Design Technology is a compulsory subject at Key Stage 3. Pupils are taught in mixed ability sets, and will study 3 modules of work on a rotational basis. Each module will deliver key skills and knowledge as well as focus on specific aspects of the design process. Pupils are taught in a very practical way, experimenting and working with a range of different materials, to produce high quality functional products.
Food – a healthy pizza that meets the “Eat Well” plate
Textiles – a storage wrap
Resistant Materials – a thermometer and pencil holder
Food – developing scones
Textiles – a screen print & embroidered bag
Resistant Materials – trivets and mechanical card
Textiles – an appliquéd cushion
Resistant Materials – storage box using CAD/CAM
Years 10 & 11
In Year 10 Design Technology is an option subject. Pupils can choose from Food Preparation & Nutrition, Textile Technology, Graphic Products, Resistant Materials or Child Development. Pupils have 5 one hour lessons a fortnight. All the Design Technology subjects follow the AQA syllabus. These syllabuses can be downloaded from the AQA website.
Please follow this link to see photos of the Christmas Stockings made by the Year 10 Textiles pupils Christmas Stockings
Please follow this link to see additional photos of some of our other D & T projects D&T Photos