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Rationale

Aims

At Scunthorpe C of E Primary School, we value every pupil and the contribution they have to make. As a result, we aim to ensure that every child achieves success and that all are enabled to develop their skills in accordance with their level of ability.

We aim for all pupils to:

  • Become confident in their own creative, technical and practical ability to enable them to complete everyday tasks confidently in our ever-changing technological world.
  • Use their imagination and enthusiasm to design and make products using appropriate materials and techniques
  • Evaluate critique and test their own ideas and the products and work others have created.
  • Understand the importance of nutrition and learn how to cook.

At the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage the children will be able to:

  • plan design and finish a product of their own design.
  • Be confident in using their own fine motor skills to complete everyday tasks.

At the end of Key Stage 1 the children will be able to:

  • Complete basic research about an existing product.
  • Plan design and finish a product of their own design.
  • Begin to evaluate their own product and one of their peers and tell a grown up how they could improve their work.
  • Select the correct equipment and tools they will need to complete a task.
  • Use moving parts in a product.
  • Understand basic food hygiene and know where the food we eat comes from.

At the end of Key Stage 2 the children will be able to:

  • Complete independent research about an existing product that helps develop their own criteria for a product.
  • Share ideas in innovate ways.
  • Select the correct tool/equipment to perform a given task.
  • Evaluate and analyse existing products as well as their own and those of their peers.
  • Understand how to improve their work with complex structures.
  • Use computing to aid products.
  • Understand the principles of a healthy diet.
  • Prepare a dish using a range of cooking skills
  • Understand where our food comes from: what is grown, reared and caught.
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