Curriculum

Year 6

Autumn

Term 1

What are we learning? What KUS will we gain? What will excellence look like?
English Writing:

Formal Letter/Persuasive writing

SPAG:

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Reading:

Comprehension – Variety of Classic Novels Extracts.

Persuasive writing techniques; formal letter writing structures; text inference and deduction.

 

 

Writing: Use of rhetorical questions, exaggeration, rule of three, imagery, repetition, emotive language; writing in paragraphs; using variety of sentence structures and coordinating and subordinating connectives; use of high level vocabulary.

SPAG: Identifying simple, compound, complex sentences in typical grammar questions as well as co-ordinating connectives: so, and, but, moreover, however, therefore; subordinating connectives: although, since, if; using commas in lists, separating main from subordinate clauses, for extra information.

Reading: Selecting appropriate quotations and give explanations; commenting on the context of the particular words in sentences; summarising the text and comparing/ contrasting information across different texts.

Maths

 

 

Number and place value; mental Multiplication and division; decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions; fractions, ratio and proportion; mental addition and subtraction; written addition and subtraction; problem solving, reasoning and algebra; measurement; written multiplication and division.

 

Developing fluency; reason mathematically; solving problems; understanding algebraic concepts Reading, writing, ordering and comparing numbers up to 1,000,000 and determine the value of each digit; giving answers up to 3 decimal places; converting decimals (up to 3 places) to fractions and vice versa using thousandths, hundredths and tenths; choosing and using an appropriate method to add or subtract whole numbers with up to 5 digits; choosing and using an appropriate mental or written method, including column addition and subtraction, to add and subtract decimal numbers with 1, 2 or 3 decimal places, including in the context of measures and money; using letters to represent missing numbers in number sentences; finding pairs of numbers that satisfy an equation with two unknowns; enumerating possibilities of combinations of two variables; using knowledge of the order of operations and brackets to carry out multi-step calculations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division; solve problems involving the calculation and conversion of units of measure; using, reading, writing and converting between standard units; converting measurements of length, mass, volume and time from a smaller unit of measure to a larger unit, and vice versa; using short multiplication to multiply numbers with up to 4 digits, including amounts of money, by 1-digit numbers and solving word problems involving multiplication including two-step problems and finding change; multiplying multi-digit numbers up to 4 digits by numbers between 10 and 40 using the formal written method of multiplication
Science Animals, including humans; keeping healthy; working scientifically

 

 

 

 

 

 

An understanding of dental types and health; using scientific equipment; understanding blood, heart and exercise; explaining food groups; understanding the function of bones and muscles. Scientific names are used for all parts of the body studied; investigation planning is independent and

conclusions are linked to the evidence collected; a healthy diet is explained and the discovery of a cure for Scurvy is understood; keeping a healthy body is clearly explained.

Geography

 

 

 

 

The structure of the Earth; the importance of water

 

 

 

Identification; annotation; classification; description

 

Using the characteristics of rocks to classify them; understanding how the characteristics of a rock make it suitable for a particular use; providing clear, accurate annotations to describe a diagram. 
History

 

 

Mayan Civilisation Knowledge of the chronology of the Mayan Civilisation in the wider historical context; an understanding of the development of the Mayan society and the achievements they made; considering how artefacts can inform us about history and how to evaluate achievements using source evidence. Analysing the impact of achievements in order to consider what made the Mayans a great civilisation; using evidence from source material to support this analysis; forming an opinion based on this analysis as to what the greatest achievement was.
Religious Studies

 

What does it mean to be a Muslim? Research; reporting; explaining; applying knowledge; using empathy Use of PEE skills in explanations; comparison of personal beliefs with others; understanding that actions have religious meaning.
MFL Je me présente Gaining a deeper understanding of the French speaking world; learning the alphabet and some basic phonics in French; learning how to introduce yourself, give your name, say how you are and spell your name aloud; learning numbers 1-31; learning how to ask someone their age as well as give your own and explain your birthday to someone; learning how to say the names of different countries and nationalities in French.  Being able to list different countries where French is an official language and taking the initiative of researching one of these countries; using French to communicate in the classroom where possible; being able to use numbers up to 100; asking questions in French as well as remembering answers to questions; regularly revising vocabulary at home.  
Music

 

Playing the ukulele Instrumental skills; composing skills; listening skills. Fluency of changing between chords; creating a composition that features two clear sections with a variety of strumming patterns.
Art Animals in Danger Creating changes in tone using water colours; using pastel resist technique; understanding the stages of sketching an object from observation; examining how to create complex sketches by using simple shapes; investigating the work of Henri Rousseau; understanding the importance of composition when generating a final idea; understanding the importance of proportion Developing more complex leaf shape/patterns and ensure shadow is added; developing a wider range of shading + shadow created by object; developing shadow and texture on fur.

