A wide range of Design and Technology (including the New Specification 2017) and Food & Nutrition resources. I hope to save you hours and hours of prep time :) I teach Fashion & Textiles KS3 and KS4 and previously Food & Nutrition KS4 here in Wales (WJEC) and the majority of my resources are designed specifically for these areas however some of my resources can be used across all DT. I'd gladly welcome some feedback and if you see any errors please do let me know!

mp4, 28.83 MB
mp4, 28.83 MB

A short 2 minute video I created for SustFashwales about the main issues of global manufacture in the fashion industry. This is Part 1 of a series of videos learning about the often hidden issues and problems of the global fashion industry. The video was created using Animaker and iMovie.

It links perfectly with a recent blog I wrote for Friends of the Earth Cymru: https://www.foe.cymru/clothes-how-bad

I have lots of other videos I’ve created to people to have for free. They are perfect for teachers to use in their classroom or those wanting to learn new skills such as using a sewing machine, threading/using hand needles, hand sewing stitches, sewing applique and buttons all with the aim of fixing your own clothes to save you money and also save the planet too! I also have other videos all about the many issues and solutions of the fashion industry! Subscribe to see them as they are added! If you are a teacher/lecturer get in touch and I will send you links to free copies to use in your own classroom/workshops!
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#SustFashWales was created by myself, Helen O’Sullivan (nee Ball) and I have a long passion for sustainability and transparency within the tangled web that is the fashion industry supply chain. The need for a more accessible sustainable fashion industry has never been greater, as one of the most polluting industries in the world and one that affects us all through the clothes we wear. As consumers we often have no idea how much power we have to make a difference in such a huge perplexing global economy. By doing little things like learning where your clothes and accessories come from, who makes them and then using this to make more responsible choices, we have the ability to make great change!
I have been campaigning for over 15 years for a sustainable fashion industry and in addition to my own work as a teacher and a bridal designer I have also supported various causes such as Fashion Revolution, Ethical Fashion Forum etc. However, I recognise the need for a source of information for those in Wales….SustFashWales!

http://www.SustFashWales.org

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