Teaching National Curriculum D&T 2015 with Creativity and Confidence
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This one day primary specific course will include a FREE copy of Projects on a Page, the new national scheme of work for KS1 and 2
Aims of the course
- To identify the challenges and opportunities created by the new National Curriculum for D&T at KS1 and 2
- To explore a range of practical strategies to support implementation
- To introduce the new national scheme of work, Projects on a Page
An interactive, primary specific, full day course providing subject leaders and classroom teachers with a range of practical strategies to support the introduction of the new curriculum in key stages 1 and 2. All delegates will receive a copy of the new, customisable national scheme of work ‘Projects on a Page’. The course leader, Gareth Pimley, was a major contributor to the final draft of the programmes of study. He will help you to build the creativity, confidence and expertise needed to tackle some of the challenges and opportunities presented by the new curriculum, including:
- ensuring an authentic D&T experience for children
- securing coverage and progression
- making strong links to other subjects
- working within a range of relevant contexts
- ensuring the process of designing and making is iterative
- encouraging innovative designing
- learning about key events and individuals in design and technology
- using higher level drawing skills
- understanding and using the concept of a system
- addressing the new requirements on cooking and nutrition
Design and Technology (D&T) is the inspiring, rigorous and practical subject which prepares all young people to live and work in the designed and made world.
We are focused on giving you the tools, knowledge and information you need to become more effective, more experienced and more efficient. Giving you access to expert opinions. And creating a place where you can air your views, ask your questions and so help make a difference to your life and those of your pupils. We want to hear from you. We want to know how we can help. And we want you to join us.