 

 

 

PSHE

 

 

 

Emotions; risks; goals; targets

 

 

Developing a better awareness of emotions and how to manage them; learning what risks are, how they are different from hazards, and about decision making. Making intelligent and articulate arguments sensitively and appropriately.
PE Girls: netball; boys: football

 

Passing short & long distances using different techniques; catching/controlling a ball; dodging, marking & shooting; officiating & analysing performance; understanding roles, positions & tactics; understanding the value of fairness Applying the skills of the game with precision and speed in a competitive situation; demonstrating knowledge of the rules/tactics when performing/ officiating; choosing a player of the match and justifying the decision

 

ICT Internet Safety Understanding computer networks including the internet and the opportunities they offer for communication and collaboration; using search technologies effectively, appreciating how results are selected and ranked, and evaluating digital content; using technology safely, respectfully and responsibly; recognising acceptable/unacceptable behaviour; identifying a range of ways to report concerns about content and contact. Demonstrating a knowledge of how to stay safe online; using knowledge, skills and understanding to support or teach others; creating presentations that enhance learning; using Google apps with skill and confidence
Food Technology

 

Healthy eating; food preparation skills; investigations Identifying healthy options; investigating ‘breakfast’; making different healthy recipes; investigating cheese; comparison of cereals Selecting items for a healthy breakfast; reporting findings to reach a conclusion

 

Resistant Materials

 

 

Making a controllable vehicle Creating mechanisms and structures Skilled colouring/shading techniques along with well written reasons for design decisions; successful application of techniques such as measuring & marking, sawing, drilling and soldering.
Year 7

Autumn

Term 1

What are we learning? What KUS will we gain? What will excellence look like?
English

 

 

War and Wildlife Extracts (Lord of the Flies, War Horse, Whispers in the Graveyard) GCSE Language Paper 1 skills: commenting on: explicit information from the text;

structural features and their effects; writers’ methods and language techniques; descriptive/narrative writing skills; non- fiction writing skills

 

 

Reading Comprehension:

Fluent use of PEELED paragraph structure; taking forensic approach to exploring the effects of words, phrases, language features, sentence forms, narrative perspective/place, climax, contrasts/ dialogue; linking across paragraphs etc.; supporting ideas with a range of textual detail (using embedded quotations, choosing the shortest and most appropriate evidence); making sophisticated use of subject terminology such as: connotation, sematic field, cumulative effect, sibilance or juxtaposition etc.

Writing:

Use of high level vocabulary and expanded similes/metaphors, personification; full range of punctuation; variety of sentence forms (fiction); journalistic style, persuasive techniques (non-fiction)

Maths Analysing and displaying data; expressions, functions and formulae; calculation; graphs

 

 

Applying formulae and showing application in real life context; developing fluency in data interpretation. Working out mode, range and median; using frequency tables; understanding the degrees in a circle; understanding positive and negative numbers; rounding numbers to the nearest 10; using decimal division; using powers, square numbers and cube numbers; solving equations
Science Particles; cells and reproduction; Researching & identifying solids, liquids and gases; presenting data; understanding air pressure and water particles; researching particle theories over time; understanding plant and animal cells; using microscopes; understanding major organs and bodily systems and their functions; describing external and internal reproduction; understanding human reproduction processes; understanding the menstrual cycle and the birth process; understanding adolescence; explaining reproduction in flowering plants. Drawing particle ideas; independently designing data presentation ideas; predicting diffusion rates; explain the difference between melting and dissolving; collaborating on and testing theories; explaining the difference between atoms and molecules; identifying cells and explaining the functions of the parts, including mitochondria; forming opinions about organ transplantation; explaining in detail the reproductive process; expressing opinions about IVF treatment; using correct terminology to explain the plant life cycle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geography

 

 

 

 

The Earth’s history  Describing clearly how events happened, including key details about the formation of the Earth; explaining and linking events; retaining key facts Describing the spread of humankind clearly and explaining accurately, using examples.

