Key Stage 3 Design Technology
The department offers students with the opportunity to discover the pleasure and importance of designing and making, using a wide variety of resources and materials. We hope that learning will be a rewarding and enjoyable experience. Some tasks will be challenging and stimulating and we aim to establish a culture of success where every student is valued for their contribution.
To enable the curriculum area to achieve its aims, the curriculum is organised into three main areas: Food and Nutrition, Textiles, and Product Design.
Organisation of the Curriculum at Key Stage 3
Students spend one hour a week for one and a half terms (about 20 weeks) in each of the three areas mentioned above.
Students spend one hour a week for one and a half terms (about 20 weeks) doing either Product Design or Food and Nutrition.
Students can opt to continue with their studies of Food and Nutrition, Textiles or Product Design by following a GCSE course in that subject. Students normally need to have studied the subject in Year 9 if they are to complete the GCSE successfully.
For further information, please contact:
Mrs C Williams, Head of Vocational Education firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs J Cogger, Teacher of Textiles email@example.com
Miss M Hope, Teacher of Food and Nutrition firstname.lastname@example.org