Kirkbymoorside Primary School

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School Curriculum - DT


The National Curriculum for Design and Technology states that the subject is “inspiring, rigorous and practical”. Design and Technology aims to allow children to use their imagination and creativity to design and make a range of products within a variety of contexts. Children will build and apply the knowledge and skills needed to design high quality products. They are given the opportunity to understand nutrition and learn how to cook.


At Kirkbymoorside Community Primary School we aim to implement this through a variety of teaching methods; Design and Technology lessons, developing skills in Art and Design, and through a cross curricular approach within other subject lessons. Design and Technology requires children to draw on skills within Mathematics, Art, Science and Computing. Children will deepen their understanding and independence within all of these subject areas during their Design and Technology lessons.


Children are given regular opportunities to develop their understanding of the technological world. We will evaluate past and present design and technology and the ways that these have influenced modern society. This will allow our children to have a more critical approach to their own designs and creations.


Throughout their time at Kirkbymoorside, children will be encouraged to take risks when designing and making their products. Lessons will be hands on and engaging, with the children having access to lots of resources and materials. They will be encouraged to think critically in order to evaluate their past prototypes and when testing their current designs. This will allow the children to build upon their artistic skills and become more resourceful. We want the children at Kirkbymoorside to develop their imagination, their critical thinking and their understanding of the world around them through their love of Design and Technology. We aim for our children to question and think innovatively about the world around them in order to design and develop their own products with a purpose in mind.



> Curriculum Overview



 DT - Skills and Progression.pdfDownload
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>Curriculum by Year Groups


 KS1 - 2D Shape to 3D Product.pdfDownload
 KS1 - Freestanding Structues (Mud Hut).pdfDownload
 KS1 - Preparing Fruit and Veg (Soup).pdfDownload
 KS1 - Preparing Fruit and Veg.pdfDownload
 KS1 - Sliders and Levers (Build a boat).pdfDownload
 KS1 - Templates and Joining (Character's Outfit).pdfDownload
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 KS2 Y3 - 2d and 3d product (Greenhouse - Propagator).pdfDownload
 KS2 Y3 - 2d and 3d product (Shadow Puppet).pdfDownload
 KS2 Y3 - 2d and 3d product (Weaving - Shelter).pdfDownload
 KS2 Y3 - 2d and 3d product (Woodwork).pdfDownload
 KS2 Y3 - Healthy and Varied Diet (Greek Dishes).pdfDownload
 KS2 Y3 - Healthy and Varied Diet (Tea Party).pdfDownload
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 KS2 Y4 5 A - Cams (Spacecraft).pdfDownload
 KS2 Y4 5 A - Frame Structures (Saxon and Viking Weapons).pdfDownload
 KS2 Y4 5 A - Frame Structures (Tower Building and Houses).pdfDownload
 KS2 Y4 5 A - Monitoring and Control (Tower Building and Houses).pdfDownload
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 KS2 Y6 - CAD Textiles (World War Link).pdfDownload
 KS2 Y6 - Cooking and Nutrition (WW1 and WW2 Cookery).pdfDownload
 KS2 Y6 - Pulleys and Gears (WW1 and WW2 Engineering).pdfDownload
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