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Dynamic DT

At Walford Primary School, we value DT as an inspiring, rigorous and practical subject.  Using creativity and imagination, pupils design and make products that solve real and relevant problems within a variety of contexts, considering their own and others’ needs, wants and values.  We aim for all pupils to become autonomous and creative problem solvers, as individuals and as members of a team.  The subject affords opportunities for them to develop their core skills of resilience, reflectiveness and resourcefulness.  In DT, pupils learn how to take risks, becoming resourceful, innovative, enterprising and capable citizens.  Through the evaluation of past and present design and technology, they develop a critical understanding of its impact on daily life and the wider world.


All children at Walford Primary School will:

  • meet the requirements of the National Curriculum;
  • work with a range of materials and components to make products.  These include textiles, food, construction kits (including electronics) and sheet materials;
  • design and make good quality products;
  • produce work using a variety of materials and processes;
  • acquire creative and technical skills;
  • formulate opinions about designs;
  • evaluate their designs and products;
  • communicate their ideas orally and visually;
  • develop an interest in DT;
  • be encouraged to think for themselves;
  • develop and use the language/vocabulary of DT, to observe and record information.

Dynamic DT in Class 4- Woodwork Chariot Frames

Dynamic DT in Class 4- Making Hedgehog Cakes

Dynamic D&T in Class 6 - Harvest Market Apple Crumble

Dynamic D&T in Class 3 - Making chocolate apples

Dynamic D&T in Class 4- Chris Champness Inspired Finger Knitting

Class 6 Christmas Games Project

Design & Technology Policy

Design & Technology Progression