Design and Technology: the National Curriculum - Key Stages 1-4 (1999)

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The 1999 edition of the Design and Technology National Curriculum included set out clearly the programmes of study and attainment targets for Key Stages One to Four. It sets out the importance of design and technology education to students' performance across the curriculum in promoting social, moral and cultural development as well as teaching key skills such as team working and communication, application of number and problem solving.

There is also a chapter stating that students should have opportunities to develop their ICT skills as part of their courses across all subjects in the curriculum.

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