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Characteristics of paper and boards

Within this lesson students will develop an understanding of the primary sources of producing both papers and boards. Students will be able to recognise and characterise different types of papers and boards. Students will understand how the physical and working properties of a range of paper and board products...

Continuous production

Students explore the difference between continuous and mass production, noting that there are many similarities but mass production has a large finite number of products made (which is subject to change) and continuous production whilst not infinite does not have a preplanned production size and is subject the...

Design and technology: consumer profile cards

This resource provides students with a range of consumer or user profiles that can be used for research and creating project briefs. There are 12 profiles with a range of characteristics, for example: age or gender.

Design and technology: homework choice board

This resources provides a homework choice board for students of design and technology. It suggests a number of homework challenges, differentiated into three areas: junior designer, senior designer or creative director. Homework tasks are varied and could be used to compliment exam revision.

Drawing in 3D

A collection of worksheets that promote maths activities when drawing in 3D. Activities focus on isometric and orthographic drawing, adding dimensions and drawing objects to scale.

This resource has been provided by Helen Dunn.

Electronic handbag project

This resource can be used to support an electronic handbag project. There are four worksheets that cover the following topics:

  • micro-controllers
  • exh numbering for neopixels
  • the ‘Internet of Things’
  • conductive thread circuits

The worksheets are suitable for...

Engineering employers

Students are given introduction to a selection of Engineering employers. They consider some of the key employers that work in engineering sectors. Students complete a card sort activity of work undertaken by the companies that matches their logo from the Aerospace, Automotive, Communications, Electrical/Electronic...

Engineering Sectors

Students use the resource to look at some of the sectors in Engineering including Aerospace, Automotive, Communications, Electrical/Electronic, Mechanical, Biomedical, Chemical, Environmental, Transport, Rail & Marine Engineering.

Through production of a written research piece, supported by information...

Finding shapes in the Design Museum

This worksheet challenges students to find different shapes in images of the Design Museum in London. Students are asked to find and name shapes, draw and measure angles, calculate area and calculate volume. The first part of the resource provides images for students to work from. The second part provides volume...

Finishes for wood

In this lesson students will develop an understanding of finishes that can be applied to timber to enhance their properties. Students will complete a finishes worksheet throughout the lesson; creating future revision notes. Lessons learnt knowledge will be tested in a series of exam style questions with provided...


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