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Design Technology at Scholes ensures that our curriclum includes:

Cooking and Nutrition, Mechanisms, Structure, Textiles and Electrical Systems 

   

Through each topic of DT, children will design, make and evaluate, learning and using technical knowledge throughout.

Design and Technology lessons encourage creativity and imagination through these four key skills, as well as  cooking and nutrition  which enables childre with the skill to make healthy eating choices. This expertise helps our children prepare for adult life in a fast changing world, being able to recognise that things can be changed in order to suit peoples needs and wants - including reusing and recycling materials. Inspiring lessons include practical tasks which will provide children with opportunities to investigate and evaluate current products, offering creative ideas to design and make their own innovative, quality products, Skill-focused strings of lessons will encourage positive attitudes towards DT and the arts, enjoyment, curiosity, independance and co-operation.

 

Art at Scholes Village Primary school, gives our children opportunity for their imagination to thrive creatively and be recorded in a variety of different ways. Our vision for art at Scholes is for children to express their ideas in each creative aspect of art, including painting, drawing, printing, sculpture, collage and textiles. Art often will make cross-curricular links with other subjects, creating visual understanding and influence children’s imagination. Observational skills will also be developed, helping children to become better observers to the world around them.

                    

Art and design lets children communicate what they see, feel and think through the use of colour, texture, form, pattern using different mediums. The children at Scholes are proud to see their work displayed around school, brightening up the walls and showcasing their talent. Our art corridor highlights the quality of our children’s amazing work from local art competitions, artists, workshops and school curriculum enrichment days.

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