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Carlton Junior And Infant School

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Design Technology

 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Designing

knowledge of existing products to help form ideas

Know how to generate ideas from their own experiences

Know what products they are designing and making and what they are for

Know how to describe what their products are for and how their products will work

Develop the ability develop and communicate ideas by talking and drawing

Know how to use simple design criteria to help develop their ideas

Understand how to model ideas by exploring materials, components and construction kits and by making templates and mock-ups

use information and communication technology, where appropriate, to develop and communicate their ideas

knowledge of existing products to help form ideas

generate ideas from their own experiences

state what products they are designing and making and what they are for

say whether their products are for themselves or other users

describe what their products are for and how their products will work

say how they will make their products suitable for their intended users

develop and communicate ideas by talking and drawing

use simple design criteria to help develop their ideas

model ideas by exploring materials, components and construction kits and by making templates and mock-ups

use information and communication technology, where appropriate, to develop and communicate their ideas.

 

investigate similar  productsto get ideas, list key features and understand how they work

describe the purpose of their products

list design features that will appeal to intended users

explain how parts and whole of products work and how it will be made

research information about the needs and wants of users

develop design criteria to inform ideas

use prototypes and pattern pieces.

 

investigate similar products to get ideas, list key features and understand how they work

describe the purpose of their products

explain how parts and whole of products work and how they will be made

research information about the needs and wants of users

develop design criteria to inform ideas

use prototypes and pattern pieces

make design decisions taking account of the availability of resources.

 

investigate similar products to get ideas, list key features and understand how they work

research information about the needs and wants of users; later using surveys, interviews, questionnaires and web-based resources

develop design criteria to inform ideas; later developing a simple design specification

as a guide

explain how parts and whole of products work and how it will be made

use prototypes and pattern pieces

use annotated sketches, cross-sectional drawings and exploded diagrams

make design decisions taking account of the availability of resources and constraints such as time, resources and cost

use computer-aided design software.

 

investigate similar products to get ideas, list key features and understand how they work

describe the purpose of their products

list design features that will appeal to intended users

explain how parts and whole of products work and how it will be made

research information about the needs and wants of users using surveys, interviews, questionnaires and web-based resources

develop design criteria to inform ideas and develop a simple design specification as a guide use prototypes and pattern pieces

use annotated sketches, cross-sectional drawings and exploded diagrams

use computer aided design.

 

Making and technical knowledge: Cooking and nutrition

 

know that all food comes from plants or animals, and has to be farmed, grownelsewhere (for example, home) or caught

know that everyone should eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables every day

follow procedures for safety and hygiene

measure and weigh ingredients

prepare and assemble a range of ingredients using techniques such as cutting, peeling and grating  know how to prepare simple dishes safely and hygienically, without using a heat source use the correct technical vocabulary to describe food and ingredients, including taste, smell, texture and feel.

know that all food comes from plants or animals, and has to be farmed, grownelsewhere (for example, at home) or caught

know how to name and sort foods into the five groupsknow that everyone should eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables every day

follow procedures for safety and hygiene

measure and weigh ingredients

prepare and assemble a range of ingredients using techniques such as cutting, peeling and grating

know how to prepare simple dishes safely and hygienically, without using a heat sourceuse the correct technical vocabulary to describe food and ingredients, including taste, smell, texture and feel.

 

select suitable tools and equipment

list the order of the main stages of making

know how to prepare and cook a variety of predominantly savoury dishes safely and hygienically including, the use of a heat source

know how to use a range of techniques such as mixing, spreading, kneading and baking

measure food ingredients with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques, with increasing accuracy.

 

select suitable tools and equipment and materials and components and explain choice

list the order of the main stages of making and produce lists of required tools, equipment and materials

know how to prepare and cook a variety of predominantly savoury dishes safely and hygienically including the use of a heat source

know how food is processed into ingredients that can be eaten or used in cooking

know how to use a range of techniques such as peeling, chopping, slicing, grating and mixing

assemble and measure ingredients accurately to make recipes

understand that recipes can be adapted to change appearance, taste, texture and aroma

use technical vocabulary correctly and with increasing regularity to describe taste, smell, texture and feel of food

understand that ingredients can be fresh, pre-cooked and processed and that a recipe can be adapted by adding or substituting ingredients.

 

know that food is grown, reared, and caught in the UK, Europe and the wider world and that seasons may affect the food available

know that a healthy diet is made up from a variety and balance of different foods and drinks and that to be active and healthy, food and drink are needed to provide energy for the body

understand that different foods and drinks contain different substances needed for health: nutrients, water and fibre

understand that ingredients can be fresh, pre-cooked and processed and that a recipe can be adapted by adding or substituting ingredients.

