What does AQA stand for?

Assessment and Qualifications Alliance. Go to the AQA website for more information about the history of AQA's

What is an AQA? How can you get involved?

AQA are an independent education charity. They provide academic qualifications taught in our schools and colleges. AQA are also responsible for setting and marking many of the GCSEs and A-levels papers each year.

Hampshire Fostering Network (HFN) has selected 24 of the AQA units from the UAS that focus on the 5 key areas needed for young people preparing for independence;

Finance

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Health

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Cooking & Food Hygiene

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Household

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Personal Development

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For more detailed information click here or if you have any questions, then please contact our HFN AQA Life Skills Co-Ordinator - Beth McGinn

If you would like to share this information with other foster carers and young people, then please download our AQA Flyer

AQA's, choose from the following:

The AQA Unit Award Scheme (UAS) process.

Choose the AQA unit you want to complete and then click to download and print.

For full details about what to do next click here

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