Design and Technology
At Lynsted & Norton Primary School our Design and Technology Curriculum encourages our pupils to solve problems, think creatively and develop their ideas. We encourage our pupils to utilise our school values of ambition, self-confidence, perseverance, independence, respect and enquiry through careful planning and exploratory use of a variety of materials. Through the study of design and technology, they combine practical skills with an understanding of aesthetic, social and environmental issues, as well as functions and industrial practises.
Our Design and Technology curriculum is designed with strands that run throughout the year groups building on skill bases that are implemented in each unit taught with the following coverage:
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The impact of the DT scheme of work at Lynsted & Norton Primary School is monitored through formative and summative assessment opportunities. Each unit has a unique quizz and knowledge catcher which is be used at the start and/or end of each unit.
After the implementation of Design and Technology lessons, pupils should leave school with a range of skills to enable them to achieve in their secondary education and be innovative and resourceful members of society.
The expected impact of following the scheme of work is that children be able to;