设计和技术 (D&T) is an inspiring, rigorous and practical subject which prepares young people to live, work in and enjoy the designed and made world. The subject provides stimulating opportunities for students to develop their creative designing and making skills with knowledge and understanding in order to create quality, elegant and exciting products that have impact on real life.
在mg手游平台 - mg游戏app的设计和技术的教师提供了一个令人兴奋的，创造性的和具有挑战性的课程为所有。设计和技术包括各种课程领域，这些包括：食品技术，图形，计算机辅助设计，耐磨材料和三维设计。我们的设施包括一个激光切割机，3D打印机，指定食品技术和图形间客房和3周配备齐全的研讨会。
学生设计制作各种规格的产品在今年7和8，他们了解不同的材料，如塑料，木材，金属，智能材料和电子元器件。他们有一系列的工具，设备和机器，其中包括CAD / CAM（计算机辅助设计与制造）工作。我们的设计大纲提供学生与刺激，往往导致原来，优质的产品，严谨的设计挑战。
Computer Aided Design & Graphics
In Years 7 & 8, pupils developed CAD skills and apply their newly found skills and knowledge to design a range of interesting products. Pupils also learn about different types of cards and boards and develop technical drawing skills. Rendering effectively is also a key focus. Several projects are computer-based allowing students to develop products through CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing). Competencies in 3D Printing and laser cutting are developed as this has real life applications to industries such as car manufacturing and the medical products industry.
The GCSE is now split 50/50 with a Written exam: 2 hours, 100 marks, 50% of GCSE & Non-exam assessment (NEA): 30–35 hours approx, 100 marks, 50% of GCSE.
GCSE Food Preparation & Nutrition: AQA
In Food Preparation & Nutrition GCSE students enjoy practicing and developing a wide range of preparation and cooking skills. These include exciting and challenging tasks such as making choux pastry, making sauces, making and shaping pasta and meat and fish preparation. Students follow set practicals and are also challenged to design and execute their own, unique signature dishes. Current practicals include profiteroles, bakewell tarts, curry, casseroles, pies, quiches, flans and many more. Starters, mains and desserts are produced with an emphasis on experimentation and perfecting technical skill. The theoretical elements include health and safety, food hygiene, function of ingredients, sensory testing, nutrition and diet. The course includes two controlled assessments in year 11 which account for 50% of the overall grade.
The foundations laid at KS3 & KS4 help to develop students who have a real passion for designing and manufacturing products that are innovative and extremely well made. Students are encouraged to work independently and encouraged to develop their design skills in a variety of media, creatively problem solving as they develop.
We currently offer Design & Technology: Three-Dimensional Design through Edexcel at A Level [non exam based] This component allows students opportunities to generate and develop ideas, research primary and contextual sources, record practical and written observations, experiment with media and processes, and refine ideas towards producing personal resolved outcome(s). For the purposes of this qualification, three-dimensional design is subdivided into the following three disciplines: spatial design, product design, design crafts. Students will be required to work in one or more of the disciplines to communicate their ideas. By working across disciplines, they will extend their understanding of the scope of three-dimensional design; by focusing on one discipline, they will gain a deeper understanding of specific processes within three-dimensional design.
Recent successes include: 1st place IET Faraday Competition to design an eco pod, MicroBit for Land Rover BAR; NASA/Heston Blumenthal - design a space dinner for Tim Peake, certificate of excellence awarded; Ist prize in Bloodhound SSC - to design and make a super fast car which could beat the FIA world speed land record (the students designed a car that went 792 mph); 2nd prize in Hillingdon Young Chef competition; FI in Schools; Young Enterprise, and Lego Club. 3rd place in Design Ventura & winning work exhibited at the Design Museum.