New Technologies

Head of Department: Mrs S Wilkins
Teachers: Mr D Tudjman, Mrs J Rimmer, Mrs French, Mr Longden, Mr Lawrence, Mrs Hinks
Autumn First Half Computer Drawing Skills
Autumn Second Half Computer Drawing Skills and Introduction to computer animation
Spring First Half Introduction to computer animation
Spring Second Half Computer Drawing Skills
Summer First Half Computer Drawing Skills and Introduction to computer animation
Summer Second Half Introduction to computer animation
Subject: Computing ICT
Year 7 and 8
Subject: Computing ICT
Year 9
Autumn First Half Programming in HTML
Autumn Second Half Programming in HTML and E-safety
Spring First Half E-safety
Spring Second Half Programming in HTML
Summer First Half Programming in HTML and E-safety
Summer Second Half E-safety
Subject: Textiles
Year 7 (Pupils have Textiles for 20 weeks and then move onto computing and vice versa)
Autumn First Half MODULE ONE - GROUP 1
Safe handling of tools and equipment including the use of the sewing machine
Fibres and fabrics classification - Properties of cotton, knits and weaves
Basic construction processes
Product Design - a ‘Puggly’ soft toy following the design process. (10 week project)
Autumn Second Half Continuation of design project.
Designing for a market
Surface decoration - quilting and appliqué
Pattern drafting
Properties of fabrics - Properties of Polyester
Fastenings and more complex construction techniques
Product design - an insulated container
Simple surface decoration with paints and dyes
(10 week project)
Spring First Half The above project will continue until February half term when pupils change to module 2, computing.
The new groups (from computing will work on
Spring Second Half MODULE TWO - GROUP 2
Safe handling of tools and equipment including the use of the sewing machine
Fibres and fabrics classification - Properties of cotton, knits and weaves
Simple surface decoration with paints and dyes
Basic construction processes
Product Design - a ‘Puggly’ soft toy following the design process. (10 week project)
Summer First Half Continuation of design project.
Designing for a market
Surface decoration - quilting and appliqué
Pattern drafting
Properties of fabrics - Properties of Polyester
Fastenings and more complex construction techniques
Product design - an insulated container
(10 week project)
Summer Second Half Continuation of the insulated carrier project
Subject: Textiles
Year 8 (Pupils have Textiles for 20 weeks and then move onto computing and vice versa)
Autumn First Half MODULE ONE - GROUP 1
Safe handling of tools and equipment including the use of the sewing machine
Fibres and fabrics classification - Properties of cotton, knits and weaves
Basic construction processes
Product Design - a ‘Puggly’ soft toy following the design process. (10 week project)
Autumn Second Half Continuation of design project.
Designing for a market
Surface decoration - quilting and appliqué
Pattern drafting
Properties of fabrics - Properties of Polyester
Fastenings and more complex construction techniques
Product design - an insulated container
Simple surface decoration with paints and dyes
(10 week project)
Spring First Half The above project will continue until February half term when pupils change to module 2, computing.
The new groups (from computing will work on
Spring Second Half MODULE TWO - GROUP 2
Safe handling of tools and equipment including the use of the sewing machine
Fibres and fabrics classification - Properties of cotton, knits and weaves
Simple surface decoration with paints and dyes
Basic construction processes
Product Design - a ‘Puggly’ soft toy following the design process. (10 week project)
Summer First Half Continuation of design project.
Designing for a market
Surface decoration - quilting and appliqué
Pattern drafting
Properties of fabrics - Properties of Polyester
Fastenings and more complex construction techniques
Product design - an insulated container
(10 week project)
Summer Second Half Continuation of the insulated carrier project
Autumn First Half Introduction to the construction processes for garment making:
Seams, controlling fullness, fastenings.
Creative decorative techniques using paints, dyes and surface decorations
Autumn Second Half Use of commercial patterns - garment making
Simple pattern adaption’s
Properties of fibres, fabrics and fabric construction
Trends and designers
Clothes show visit
Spring First Half Knowledge of Industrial manufacturing
Research for the controlled assessment
Spring Second Half Controlled assessment - folio(design section)
Testing and trialling techniques
Summer First Half Development section of the controlled assessment
Mock up of the practical task
Summer Second Half Continuation f the development section
Pattern alterations and planning for the final practical task
Preparation of the practical task - begin the practical
Subject: Design and Technology: Textiles GCSE
Year 10
Text Book/s:  Design and Technology: textiles, The essentials guide (revision book)
Assessment/exams: Formative assessment after each completed section of the folio and
feedback given.
Half term 1 Focus on chopping skills accurate weighing and measuring and eat well plate.
A range of practical tasks. 
Half term 2 Seasonal food, Mass manufacture. Function of ingredients, vitamins and minerals
A range of practical tasks. 
Half term 3 Dietary needs, main meals
A range of practical tasks. 
Subject: Food Technology
Year: 7 and 8

Year: 9
Half term 1 Focus on developing practical skills with an emphasis on Recipes from Asia.
Assessment task: Ready Steady Cook
ICT - Nutritional analysis, prezi presentation on international food and costing.
 