 

History 1066: The Norman Conquest:

Contenders to the throne & battles; the Feudal System & the Doomsday Book; Castles (local study: Bedford)

 

Knowledge of key figures such as Harold Godwinson, Harald Hardrada and William of Normandy and key battles such as Stamford Bridge and Hastings; an understanding of the methods used by William I to keep control of England and their long-term impact on English society; source analysis and evaluation and learning to form a developed judgement based on evidence. Analysing source evidence and evaluating its reliability and using this to form a judgement on key questions/topics, for example, by evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of the contenders to the throne in 1066 or the methods used by William I to keep control of England following the Norman Conquest.
Religious Studies

 

What do people believe about God? Religious beliefs about what God is like. Empathy; questioning beliefs; research; explaining beliefs; justification of opinions Use of PEE skills; comparison of personal beliefs with others; questioning beliefs; understanding the importance of God in people’s lives.
MFL Spanish: mi vida; French: c’est perso Spanish: learning the alphabet and some basic phonics; conduct a basic Spanish conversation; asking about how someone is and their name; saying what kind of person you are; learning numbers up to 31; giving your birthday and age; talking about which pets you have. 

French: suggesting your likes and dislikes; developing translation skills; understanding the way in which present tense French verbs are conjugated; describing your own personality – including the use of the negative. 

Spanish: Asking questions in the classroom in Spanish; learning numbers up to 100; investigating and understanding the way in which present tense verbs work in Spanish; regularly revising vocabulary at home; asking questions in Spanish as well as answering them. 

French: developing your answers independently using vocabulary you have discovered for yourself; conjugating verbs; describing other people as well as yourself. 

 

Music

 

The Blues

 

 

Playing a famous Blues song on a keyboard; developing keyboard skills, including independence with both hands Performing a Blues song with fluency, expression and a range of learned techniques

 

 

 

Art Identity Exploring your identity and creating images that reflect ideas about yourself; working from observation,

memory and imagination; improving use of graphite and chalk pastels.

Using pencil shading, cross hatching and stippling to enhance portraits.
PSHE

 

 

 

Mental Health Learning up-to-date and relevant information relating to mental illness and health; applying information to students’ own contexts Expressing intelligent and articulate views about mental health issues.

 

 

 

 

PE Girls: netball; boys: basketball Passing short & long distances using different techniques; catching/controlling a ball; dodging, marking & shooting; officiating & analysing performance; understanding roles, positions & tactics and how to alter plans accordingly; understanding the value of fairness Applying the skills of the game with increased precision and speed in a competitive game situation; being able to play more than one position successfully; demonstrating knowledge of the rules/tactics when playing/ officiating with confidence; analysing performance and suggesting ways to improve; justification of POM using sport specific language.

 

ICT Digital Literacy Saving, copying and pasting work; learning shortcuts and internet searching skills; using Word; understanding how a database works;

using the internet for research; enhancing PowerPoint presentation skills

Using knowledge, skills and understanding to support or teach others; creating presentations that enhance learning; using Google apps with skill and confidence
Food Technology

 

 

Healthy eating.

Food preparation skills.

Investigations.

Understanding how and why we need to make healthy food choices; developing food preparation skills; comparing readymade and homemade products; making different recipes; explaining how raising agents work in cake mixtures. Explaining why a healthy diet is important and listing what they should include; choosing the correct tools during practical sessions; creating dishes with confidence and competence

 

Resistant Materials

 

 

How to create an acrylic picture frame Shaping by hand; using appropriate machinery; forming designs using CAD and CAM

 

Using appropriate research to help inform design decisions, including proper use of colouring/shading techniques along with well written reasons/reasoning for design decisions; applying techniques such as measuring & marking, filing & finishing, machining, plastic forming and the application of a vinyl decoration/design.

 

Year 8

Autumn

Term 1

What are we learning? What KUS will we gain? What will excellence look like?
English

 

 

Gothic Horror – Extracts

(e.g.: Frankenstein, Dracula, Tell-Tale Heart, Monkey’s Paw etc.)

