One cannot think well, love well, sleep well if one has not dined well.
Mrs H Caldwell
Mrs J Knox
Technical Support: Mrs J Hunter
Home Economics has a clear link to the present and future life of every young person.
However, it’s not all about cooking! Daily, we are bombarded with nutritional information and shocking statistics regarding the nations health and environmental issues - many of which may leave us feeling confused. So, why do foods help reduce the likelihood of heart disease and cancer? Why should we eat 5 fruit and vegetables a day? How is global warming affecting our food supply now and in the future? What challenges are our Farmers coping with to supply high quality food to us as consumers? Home Economics helps to answer many of these questions and sort out fact from fiction.
As part of STEM in Northern Ireland the Agri-Food Industry has been identified as an area with a skills shortage. How do you fancy being a part of the future, of our food?
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