Pupils gain a knowledge and understanding of materials, components, controls and structures.
Pupils use focused practical tasks to develop skills, techniques and knowledge, particularly those related to problem solving, tools and materials.
Pupils use opportunities provided to investigate, disassemble and evaluate a range of simple products which are found in everyday life.
Pupils develop confidence in formulating original ideas through a range of DT activities.
Pupils gain a knowledge and understanding of health and safety aspects:
-when working with materials and tools
-when considering the risks to themselves and others during an activity
-when following instructions given by a teacher
-as consumers, knowing that some products are, or can become dangerous.