Complete coverage of this exciting new course This Student Book contains the four mandatory units and four of the most popular option units - everything needed to pass this new award. The comprehensive, in-depth coverage makes this the only book students will need to pass the award. The authors have worked closely with OCR on the development of the course, so they fully understand the OCR National requirements. The colourful and attractive design ensures that students will find the book accessible and easy to use.
Presents a selection of full-color photographs from across Africa, covering topics including sense of place, the joy of being, inner journeys, patterns of beauty, rhythm from within, and capacity to endure.
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.
A photographic portrait of the indigenous African Dinka documents the rapidly disappearing ceremonies and cultures of this legendary people trying to live in harmony with their cattle in war-torn Sudan.
A collection of eighty-nine full-color photographs from the widely-praised best-seller African Ceremonies offers images from across the African continent, capturing the traditions of rites of passages, including births, marriages, and deaths, along with seasonal rituals and religious ceremonies. Original. 20,000 first printing.
Written by the chief examiner and senior examiners who are responsible for writing the OCR AS specification, this work aims to provide a match to the Applied AS qualification. It covers promoting quality care; communicating in care settings; promoting good health; health and safety in care settings'; and more.