Subjects - DT

Subject Definition
DT is about designing and making 'something' for 'somebody' for 'some purpose.' Designers do this by using their creativity and imagination to explore, design, make and evaluate a range of exciting products.


"Design is a funny word. Some people think design means how it looks. But of course, if you look deeper, it's really how it works." - Steve Jobs

DT Curriculum Map

Useful Websites

Eat Happy is the initiative linked to Tesco and ‘Farm to Fork’. On this page there are many useful recipes and activities associated with food preparation. The activities are fun to do and help children to become motivated in finding out where their food comes from.

Jamie Oliver’s home cooking skills page provides you with a large number of videos to demonstrate a variety of food preparation skills. They are quick to watch and very informative.


The Teaching ideas website provides many ideas for various design projects that you can complete with your child at home.

Free resources for teaching young people aged 3-16 years about where food comes from, cooking and healthy eating.

The BBC website is packed full of lessons and practical DT activities. (ks1)   

This website is all about learning to use Lego for all sorts of DT projects, as well as finding out about Lego.

 Inventive Kids is a place where children and adults can learn about inventors and inventions, and their own creative potential!


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