- Begin to know that food is grown (such as tomatoes, wheat and potatoes), reared (such as pigs, chickens and cattle) and caught (such as fish) in the UK, Europe and the wider world.
- To learnt that food can be divided into different groups and that a sandwich can be part of a healthy diet
- To taste a variety of breads and sandwiches and examine flavours and textures.
- To design and plan a sandwich for a particular purpose.
- To be able to create a healthy sandwich.
- To evaluate a finished product
- To investigate a collection of different shell structures including packaging.
- To know why engineers, use certain structures for certain purposes
- Discuss and understand how nets and 2D shapes including tabs are used to arrange a package structure.
- Evaluate existing products to see which are the most effective. Do they contain, protect or present?
- Develop a design brief within a context that is meaningful and authentic.
- Design a shell structure using annotated sketches and a prototype.
- Using appropriate tools and skills, make their designed product.
- Evaluate how well does your structure work?
- How did you make the structure strong and durable? How does your product protect and contain? How does the product look? Is it appealing for the user?
D&T unit taught in the Autumn and Spring