Year 11 – Food and Hospitality

Length: Single Semester or Full Year (10 credits each semester)
Contact: Health & Physical Education Leader

Recommended Background

No pre-requisites.

Year 10 Food and Hospitality would be an advantage.

Course Description

Stage 1 Food & Hospitality focuses on the dynamic and diverse nature of the Food and Hospitality Industry in Australian society. Students develop an understanding of contemporary approaches and issues related to food and hospitality. Students will work independently and collaboratively to develop new skills and safe work practices in the preparation, storage and handling of food. Students will study topics within the five areas of study:

  • Food, the individual and the family
  • Local and global issues in food and hospitality
  • Trends in food and culture
  • Food and safety
  • The Food and Hospitality Industry.


Students’ performance will be determined according to the subject’s Performance Standards, as outlined by the SACE Board. Grades A to E will be used for reporting purposes. Students demonstrate evidence of their learning through the following assessment types:

  • Two Individual Tasks
    • Practical and Theory
  • One Group Task
    • Practical and Theory
  • One Written Investigation.

Note: Students are required to supply materials for some practical activities.

Leads To

Stage 2 Food and Hospitality