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Design Technology

Design Technology at Trinity

Every pupil does Design Technology during Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 & 9). They have a double lesson each week. Usually, the pupils have a teacher for 6 to 8 weeks for a particular project and then move on to do a new project with a different Technology teacher. This enables them to cover all the areas of DT which are: Graphic Products, Food Technology, Textiles Technology, Systems & Control and Resistant Materials.

Design Technology on the Trinity Website

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Recent DT News

Y8 Plastics and the environment project

Over the past few weeks, a couple of Year 8 DT classes have been working on a ‘plastics and the enviroment’ project. The aim was for the pupils to learn about how plastics (polymers) are made and used and their potential effect on our environment.

Y8 Plastics and the environment project

School On View

On Tuesday 1st October, Trinity played host to a large number of Year 6 pupils and their families who were invited to come to see our school.

School On View

Year 10 Wooden Box and Cross Project

Over the past few lessons, Mr Stevens’ Year 10 Design Technology class have been working on two mini projects – a wooden box and a cross.

Year 10 Wooden Box and Cross Project

Oliver!

Trinity's whole school show, Oliver!, was performed by a large cast over three nights in February.

Oliver!

Coursework Clinic

The Design Technology department runs a coursework clinic after school (3:30-4:30pm) every Monday and Tuesday in room 16. The clinic aims to support Year 10, 11, 12 and 13 pupils and allows them to do extra work out of class. This is for all parts of Design Technology; Electronics, Textiles, Graphics, Resistant Materials and Food.

Coursework at GCSE and A-Level in Design Technology accounts for 60% of the overall marks - a major and deciding part of the course. Only half of this mark is practical work. This means about a third of the final mark is based solely on the written work produced in folders.

If you want to come along, just turn up! For any further information speak to Mr Miller.