Home Economics is concerned with using and managing human and material resources for the benefit of individuals, families and society.
• acquire knowledge and develop understanding in Home Economics
• develop skills in handling information relevant to Home Economics
• develop skills of reasoning and deduction through the practical experience
• develop practical and organisational skills and abilities
• develop skills as learners – notably interpersonal and communication skills, research and reference skills, and the ability to solve problems etc.
- Home Economics Common Course
- Standard Grade Home Economics
- Hospitality – Practical Cookery – Intermediate 1
- Skills for Work – Hospitality
- Higher Home Economics
- Hospitality – Practical Cookery – Intermediate 2