Design & Technology

Design & Technology at Wickhambreaux

Subject Leader Profile

Mrs Barnes is an enthusiastic advocate of the importance of design and technology teaching in primary school. She has been designing and creating from a young age, and has undertaken a great deal of CPD in this area, including working in collaboration with qualified engineers, to continue to improve and develop her skills so that her pupils are provided with the best possible DT experience.

Wickhambreaux teaches DT through discrete sessions, interleaved sessions, and themed weeks devoted to the subject, which Mrs Barnes organises to follow and engaging theme which can be accessed by all year groups. 

Under her leadership, DT at Wickhambreaux has flourished. Pupils are provided many opportunities to explore their creative vision, evaluate their ideas and develop them, and exercise their skills with logical reasoning and flexible thinking in analysing and improving their creations.

She and Mrs Chipperfield co-founded STEM club as an extracurricular outlet for pupils to further extend their knowledge, understanding and practical experiences in this subject, which are fundamentally important for children to function as effective citizens in future society.

Vision Statement

 

Mrs Barnes is an enthusiastic advocate of the importance of design and technology teaching in primary school. She has been designing and creating from a young age, and has undertaken a great deal of CPD in this area, including working in collaboration with qualified engineers, to continue to improve and develop her skills so that her pupils are provided with the best possible DT experience.

Wickhambreaux teaches DT through discrete sessions, interleaved sessions, and themed weeks devoted to the subject, which Mrs Barnes organises to follow and engaging theme which can be accessed by all year groups. 

Under her leadership, DT at Wickhambreaux has flourished. Pupils are provided many opportunities to explore their creative vision, evaluate their ideas and develop them, and exercise their skills with logical reasoning and flexible thinking in analysing and improving their creations.

She and Mrs Chipperfield co-founded STEM club as an extracurricular outlet for pupils to further extend their knowledge, understanding and practical experiences in this subject, which are fundamentally important for children to function as effective citizens in future society.
 

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Contact Us

Wickhambreaux CEP School 

The Street

Wickhambreaux 

Canterbury 

CT3 1RN

Email Contact: Christine Stephenson (School Secretary)

christines@wickhambreaux.kent.sch.uk

Phone: 01227 721 300

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