NEA Controlled Assessment: You will learn how to use Fusion 360 to create exciting new products. You will develop your drawing skills, practical skills and CAD skills in order to produce your own unique product. Pupils need to be able to research and implement ideas independently.
Exam Paper: You will learn about materials and their working properties, industrial manufacturing processes, ethics and the environment, as well as aesthetics & ergonomics of products.
You will select suitable manufacturing processes for a range of products and justify your reasons.
NEA (35 hour classroom based non exam assessment) 50% of the total marks
Exam (2 hour paper) 50% of the total marks
Design & Technology teaches pupils to be critical thinkers of the products that surround them everyday. Instead of passively accepting products that are presented to them, the course allows pupils to challenge the way we do things and turn ideas into reality.
Please contact: A.Senior or H.Litchfield on firstname.lastname@example.org
The creative industry is the most lucrative and in demand of all industries!
Lots of transferable skills for trades such as plumbing, carpentry and the building trade.
“The think I really like is that the course isn’t all about the exam”
“I like D&T because I love making things in the workshop”
“DT is a great subject. It has taught me about so many things, from properties of different materials, environmental impacts of manufacturing and how to use designing programs like Fusion 360 to help bring designs to life.”