Half term 2 Focus on developing practical skills with an emphasis on Recipes from Europe.
Assessment Task: Clanger
ICT - Marshmallow project using audacity to produce an advert.
Half term 3 Focus on preparing for the final design and make task.
Assessment Task: Design and Make
ICT - Marshmallow project using audacity to produce an advert. 
Subject: WJEC Catering

Year 10
Autumn First Half The principles of pastry making
The functions of ingredients
Health and hygiene and food handling
Begin the Food Hygiene certificate.
Knife skills
Practical work each week will focus on suitable sweet and savoury dishes in preparation for the Task 1 of the Controlled Assessment
Autumn Second Half The Industry
Correct choice and use of equipment
Food preparation - skills and preparation and presentation
Healthy eating - Nutrition and special diets

Practical - continuation of the pastry making skills, biscuits, use of vegetables and dairy.
Christmas cookery
Spring First Half Bread making - theory and types
Principles of cake making and functions of ingredients
Portion control and costing
Kitchen and Restaurant Brigades  (Job Roles in the Catering and Hospitality Industry)

Nutrition
Presentation and garnishes
Practical - recipe development, creamed, rubbed in, whisked cake and melted methods of cake making.
Meringues
Easter cookery competition
Spring Second Half Research for the controlled assessment - Task 1
Either, Afternoon tea, Dairy or Fruits and Vegetable.
Testing and trialling and developing practical dishes.
Summer First Half Controlled assessment Task 1
Summer Second Half Controlled assessment Task 1
Text Book/s:  WJEC Catering (revision guide)
Assessment/exams: Formative assessment each half term.





UNIT 2: Catering, food and the customer
Written Paper 1 ¼ hours 80 marks (80 UMS)
One paper which will be externally set and marked. All questions compulsory and targeted at the full range of GCSE grades. The paper will contain short-answer, structured and free response questions drawn from the catering content.
Year 11: WJEC Catering
UNIT 1: Catering skills related to food preparation and service
Controlled Task 120 marks (120 UMS)
Two practical tasks selected from a bank of six WJEC set tasks. Internally assessed using WJEC set criteria and externally moderated.
45 hours in total. 60%
Autumn First Half Prepare for exam

Food and drinks industry
Food handling
Nutrition

Practical tasks to prepare for task 2

Resubmission of task 1

Autumn Second Half Prepare for exam

Costing and portion control;
Specialist equipment;
Communication and record keeping; Environmental considerations.

Unit 1 task 2 prep

Spring First Half Complete Unit 1 task 2 - practical exam
Spring Second Half Revision and prep for Final written exam
Summer First Half Revision and prep for Final written exam
Summer Second Half Revision and prep for Final written exam
Subject: Product Design
Year: 7

Half term 1 Jewellery stand and pendant project
ICT - 2d Design skills
Half term 2 Jewellery stand and pendant project.
Cyber pet project.
ICT - Solid Works
Half term 3 Cyber pet project.
ICT - Solid Works
Year: 8
Half term 1   Jewellery stand and pendant project
ICT - 2d Design skills
Half term 2   Jewellery stand and pendant project.
Cyber pet project.
ICT - Solid Works
Half term 3   Cyber pet project.
ICT - Solid Works
Year: 9
Half term 1    Jewellery stand and pendant project
ICT - 2d Design skills
Half term 2   Jewellery stand and pendant project.
Cyber pet project.
ICT - Solid Works
Half term 3    Cyber pet project.
ICT - Solid Works
Text Book/s:
Assessment/exams:  The practical will be assessed once complete. Some of the key design tasks will also be assessed. 
Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
Prepare for exam  section A

Complete AO1 investigate

AO2 Design and Develop their ideas

Prepare for exam Section B

Prepare for Mock exam

Complete A03 Plan and Make

Hand in date 19 Dec 2014

Complete AO4
Evaluation




Controlled Assessment
Final Hand in date 06 Feb 2015

Preparation for theory exam.
Every lesson will now be focussed on the theory exam, technique, and key materials needed.

Preparation for theory exam (cont’d) Until the written exam is completed (normally just before the half term holiday)
Pupils have completed their GCSE Product design, and no longer need to attend Product classes.
Year 11 Product Design

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