Design & Technology - Schemes of Learning
Design and Technology is a creative, technical and diverse subject area.
In Key Stage 3 (years 7-8), students study Product Design, Graphics, Electronics, Food Preparation and Nutrition and Textiles Technology over the year on a rotation basis.
In Key Stage 4 (years 9-11), students have the options to pursue the following courses:
- GCSE Design and Technology
- GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition
- GCSE Catering
- GCSE Child Development
- BTEC Engineering
See GCSE Course Content for more information.
In Toot Hill College students are able to pursue the following A level courses:
- AS/A2 Product Design
- WJEC Diploma in Food Science and Nutrition
See Post 16 Course Content for more information.
Design & Technology News
- Toot Hill STEM Exhibition a success
At the Toot Hill STEM Exhibition students from years 7, 8, 9, 10, &12 exhibited their STEM projects (14/03/2017)
- Master Chef - October half term
Miss Chattaway's Year 6 Master Chef activity goes well during October half term (06/11/2015)
- Techno Challenge
Techno-challenge - Motor Racing Week: Fun and Rewarding (14/09/2015)
- Michelin Star chef masterclass
Michelin star chef Jason Lynas delivered an inspirational practical lesson for a group of students (28/10/2013)
- Food Tech enjoys the gift of a bumper harvest!
Copy of an article that appeared in the Newark Advertiser on the 3 October 2013 (17/10/2013)