© 7 reasons to include fish in your diet White fish contains no fat so it is suitable for low calorie diets. Oily fish contains polyunsaturated oil and omega 3 fatty acids which is suitable for low cholesterol diets and those at risk of a heart attack. Fish is easily digested which is suitable for elderly people, … Continue reading
Ladies as part of your JCSP project I would like you to research the following areas in relation to the Celts. What they wore? Where did they source their raw materials that they used to make their clothes? How did they dye their clothes? What did they use as make up? Mac? Rimmel? Who were … Continue reading
Wish it was as easy to burn the calories stitching instead of running #runningstitch #HomeEconomics #stitchintime pic.twitter.com/wX8sDHjbof — Miss Mills (@msmillshomeec) January 26, 2015
Let’s remember that the mock examinations are not there as punishment or to make you feel disheartened ar scor ar bith, instead look at them as a way of testing how much information you have learnt up until now and to practice your exam technique. Don’t limit your challenges ladies challenge your limits- but remember … Continue reading
© Students must complete a fashion journal as part of their end of module assessment. 1. Choose a fashion designer (e.g. Giorgio Armani,Mary Quant) or a fashion era (e.g. swinging sixties). 2.Find examples of the style of clothing linked to the designer or era and explain the influences behind the designs. 3.You must give a detailed … Continue reading
Cailíní, don’t forget your ingredients on Tuesday and make sure to copy your recipe into your recipe copy before class. It is important that you take a look at Protein JC if you have missed any Home Economics classes last week.
Amach leis an donas agus isteach leis an sonas, òn là innu, go dtí bliain an là innu. Looking forward to welcoming all students back in the morning for what will be a fun, creative and productive year in the classroom! Let’s leave our mark in 2015