Becoming a D&T Association member gives you exclusive tools and information to work more effectively and efficiently. Access to peer expertise and opinion. A place for your voice to be heard.
£139 per annum
- everything you need to teach excellent and progressive D&T in line with the New Ofsted Framework.
Save more than £60 over two years.
“It is excellent! Skills are progressive and the way it's been written allows for teacher creativity and pupil voice.” - What teachers say about Projects on a Page
To help you gain the most of your membership, we have listened to primary school teachers and have improved the membership package. This bundle is a one stop shop for primary schools. Each year you benefit from a major new resource.
In year one you will access all the benefits of membership AND we will send you the highly acclaimed Projects on a Page (POAP) scheme of 21 planners, helping you deliver all aspects of D&T to years 1 through to year 6. Poap will ensure you are implementing an engaging and challenging design and technology curriculum within your school, allowing your school to meet Ofsted requirements for a “broad and rich curriculum”.
In year 2, upon receipt of your renewal payment, we will send you The Primary Subject Leader File - a comprehensive set of materials addressing all the major aspects which subject leaders are expected to address in their work. Year two builds on your first year, where you have implemented D&T into your curriculum with PoaP and helps you to further embed the subject into your curriculum offer by really supporting subject leadership in your primary school.
Our main objective as your membership organisation, is to ensure the unique nature of D&T is maintained and valued. We are here to support your planning, development and delivery of high quality D&T in schools, during Ofsted Inspections
By producing one package which includes membership, Projects on a Page (full pack of 21 planners in year 1 and then the Primary Subject Leader File in Year 2, you can save over £60 on resources that all primary schools should have in their resource library.
Primary school membership is generally paid for by the school and allows up to 20 teachers in your school access to member benefits. Members may include the Headteacher, subject leader, classroom teachers, classroom assistants along with NQTs and trainee teachers currently working in your school.
Payments can be made online, by email or over the phone. You may choose to pay by invoice, BACCS, cheque, credit or debit card or PayPal. Payment must be received before Projects on a page is dispatched to you.
The Design and Technology Association originally developed Projects on a Page and The Primary Subject Leader file in 2014 with frequent updates since that time. The D&T Association therefore owns all intellectual property rights to these resources. No part of these materials may be copied or shared with anyone other than the purchaser (individual or school) for non-commercial educational purposes only.