Design and technology 

In D&T  children have the experiences to develop their creativity and imagination. We give children opportunities to work practically when designing and making products. We do this through:

Experience - Children develop a range of designing, making and evaluating skills across a range of contexts, inspired by real life designers and builders

Language - Children use a range technical vocabulary to plan, collaborate and evaluate their work

Challenge - Throughout their time in school children build on their prior experience, knowledge and skills

Physical development - Children are given regular opportunities to use tools and materials to build their own constructions

Developing independence - All children are given access to high quality learning in D&T

curriculum highlights 

square food foundation 

Year 2 have been learning how to use kitchen equipment, including knives, safely. They have been tasting seasonal vegetables and designing their own dishes. 

library designers 

As part of the Filwood Regeneration Project, Year 4 worked with Architects to design and build scale models of what they would like their new community library to look like.