What we offer:
At key stage 3, we help teachers to deliver fun, interesting and rigorous projects to inspire and prepare students to choose a design & technology subject at GCSE.
At key stages 4 and 5, we aim to take the mystery out of teaching exam specifications for Resistant Materials, Producet Design and Engineering and enable teachers to feel safe in delivering new content.
Our knowledge of the latest in school CAD systems is second to none, we have experienced practitioners who have been delivering content through SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Fusion 360, Autodesk AutoCAD, Techsoft 2D Design and ProDesktop.
This goes hand in hand with running CAM machines new and old from Boxford, Denford, Techsoft and Roland. CNC Milling Machines, CNC Lathes, 3D Printers, 3D Scanners, Laser cutters and Cutter Plotters are all in our skillset.
We offer STEM workshops designed to challenge and inspire students, develop learning skills and Build a good understanding of STEM in a real "Hands-on" way.
These workshops are suitable for primary KS1 and KS2 pupils and can be delivered as a Class, whole Key Stage, or group session. We will ensure we work with you to deliver precisely to your need.
Our RDTHSC trained staff are on hand to deliver all elements needed to satisfy the code of practice BS 4163:2014: Health and Safety for Design and Technology in Educational and Similar Establishments.
This standard sets clear expectations about the Health and Safety training required of everyone working in design and technology such as:
- Primary Standards
- Core Level Standards - how you manage H&S
- Specialist Extension Levels - covering the high risk activities in D&T
- Health and Safety training for Site Staff
- Departmental Health and Safety Audit
The safety and wellbeing of both staff and pupils is paramount within Design and Technology, health and safety plays a crucial role in teaching and learning and would be included under judgements made on safeguarding by Ofsted.
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