Designing at Key Stage One

This collection includes eight primary solutions units of work developed by the Nuffield Foundation to support Key Stage One: Years One to Two (Five to Seven years).

Each unit within this collection includes lesson by lesson teaching guidance, a listing of new vocabulary, a description of links to other subjects and full details of resource requirements.

The units of work for Key Stage One take from four to five-and-a-half hours to complete.

Full colour and greyscale versions of the resources are available to download.

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What Should Be Stuck to Your Fridge?

One of the units from the Nuffield Primary Solutions in Design and Technology in which students design a fridge magnet set that will appeal to young children.

The fridge magnets are made from layers, which add considerably to their attractiveness, and are used to hold up a list of commonly mis-spelt words....

How Will Your Roly Poly Move?

One of the units from the Nuffield Primary Solutions in Design and Technology. Students design and make a simple push-along toy (a roly poly) using a mixture of found materials, paper and card.

The toy should be designed to provide amusement in both its appearance and the ways it moves. It may be for the...

Should Your Software Speak?

One of the units from the Nuffield Primary Solutions in Design and Technology in which students produce a multimedia presentation using software they are familiar with from previous ICT lesson time.

The presentation content must first be researched and the presentation itself needs to be attractive and easy...

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