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What Shape Should Your Pastry Be?

One of the units from the Nuffield Primary Solutions in Design and Technology in which children design and make a new pastry product for a particular group of people.

The product will be based on the children's experience of the traditional jam tart and each child will carry out market research to identify the needs and preferences of their consumers.

Pupils will learn to record their responses to appearance, taste and texture. They will explore the ingredients used, nutritional values and packaging.

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