This year we changed our DT Curriculum to follow the Kapow Scheme of Work (combined Art and DT. This has enabled us to develop and monitor progression of skills across year groups, to learn about a variety of products and designs, to try a wide variety of techniques and to be consistent in our approach.
Through the DT curriculum, children should be inspired to create a range of structures, mechanisms, textiles, electrical systems and food products with a real life purpose. Pupils will learn how to take risks, becoming resourceful, innovative, enterprising and capable citizens both as individuals and as members of a team.
We follow the Kapow scheme of work in line with the National Curriculum. Children have access to key knowledge, language and meanings to understand Design Technology and to use these skills appropriately. Consideration has been given to ensure progression across topics throughout each year group across the school.
The impact and measure of this is to ensure that children are equipped with technical skills and knowledge in DT which will enable them to be ready for the curriculum at Key Stage 3 and for life as an adult in the wider world. We want the children to have thoroughly enjoyed learning about DT, therefore encouraging them to undertake new life experiences now and in the future.