GCSE Health & Social Care: Student Book by Angela Fisher, Stephen Seamons, Ian Wallace, David Webb
  

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GCSE Health & Social Care: Student Book by Angela Fisher, Stephen Seamons, Ian Wallace, David Webb

A colourful student-friendly textbook covering all three Units required for all awarding bodies for the new GCSE in Health and Social Care: Health Social Care & Early Years Provision, Promoting Health & Wellbeing and Understanding Personal Development and Relationships. Included are case studies and activities, plus in-text questions to check students' understanding, all written in a straightforward way for students across the full ability range. An accompanying teacher support pack, providing background material and resources on all aspects of the course, including specific tests for each awarding body (OCR, Edexcel and AQA), is also available.

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282 pages

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Angela Fisher, Stephen Seamons, Ian Wallace, David Webb
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Publication date

6th March 2003

ISBN

9781843033646


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