 

formulate step-by-step plans as a guide to making, producing lists of required tools, equipment and materials

know that food is grown, reared, and caught in the UK, Europe and the wider world and that seasons may affect the food available

know food is processed into ingredients that can be eaten or used in cooking

know how to prepare and cook a variety of predominantly savoury dishes safely and hygienically including the use of a heat source

know how to use a range of techniques, such as peeling, chopping, slicing, grating, mixing, spreading, kneading and baking

measure food ingredients with increasing accuracy

assemble ingredients to make recipes and apply a range of finishing techniques, with increasing accuracy.

 

TEXTILES

select from a range of tools and equipment, explaining their choices

select and use a range of textile materials according to their characteristics

follow procedures for safety

measure, mark out, cut, shape and join textile materials

use finishing techniques, including those from art and design

know that a 3D textile product can be assembled from two identical fabric shapes

use the correct technical vocabulary to describe sewing and joining fabrics and decorations

select from a range of tools and equipment, explaining their choices

select and use a range of textile materials according to their characteristics

follow procedures for safety

measure, mark out, cut, shape and join textile materials

use finishing techniques, including those from art and design

know that a 3D textile product can be assembled from two identical fabric shapes

use the correct technical vocabulary to describe sewing and joining fabrics and decorations.

 

select suitable tools and equipment, materials and components

explain choice of tools and equipment depending on skills and techniques to be used

list the order of the main stages of making

follow procedures for safety

measure, mark out, cut and shape textile materials and components with increasing accuracy

assemble, join and combine materials and components with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques, with increasing accuracy

use technical vocabulary correctly and with increasing regularity to describe sewing techniques and fabrics

know that a single fabric shape can be used to make 3D textiles products; that 3D

textiles product can be made from a combination of fabric shapes

select suitable tools and equipment and materials and components

explain choice of tools and equipment depending on skills and techniques to be used

measure, mark out, cut and shape textile materials with increasing accuracy

assemble, join and combine textile materials with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques, with increasing accuracy

understand that materials can be combined and mixed to create more useful characteristics

use technical vocabulary correctly and with increasing regularity to describe sewing techniques and fabrics

know that a single fabric shape can be used to make a 3D textiles product.

 

select and explain choice of tools and equipment depending on skills and techniques to be used

select and explain choice of materials and components to fit functional properties and

aesthetic qualities

list the order of the main stages of making and produce lists of required tools, equipment and materials

measure, mark out, cut and shape textile materials and components with increasing accuracy

assemble, join and combine materials and components with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques

understand that materials can be combined and mixed to create more useful characteristics

use technical vocabulary correctly and with increasing regularity to describe sewing techniques and fabrics.

 

formulate step-by-step plans as a guide to making, producing lists of required tools, equipment and materials

measure, mark out, cut and shape textile materials and components with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques, with increasing accuracy.

 

Construction

select from a range of tools and equipment, explaining their choices

select from a range of materials and components according to their characteristics

follow procedures for safety

use a range of materials and components, including construction materials and kits, and mechanical components

measure, mark out, cut, shape and join materials and components

use finishing techniques, including those from art and design

know about the movement of simple mechanisms such as levers, sliders, wheels and axles

use the correct technical vocabulary to describe mechanical processes, including wheels and axles.

 

select from a range of tools and equipment, explaining their choices

select from a range of materials and components according to their characteristics

follow procedures for safety

use a range of materials and components, including construction materials and kits, and mechanical components

measure, mark out, cut, shape and join materials and components

use finishing techniques, including those from art and design

know about the movement of simple mechanisms such as levers, sliders, wheels and axles

use the correct technical vocabulary to describe mechanical processes, including wheels and axles.

 

select suitable tools and equipment, materials and components

explain choice of tools and equipment depending on skills and techniques to be used

list the order of the main stages of making and formulate a plan as a guide to making

measure,mk out, cut and shape a range of materials and components with increasing accuracy

assemble, join and combine materials and components with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques, with increasing accuracy

use an increasing and correct technical vocabulary to describe different mechanical mechanisms

understand how mechanical systems (leavers and linkages) create movement

select suitable tools and equipment and materials and components

select and explain choice of materials and components to fit functional properties and aesthetic qualities

list the order of the main stages of making

follow procedures for safety and hygiene

measure, mark out, cut and shape a range of materials and components with increasing accuracy

assemble, join and combine materials and components with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques

understand functional and aesthetic qualities of materials

use technical vocabulary correctly and with increasing regularity to describe electrical circuits

understand how simple electrical circuits and components can be used to create functional products.

 

explain their choice of tools and equipment depending on skills and techniques to be used

explain choice of materials and components to fit functional properties and aestheticqualities

formulate step-by-step plans as a guide to making

measure, mark out, cut and shape a range of materials and components with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques

demonstrate resourcefulness when tackling practical problems

use learning from science and mathematics

use technical vocabulary correctly and with increasing regularity to describe different mechanisms and electrical circuits

understand that mechanical and electrical systems have an input, process and output

understand how simple electrical circuits and components can be used to create functional products

know how to program a computer to control their products.

