2 Year Schedule for KS1/2

In order to cover the range of the art and design and design technology curricula, we have planned a two year sequence from year 1 to year 6.

2021/22
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5Year 6
Aut 13D – clay3D – clayStructuresStructuresFood TechnologyFood Technology
Aut 2Food TechnologyFood Technology3D – metal3D – metalPrintingPrinting
Spr 1Mechanical Systems(axles & wheels)Mechanical Systems(axles & wheels)Food TechnologyFood Technology3D – clay3D – clay
Spr 2StructuresStructuresPrintingPrintingElectrical systemsElectrical systems
Sum 1PrintingPrintingElectrical systemsElectrical systemsStructuresStructures
Sum 2portraits including mixed mediaportraits including photography/digitalportraits including mixed mediaportraits including photography/digitalportraits including mixed mediaportraits including photography/digital
2022/23
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5Year 6
Aut 1PaintingPaintingTextiles TextilesFood Technology Food Technology
Aut 2Mechanical Systems(sliders and levers)Mechanical Systems(Sliders and levers)PaintingPaintingTextiles Textiles
Spr 1
Collage
CollageMechanical Systems(levers and linkages)Mechanical Systems(levers and linkages)PaintingPainting
Spr 2Food Technology Food TechnologyCollageCollageMechanical Systems(pulleys or gears) Mechanical Systems(pulleys or gears) 
Sum 1TextilesTextilesFood Technology Food TechnologyCollageCollage
Sum 2portraits including mixed mediaportraits including photography/digitalportraits including mixed mediaportraits including photography/digitalportraits including mixed mediaportraits including photography/digital

KS3 Art and Design

RotationYear 7Year 8Year 9
1“The Lost Words” as a source book, illustrations by Jackie Morriss & written by Robert Macfarlane.
Bernard Palissey’s ceramics
(Pencil and Clay)
Chris Ofilli/ Stephen Lawrence (Textiles)Identity (Technical drawing)
2Observational drawings from leaves etc collected from Orwell Country Park.
(observational drawings)
Bob and Roberta SmithLinocut outcome/ clay outcome

KS3 Fitness and Nutrition Overview 21/22

At KS3, the food technology elements of the National Curriculum for DT are taught within Fitness and Nutrition.

Year 7 (10 week rotation)Year 8 (10 week rotation)Year 9 (x1 2hr slot every two weeks)
To ensure that the necessary level of health and safety is achieved when cooking.Ensuring the necessary level of health and safety is achieved.Health and safety checks
Multiple ways of utilising the egg (Small meal ideas/swaps)How do we increase nutritional value?Healthy snacks, alternatives to traditional
Looking into the terms ‘input’ &’ output’Exercise & Nutrition – Governments recommendations diet and exerciseHow to increase the nutritional value of a dish by adding 
To identify the Macronutrients within the dish (Healthier swaps)Making of healthy lunch alternativesHow to increase the nutritional value of a dish using swaps
How to increase the nutritional value of a dishUnhealthy lifestyles and dietary deficienciesThe effects that cooking has on an ingredient
Eating disordersLooking into yeast In depth view of a balanced diet? Food nutrients, Athlete’s diet, Meal planning, Healthier eating at home.
Display of work: ‘healthy swaps’ or a ‘macronutrient’.A range of roles and jobs within cateringLooking at how food impacts the bodies’ development.
 Exploring what traditional cooking isReasons why breakfast is an important part of a healthy diet
 Display work; ‘eating disorder or cooking method.Nutritional content of dishes 
  The effects of an unbalanced diet
  The effects of social, mental and physical factors on health
  The effects on time when planning meals  and factors that affect weightings
  Government’s recommendations of nutrition.
Last updated September 17, 2021