GCSE Language Paper 1 skills:

Commenting on explicit information from the text; understanding structural features and their effects; researching writers’ methods and language; developing descriptive/ narrative writing techniques; exploring non – fiction writing

 

 

Reading Comprehension:

Fluent use of PEELED paragraph structure; taking forensic approach to exploring the effects of words, phrases, language features, sentence forms, narrative perspective/place, climax, contrasts/dialogue; links across paragraphs etc.; supporting ideas with a range of textual detail, such as using embedded quotations, choosing the shortest and most appropriate evidence; making sophisticated use of subject terminology such as connotation, sematic field, cumulative effect, sibilance or juxtaposition etc.

Writing:

Use of high level vocabulary and expanded similes/metaphors, personification; full range of punctuation; variety of sentence forms (fiction); journalistic style, persuasive techniques (non-fiction)

Maths Analysing and interpreting data; number skills; calculation

 

Showing application in real life context; developing fluency in data interpretation; mathematical reasoning Understanding prime numbers; writing using powers; working out missing numbers, values, like terms and common factors; calculating perimeter, including hexagons; drawing accurate squares and isosceles triangles; working out the lengths of triangles; describe the faces of solids; working out the formula of cubes; working out volume and using accurate measurements; working out square roots
Science Light and sound; digestion and health Investigating frequency sound; researching animal communication; researching theories about light; learning about the human eye; explaining a balanced diet; describing the functions of the digestive organs and learning about diabetes; describing the role of the blood; describing the role of bacteria; describing the structure and function of the human skeleton and muscles. Finding the relationship between length and frequencies of vibrating objects; explaining the superposition of sound waves and identifying amplitude and frequency from sound wave traces; explaining how studying animal communication can lead to the development of new technology; understanding behaviour of light; explaining long and short sightedness and how we see different colour; suggesting a theory as to why children are getting fatter; explaining deficiency diseases in humans and in plants; explaining how scientists discovered the cause of diabetes; explaining the role of enzymes and bacteria; explaining the role of the skeleton and muscles.
Geography

 

 

Geographical information systems

 

 

Drawing conclusions from correlating data; giving reasons for making particular choices; understanding the use of interchangeable separate layers.  Selecting and justifying appropriate data combinations;

describing how data could be displayed on a map. 

 

History

 

 

Early modern conflict and revolution: slave trade/civil rights; American and French revolutions (republic v monarchy) Understanding the ideas which stimulated massive social change across the world and the individuals that carried them forward; judging how these events influenced the development of modern Britain. Establishing links between these events and the ideas that drove them by analysing a range of sources and historical evidence and evaluating its reliability; forming judgements on the long and short-term impact of each event on Britain and the rest of the world.
Religious Studies

 

Why is Jesus important to Christians?

The nature of Jesus as God incarnate

Explaining beliefs and teachings; justifying opinions; showing respect; questioning beliefs; conducting research; interpreting texts Use of PEE skills; explaining Bible references, their meanings and impact on life; comparing personal beliefs with others; understanding the importance of religious belief to people.
MFL Spanish: mi vida; French: les medias Spanish: learning the alphabet and some basic phonics; conducting a basic Spanish conversation; asking about how someone is and asking their name; saying what kind of person you are and describing the personality of others; learning numbers up to 100; giving your birthday and age; talking about which pets you have.

French: gaining a deeper understanding of French popular culture; suggesting opinions on different forms and genres of media.

Spanish: asking questions in the classroom in Spanish; investigating and understanding the way in which present tense verbs work in Spanish; regularly revising vocabulary at home; asking questions in Spanish as well as answering them; working productively and efficiently as a group; supporting other students in their learning. 

French: taking responsibility and initiative through independent research on different French TV shows, film, music and literature; using different verb forms including the infinitive, the third person and plural forms of verbs; developing writing styles through the addition of connectives and time phrases. 

 

Music

 

Ground Bass: What it is and where it comes from.

 

 

Identifying key ground bass techniques through listening; performing a piece of music on the keyboard that uses ground bass; notation reading; developing keyboard skills, including independence with both hands on the keyboard. Presenting learning in a written format; performing using contrary motion on the keyboard; learning and using advanced chords.
Art Still Life Practicing drawing and painting to improve skills and create artwork; arranging objects and recording them from a specific viewpoint; understanding use of tonal ink and negative space. Using pencil shading, cross hatching and stippling to enhance portraits.
PSHE

 

 

 

Personal safety; organ donation; drugs; domestic abuse

 

Learning about the main risks and hazards of the world; researching facts and information regarding organ donation; understanding why people donate organs and the help it can give. Expressing intelligent and articulate views about the key topics.

