Aims and Ethos
D&T is a vast subject that encompasses Graphic Design, Product Design, Textiles Technology, Food and Nutrition, Electronics and Computing.
Everything that we interact with has been designed, manufactured, marketed and consumed. D&T teaches students about the materials, processes and thinking behind the products they use, the designers and makers who have developed them and the people who sell them. It encourages learners to consider the cycle of the products they buy and the impact consumerism has on local and global environments and communities. With this knowledge, learners can make positive choices about the products they design, make and consume.
Our aim for D&T at The Wren School is to develop enquiring learners who question the world around them. Our lessons are designed to inspire learners’ curiosity and facilitate creative problem solving. We aim to support students to make products that are executed confidently and with skill.
|This is Me
||This is Us
||Genius of the Past
|Inventions of the Future
||Power of Humans
||Power of the Earth
Extra Curricular Activities
The Arts and Crafts Club runs every Tuesday between 3.30 and 4.30. This is an opportunity for students to explore creative subject matter outside of the curriculum and will include everything from knitting to chocolate making to gardening. Alternatively, students can opt to use the time for completing their own drawings and paintings if they wish, which can be displayed in our classroom gallery.