At Northern Adelaide Senior College students can learn about the food and hospitality industry, food nutrition, food preparation techniques and participate in an extensive range of practical work.

Through these courses students will gain an understanding of human functioning and physical activity, an awareness of the community structures and practices that influence participation in physical activity. They will also explore their own physical capabilities and analyse performance, health and lifestyle issues.

Community Studies courses enable students to build on their skills and knowledge to gain SACE accreditation for a wide variety of community based learning projects.

Subjects include:

  • Animals in the Community – Stage 1
  • Child Studies – Stage 2
  • Community Services (Childcare) – Certificate II and Stage 1
  • Community Studies (Child Studies) – Stage 1
  • Fitness – Certificate III and Stage 2
  • Food and Hospitality – Stage 1 and Stage 2
  • Health – Stage 1
  • Ice Factor (Community Based Learning) – Foundation and Stage 1
  • Integrated Learning (Sport Studies) – Stage 2
  • Outdoor Education (Bushwalking) – Stage 1
  • Outdoor Education (Kayaking) – Stage 1
  • Physical Education – Stage 1 and Stage 2
  • Sport and Recreation (Outdoor Recreation) – Certificate II, Stage 1 & Stage 2

Read more about each subject or fill in an enquiry form to speak with one of our enrolment counsellors.