 

PE Girls: netball; boys: basketball Passing short & long distances using different techniques; catching/controlling a ball; dodging, marking & shooting; modifying footwork to gain success; working as a defensive/attacking unit and switching roles quickly; officiating & analysing performance and setting team goals; understanding roles, positions & tactics and how to alter plans accordingly; understanding the value of fairness. Taking leading roles in the warm-up, when playing, officiating and when giving feedback to team mates; analysing team performance and adapting tactics throughout according to a changing situation
ICT Digital Literacy Understanding how a database works;

using the internet for research; learning about Google apps

Using knowledge, skills and understanding to support or teach others; creating presentations that enhance learning; using Google apps with skill and confidence
Food Technology

 

 

Basic nutrition.

 

Food preparation skills; learning about the main food groups, their functions and sources in our diet; developing specialist cutting techniques; preparing and using bread dough in a variety of ways; explaining how yeast works; knowing what fibre is; learning how to make a variety of different pastries; comparing the effect of different ingredients in pastry making. Listing the main nutrients and explaining what they do in the body; explaining how the senses are used to taste our food; creating practical dishes with confidence and competence; understanding the science behind both the theory and practical tasks carried out in food technology lessons.
Resistant Materials

 

 

How to create an acrylic picture frame Shaping by hand; using appropriate machinery; forming designs using CAD and CAM

 

Using appropriate research to help inform design decisions, including proper use of colouring/shading techniques along with well written reasons/reasoning for design decisions; applying techniques such as measuring & marking, filing & finishing, machining, plastic forming and the application of a vinyl decoration/design.
Year 9

Autumn

Term 1

What are we learning? What KUS will we gain? What will excellence look like?
English

 

 

The Hunger Games GCSE Language Paper 1 skills:

Commenting on explicit information from the text; understanding structural features and their effects; researching writers’ methods and language; developing descriptive/ narrative writing techniques; exploring non – fiction writing

 

Reading Comprehension:

Fluent use of PEELED paragraph structure; taking forensic approach to exploring the effects of words, phrases, language features, sentence forms, narrative perspective/place, climax, contrasts/dialogue; links across paragraphs etc.; supporting ideas with a range of textual detail, such as using embedded quotations, choosing the shortest and most appropriate evidence; making sophisticated use of subject terminology such as connotation, sematic field, cumulative effect, sibilance or juxtaposition etc.

Writing:

Use of high level vocabulary and expanded similes/metaphors, personification; full range of punctuation; variety of sentence forms (fiction); journalistic style, persuasive techniques (non-fiction)

Maths Using i­­­­­­­ndices and standard form; using expressions and formulae;

Understanding powers and roots;

using quadratics;

developing number calculations;

understanding sequences and equations

Showing application in real life context; developing fluency in data interpretation; mathematical reasoning Distinguishing between exact representations of roots and their decimal approximations; interpreting numbers in standard form; substituting numerical values into formulae and expressions, including scientific formulae; using the four operations with positive and negative improper fractions and mixed numbers; using conventional notation for the priority of operations; using integer powers and associated real roots (square, cube and higher); recognising powers of 2, 3, 4, 5; using and interpreting algebraic notation; generating terms of a sequence from a term-to-term and position-to-term rule; simplifying and manipulating algebraic expressions to maintain equivalence; expanding products of two or more binomials; recognising arithmetic sequences; finding the nth term; recognising geometric sequences; rearranging formulae to change the subject
Science Biology, Chemistry & Physics transition to GCSE studies Describing examples of diseases; comparing nervous and hormonal systems; investigating osmosis; studying examples of pandemics; describing how chemistry is used in Art; explaining ionic bonding; studying the periodic table; investigating reaction rates and changes of energy; recording chemical reactions with symbols. Explaining how viruses are linked to disease and how non-communicable diseases are caused; explaining the process of testing medicines; using Range Median quartile when interpreting data; explaining how population sizes are estimated; describing examples of osmosis; explaining why surface area to volume ratio is important; explaining how to combat pandemics; explaining endothermic and exothermic reactions and rates of reactions; recording balanced equations with symbols; explaining dynamic equilibrium.

