Design and Technology at Canon Peter Hall is designed to be an inspiring, rigorous and practical subject. It develops the children’s knowledge, understanding, skills and vocabulary to extend their creative, technical and practical expertise to become equipped to solve a range of real life challenges and problems relating to product design, creation and evaluation. Children are encouraged to become “professional experts” in the field, viewing each task through our “D.T lens.”
What do we want our DT curriculum to achieve?
Design and technology is an integral part of the curriculum for every year group and skills will be taught progressively through carefully planned vertical and horizontal links to enable children to build on and apply previously taught skills to new projects.
Our Curriculum is taught through a range of contexts, such as: imaginary, story-based, home, school, gardens, playgrounds, local community, industry and wider environment.
Two projects per year group allows teaching and learning in D.T to be rigorous and deep.
Through each Design and Technology project children will become experts in the field, using the D.T lens as they:
Research shows that teacher’s pedagogical and subject knowledge has a huge impact on pupil’s achievements and we have therefore harvested the expertise of the D.T association to construct units of learning that:
What do we want our children to become as a result of the DT?
What do we believe is right for our children to learn from the study of DT?
Mechanisms: Sliders and Leavers
Mechanisms: Wheels and Axles
Mechanisms: Circuits and Switches
Structures: Frames and Structures
Mechanics: Circuit and Control
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Canon Peter Hall Church of England Primary School Pelham Road Immingham North East Lincolnshire DN40 1JS
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