The belief that today's actions and attitudes determine present and future wellbeing is central to Home Economics. Home Economics is concerned with the development of deep understandings of the reciprocal impacts that capabilities, choices and priorities of individuals, families, communities, government and non-government organisations have on each others' wellbeing.
exploration of pertinent practices and issues, home economics promotes action
in pursuit of wellbeing in the context of maintaining healthy and sustainable
local and global communities. Located in the human sciences, Home Economics
effectively draws from a range of disciplines, synthesising the multiple
disciplines through the processes of inquiry and production.
- Home Economics (Years 8 - 12)
- Certificate III in Children's Services