Food Technology


Through Food Technology students develop the skills and knowledge to make informed decisions about their health, lifestyle and nutrition.


Food Design Technology in Junior & Middle School

-       1 Term in Year 7

-    1 Term in Year 8

-       1 Semester in Year 9

-       1 Semester in Year 10

In the senior school, students are able to choose from a variety of courses which are designed to cater for individual interests and career aspirations. A high level of participation is shown by senior students in subjects which include:

-       Food and Hospitality – Stage 1 and 2

-       Child Studies – Stage 1 and 2


Students can use these subjects to gain tertiary entrance to University, TAFE or to follow career paths which include:

-       Chef

-       Teacher

-       Armed Services

-       Caterer

-       Hotel Management

-       Child Care Worker

-       Food and Beverage Service

-       Nanny

-       Footwear worker

-       Kitchen Hand

-       Cake Decorator

-       Clothing Production

-       Textiles Machinist

-       Fashion Designer

-       Nurse

Students who have studied Food and Hospitality at Salisbury High School have continued to achieve high levels of performance in:

-       Traineeships with the Adelaide Hilton

-       Tourism

-       Living independently and taking on leadership roles

-       Employment in retail and hospitality area


Contact Jason Price, Home Economics Coordinator.

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