Design Technology at Wolverley aims to provide students with a range of skills and knowledge from Design and Technology through understanding the environmental impacts of plastic, to working with fabrics and food hygiene.
All students in key stage 3 rotate around subjects and have the opportunity to study graphics, product design, textiles and food preparation and nutrition.
Students are encouraged to be creative and experimental in DT and Ambition Unlimited is at the heart of everything we do.
We offer a number of enrichment activities also and engage with students during lunchtimes and after school to help foster their enjoyment of the subject.
IT is important in DT and we have recently invested in a new CAD suite where students can design and even 3D print their designs.
Budding designers can opt for design and technology at GCSE and experience a wide range of theory and practical activities to prepare them for the world of work or further study.
|DT Curriculum Overview||12th Sep 2019|