Technology

Design & Technology


Years 7, 8 and 9


Until the end of April all work will be posted by current rotation teachers in the group specific classes on Google Classroom. Each task should take at least 20 minutes and should be completed by the given date.


An update at the end of the rotation will inform students of the next section of work.

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GCSE Students


Year 10 Design & Technology

Students have theory to complete and practice NEA sheets that are due. All of this work will be shared on Google Classroom as a reminder and can be submitted electronically via that platform or email if required, before the end of April.

Year 10 Food Technology

Students will be expected to complete the tasks set on Seneca Learning. There will also be Food Choices tasks set on Google Classroom until the end of April. 


Year 11 Design & Technology

The final submission date for NEA is Friday 27 March, students should contact teachers directly via email for advice.
If all of the requirements for NEA are complete, then students are to work through the revision plan on Google Classroom from the class teacher. Each week will focus on a different topic, with work for completion, to be submitted via Google Classroom.

Year 11 Food Technology

If the requirements for NEA are complete, students should work through the revision plan on Google Classroom from the class teacher. Each week will focus on a different topic, with work for completion, to be submitted via Google Classroom.

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A Level Product Design


Year 12

Continue with current NEA work and communicate with the relevant member of staff via email.
Complete theory tasks set by Mr Burgin on Google Classroom, to submitted one week later. These tasks should take at least an hour to complete. Additional to this students will be set revision notes and exam questions with respective deadlines.
further extension work will be set via Google Classroom.

Year 13

If NEA requirements are complete, students should work through the revision plan on Google Classroom from the class teacher. Each week will focus on a different topic, with work for completion, to be submitted via Google Classroom.