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I have been a successful head of Design and Technology in a challenging high school since 2001. I personally deliver Edxcel BTEC Engineering and GCSE Graphics, Product Design and WJEC Food and Nutrition. I am very proficient in IT and use my skills in this area to produce engaging and easy to follow lessons. Through my lessons I have achieved and average of 80% of my pupils achieving a level 2 qualification in a school with a an average 30% level 2 pass rate over.

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I have been a successful head of Design and Technology in a challenging high school since 2001. I personally deliver Edxcel BTEC Engineering and GCSE Graphics, Product Design and WJEC Food and Nutrition. I am very proficient in IT and use my skills in this area to produce engaging and easy to follow lessons. Through my lessons I have achieved and average of 80% of my pupils achieving a level 2 qualification in a school with a an average 30% level 2 pass rate over.
Food and Nutrition - Dietary lifestyle choices
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Food and Nutrition - Dietary lifestyle choices

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Food and nutrition lesson on lifestyle choices and diet. Covers individuals with specific lifestyle needs to include vegetarians: lacto-ovo, lacto, vegan, and those with religious beliefs that affect choice of diet to include Hindu, Muslim, Jewish Lesson contains Starter Learning objectives Card sort Summary of 60 Mini review GCSE questions Exit card resources
BTEC Engineering Unit 1 Example test 1 with answers
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BTEC Engineering Unit 1 Example test 1 with answers

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Unit 1 Engineering example test. 19 questions in the on screen format to familiarise pupils with the style of questions they will get from 1 mark to 8 marks. All questions include sample answers and key buts of linked knowledge that they should know.
World Cup Quiz
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World Cup Quiz

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5 round World cup Quiz Emoji Challenge Flags Guess the year Spot the ball Bonus Questions (Editable)
Fear of Failure Halloween assembly whole School Ks2 Ks3 Ks4
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Fear of Failure Halloween assembly whole School Ks2 Ks3 Ks4

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An assembly I delivered for halloween about fear and the fear of failure and but can be used at anypoint of the year (just remove the halloween specific slide) The only thing I have removed is the picture of me combatting my fear of heights, you can personalise for your own. Lasted around 15 - 20 minutes with a link to video
Home Based Learning Activity/project: Wood Craft and Planning
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Home Based Learning Activity/project: Wood Craft and Planning

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A 4 hour learning activity/project that encourages independent learning to meet set outcomes. This activity was developed as a short project based learning activity to compliment the work that the pupils do in school. There are 5 milestones for the pupils to complete using the resources provided to answer a driving question. Driving Question When making a product for someone how do you know which materials are the most suitable, which size of material to order and what the cost will be? How can you ensure you are not left out of pocket after charging the customer? In the resource you will find an overview sheet and 5 suitable resource sheets to help pupils complete the desired outcomes. Description of Project Whether you are a builder, carpenter, roofer, painter you will always need to buy the materials you need to make a product. Sometimes you are making a product to sell or providing a service and you will not want to be out of pocket. Whenever you plan to make a product at home or in work you will need to know how much material you will need to make the product. If you order too little or the wrong size you will not be able to make the product. If you order too much you will be left with waste and will end up costing you more. Before you start to make, you should plan out the exact size and quantity of a material you need and which stock form you need to order to get the shapes you need. You should then budget your product to make sure you can afford to make it or too calculate the cost of the product to enable you to make a profit Wooden Table You have been approached by a customer to make this simple coffee table and has given you a budget of £100. Before you make it you will need to work out which material would be the most suitable, how much material you need, what stock form you need to order. Then you will have to calculate how much it will cost to make to make sure it is profitable for you to make it within the budget. Man does not work for free!