision for year 10 examinations

Summer 2nd half term

Revision and year 10 examination

To understand postnatal checks, postnatal provision and conditions for development:

  • Postnatal checks
  • Specific needs of the pre-term (premature) baby
  • Postnatal provision for the mother and baby and post-natal needs of the family
  • Conditions for development


Websites to support learning:



username: echalk9@wsgfl.org.uk

password: echalk


Go to biology and within that there are a number of areas that look at some aspects of child development.



Planned Support:


Support is available after school by arrangement with Mrs Shepheard or via email to Mrs Shepheard who will be happy to respond to any queries sent to –