 

Geography

Rocks and soils

 

 

Rocks and soils

 

 

Understanding the origins of different types of rocks and the rock cycle; learning about plate movements; researching diverse rocks in the British Isles; analysing and comparing maps and photos Describing and explaining rocks and soils clearly and comprehensively; ascertaining clear links between processes and landform formation. 
History

 

 

The 20th Century: the Titanic; the Suffragette Movement; WW1 Learning about the key events of the early 1900s which shaped Britain; learning to evaluate the short and long-term significance of events by analysing a range of sources and historical evidence. Forming a developed judgement of the factors influencing key events and turning points; evaluating the reliability and prioritising the importance of a range of sources and historical evidence
Religious Studies

 

It’s my life – what should I do with it?

What guides and influences our life choices?

Explaining opinions and

comparing with other people’s opinions;

exploring why people choose religious belief

Use of PEE skills; making reference to religious teaching or life experiences; questioning how challenging it can be to belong to a religion.
MFL Spanish: mi vida; French: ma vie sociale Spanish: learning the alphabet and some basic phonics; conducting a basic Spanish conversation; asking about how someone is and asking their name; saying what kind of person you are and describing the personality of others; learning numbers up to 100; giving your birthday and age; talking about which pets you have.

French: describing your personality and appearance; developing an understanding of present tense verbs (er, ir and re); forming the past tense using avoir with the past participle. 

Spanish: asking questions in the classroom in Spanish; investigating and understanding the way in which present tense verbs work in Spanish; regularly revising vocabulary at home; asking questions in Spanish as well as answering them; working productively and efficiently as a group; supporting other students in their learning. 

French: including a variety of verbs and using different conjugated forms of the verb when discussing other people; creating more interesting writing and speaking responses through the inclusion of new vocabulary and grammar; using the passé composé with both avoir and être.  

 

Music

 

Minimalism: What is it and what are the key features?

 

 

Identifying & composing key minimalist techniques; performing unfamiliar music Composing a piece of music that uses a variety of minimalist techniques; identifying and explaining key features of minimalism.
Art Street Art Exploring the crossover between art and graffiti; demonstrating an ability to draw from observation and imagination to produce an effective composition; developing skills in paint mixing, blending and stippling. Producing accurate drawing and a high level of detail; making good use of scale, overlapping and angles; using strong, smooth black outlines to enhance work and neaten the edges of drawings; using blending and bold techniques confidently to enhance a piece of work; using darker tones to enhance texture and add highlight; demonstrating excellent control of paint; producing colour blends that show a highly effective gradual blend using 2-3 colours
PSHE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Domestic violence; self – harm; bereavement

 

Learning about the reality of domestic violence; learning to empathise about self-harm; understanding how different cultures cope with death Expressing intelligent and articulate views about the key topics.

 

 

PE

 

 

 Girls: netball; boys: basketball Passing short & long distances using different techniques; catching/controlling a ball; dodging, marking & shooting; modifying footwork to gain success; working as a defensive/attacking unit and switching roles quickly; officiating with increased stringency & analysing performance and setting team goals; understanding roles, positions & tactics and how to alter plans accordingly; coaching; understanding the value of fairness; Taking leading roles in coaching and motivating a team; planning an appropriate warm-up and a variety of tactics that enhances a teams’ performance; analysing the performance of a team and adapting tactics accordingly to achieve maximum success/ progress.
ICT Digital Literacy Understanding how a database works;

using the internet for research; learning about Google apps

Using knowledge, skills and understanding to support or teach others; creating presentations that enhance learning; using Google apps with skill and confidence
Food Technology

 

Nutrition

 

Developing food preparation skills; learning about different diets; investigating different methods of making sauces; learning how to decorate cakes using a range of techniques. Explaining where proteins come from and the need to ensure vegetarians have a diet with all the essential amino acids; explaining the impact of too much sugar in our diets; explaining the scientific changes which take place when preparing and cooking food and how this impacts on the finished product; completing practical dishes with confidence and competence.
Resistant Materials

 

 

Using manufacturing aids, such as injection moulding and pewter casting Using industrial processes; selecting appropriate materials; cutting & shaping by hand; shaping & finishing of metal Using appropriate research to help inform design decisions, including proper use of colouring/shading techniques along with well written reasons/reasoning for design decisions; using successful application of techniques such as measuring & marking, filing & shaping, machining, plastic forming, metal casting and polishing metal to a mirror finish.