 

select suitable tools and equipment, materials and componentsmeasure, mark out, cut and shape a range of materials and components with increasing accuracy

use technical vocabulary correctly and with increasing regularity to describe different mechanisms – mechanical and electrical

understand that mechanical and electrical systems have an input, process and output

understand how mechanical systems (pulleys or gears) create movement

understand how complex electrical circuits and components can be used to create functional products

know how to program a computer to control their products.

 

Sheet Materials

select from a range of tools and equipment, explaining their choices

select from a range of materials and components according to their characteristics

follow procedures for safety

measure, mark out, cut, shape and join materials and components

use finishing techniques, including those from art and design

use the correct technical vocabulary to describe different sheet materials, including joining and strengthening.

 

select from a range of tools and equipment, explaining their choices

select from a range of materials and components according to their characteristics

follow procedures for safety

measure, mark out, cut, shape and join materials and components

use finishing techniques, including those from art and design

use the correct technical vocabulary to describe different sheet materials, including joining and strengthening.

 

select suitable tools and equipment, materials and components

explain choice of tools and equipment depending on skills and techniques to be used

list the order of the main stages of making and formulate a plan as a guide to making

measure, mark out, cut and shape a range of materials and components with increasing accuracy

assemble, join and combine materials and components with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques, with increasing accuracy

use an increasing and correct technical vocabulary to describe different mechanical mechanisms

understand how mechanical systems (leavers and linkages) create movement

select suitable tools and equipment and materials and components

select and explain choice of materials and components to fit functional properties and

aesthetic qualities

list the order of the main stages of making and produce lists of required tools, equipment and materials

measure, mark out, cut and shape sheet materials and components with increasing accuracy

assemble, join and combine materials and components with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques

use learning from science and mathematics

use technical vocabulary correctly and with increasing regularity to describe methods of strengthening and joining different sheet materials.

 

select and explain choice of materials and components to fit functional properties andaesthetic qualities

list the order of the main stages of making; later produce lists of required tools, equipment and materials

formulate step-by-step plans as a guide to making

measure, mark out, cut and shape sheet materials with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques

understand functional and aesthetic qualities of materials

know how to make strong, stiff shell structures.

 

formulate step-by-step plans as a guide to making, producing lists of required tools, equipment and materials

measure, mark out, cut and shape sheet materials and components with increasing accuracy

apply a range of finishing techniques

use technical vocabulary correctly and with increasing regularity to describe methods of strengthening and joining different sheet materials

know how to make strong, stiff shell structures and how to reinforce and strengthen a 3D framework.

 

Evaluating

talk about design ideas and what they are making

make simple judgements about their products and ideas against design criteria

suggest how their products could be improved

express likes and dislikes of finished products

explore existing products knowing what they are, who and what they are for and how they work

explore existing products knowing how they are used, how they might be used and what materials they are made from.

 

talk about design ideas and what they are making

make simple judgements about their products and ideas against design criteria

suggest how their products could be improved

express likes and dislikes of finished products

explore existing products knowing what they are, who and what they are for and how they work

explore existing products knowing how they are used, how they might be used and what materials they are made from.

 

express likes and dislikes of finished products

identify strengths and areas for development in ideas and products

consider and list ways to improve designs or products, taking into account the views of others, for example, intended users

refer to design criteria during progress and evaluate completed products

choose materials and methods of construction

evaluate the effectiveness of products and fitness for purpose

evaluate effectiveness of meeting user needs and wants

find out where and when products designed and made

establish whether products can be recycled or reused

learn about inventors, designers, engineers, chefs and manufacturers who have developed ground-breaking products

express likes and dislikes of finished products

consider and list ways to improve designs or products, taking into account the views of others, for example, intended users

refer to design criteria during progress and evaluate completed products

critically evaluate products – the quality of design, effectiveness of materials used,

method of manufacture and fitness for purpose

evaluate ideas and products against original design specification

choose materials and methods of construction

evaluate effectiveness of products and fitness for purpose

evaluate effectiveness of meeting user needs and wants

find out where and when products designed and made

discover how sustainable materials are used, whether products can be recycled or reused

find out how much products cost to make

learn about inventors, designers, engineers, chefs and manufacturers who have developed ground-breaking products.

consider and list ways to improve designs or products, taking into account the views of others, for example, intended users refer to design criteria during progress and to evaluate completed products

critically evaluate products: the quality of design, effectiveness of materials used,

method of manufacture and fitness for purpose

evaluate ideas and products against original design specification

choose materials and methods of construction

evaluate the effectiveness of products and fitness for purpose

evaluate the effectiveness of meeting user needs and wants

find out where and when products designed and made

find out how sustainable materials are and whether products can be recycled or

reused

learn about inventors, designers, engineers, chefs and manufacturers who have developed ground-breaking products.