Design and technology inspires children to use their imagination and creativity to solve real and relevant problems in a variety of contexts. They apply their skills from other disciplines such as mathematics, science and art.
Design and technology involves the pupils in developing skills of analysis, planning, designing, making and doing, and evaluation what they have produced.
We aim for the children, as Marist Learners, to learn to take risks, become resourceful, innovative and enterprising.
The children will be taught skills systematically and made aware of how to use resources safely.
Children will evaluate their own work and that of others including major designers. One very important part of the new National Curriculum that we will be introducing throughout the school is a greater focus on cooking and understanding where our food comes from.