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Health and Social Care

The OCR Cambridge National in Health and Social Care can help you take your first steps towards a career in a variety of health and social care settings, including Early Years. You’ll learn skills, such as effective communication, alongside the essential values of care relating to the workplace.

The course is aimed at anyone who is interested in a career in health, social care or early years’ settings or students who simply wish to develop a broader range of skills, personal qualities and attitudes essential for a successful working life.

You are most likely to enjoy this course if you are interested in working with people and wish to pursue a career in Care. If you enjoy working in group situations, taking responsibility for your own learning and have the ability to empathise with others, then this is the course for you.

Content & Assessment:

Over the two years, students will complete four units and can achieve grades L2D* -  L1P. The units are as follows:


Essential Values of Care for use with individuals

in health, social care and early years’ settings

(Externally assessed exam)


Communicating and working with individuals in

health, social care and early years’  settings

(Internally assessed coursework)



Understanding Life Stages

(Internally assessed coursework)



Creative Activities to support individuals in health, social care and early years’ settings

(Internally assessed coursework)


Where can this course lead?

This course can lead on to Cambridge Technicals Level 2 and 3 in Health and Social Care when entering Sleaford Joint Sixth Form. This could also lead to apprenticeships in a variety of Health, Social Care or Early Years’ settings or related college courses.

For further information, contact Mrs J Banham or Mrs N De Souza.