Assessment Standards - Technology

KS3 Technology – Year 7 Product Design

KS3

Key knowledge

Key Skills

Excellence

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate complex and advanced products safely, creatively and independently using resistant materials and graphic skills and techniques.

Students will produce complex products independently from clear well focused research and ideas via marking out, CAD, cutting, deforming and finishing using resistant materials and graphic products materials.

Secure

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate more complex products without support from staff using resistant materials and graphic skills and techniques.

Students will produce relatively complex products from clear well focused research and ideas via marking out, CAD, cutting, deforming and finishing using resistant materials and graphic products materials.

Developing

Students are able to understand how to design, plan, make and evaluate products with a limited level of support from staff using resistant materials and graphic skills and techniques.

Students will produce products from a reasonable range of research and ideas via marking out, CAD, cutting, deforming and finishing using resistant materials and graphic products materials

Foundation

Students are able to understand at a foundation level how to design, plan, make and evaluate simple products with some level of support from staff using resistant materials and graphic skills and techniques.

Students will produce pleasing simplistic products from a small range of research and ideas via marking out, CAD, cutting, deforming and finishing using resistant materials and graphic products materials.

KS3 Technology – Year 7 Food

KS3

Key knowledge

Key Skills

Excellence

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate complex and advanced products safely, creatively and independently using food skills and techniques.

Students will produce complex products independently from clear well focused research and ideas via weighing, mixing, cooking and baking using food ingredients.

Secure

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate more complex products without support from staff using food skills and techniques.

Students will produce relatively complex products from clear well focused research and ideas via weighing, mixing, cooking and baking using food ingredients.

Developing

Students are able to understand how to design, plan, make and evaluate products with a limited level of support from staff using food skills and techniques.

Students will produce products from a reasonable range of research and ideas via weighing, mixing, cooking and baking using food ingredients.

Foundation

Students are able to understand at a foundation level how to design, plan, make and evaluate simple products with some level of support from staff using food techniques.

Students will produce pleasing simplistic products from a small range of research and ideas via weighing, mixing, cooking and baking using food ingredients.

KS3 Technology – Year 7 Textiles

KS3

Key knowledge

Key Skills

Excellence

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate complex and advanced products safely, creatively and independently using textile skills and techniques.

Students will produce complex products independently from clear well focused research and ideas via marking out, cutting, weaving and sewing using textiles materials.

Secure

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate more complex products without support from staff using textile skills and techniques.

Students will produce relatively complex products from clear well focused research and ideas via marking out, cutting, weaving and sewing using textiles materials.

Developing

Students are able to understand how to design, plan, make and evaluate products with a limited level of support from staff using textile skills and techniques.

Students will produce products from a reasonable range of research and ideas via marking out, cutting, weaving and sewing using textiles materials

Foundation

Students are able to understand at a foundation level how to design, plan, make and evaluate simple products with some level of support from staff using textile skills and techniques.

Students will produce pleasing simplistic products from a small range of research and ideas via marking out, cutting, weaving and sewing using textiles materials.

 

Assessment Standards - Technology

KS3 Technology – Year 8 Product Design

KS3

Key knowledge

Key Skills

Excellence

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate complex and advanced products safely, creatively and independently using resistant materials and graphic skills and techniques.

Students understand how to use machines and tools automatously with supervision.

Students will produce complex products independently from clear well focused research and ideas via marking out, CAD, cutting, deforming and finishing using resistant materials and graphic products materials. Students can use machines and tools automatously with supervision.

Secure

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate more complex products without support from staff using resistant materials and graphic skills and techniques. Students understand how to use machines and tools reasonably automatously with supervision.

Students will produce relatively complex products from clear well focused research and ideas via marking out, CAD, cutting, deforming and finishing using resistant materials and graphic products materials. Students can use machines and tools reasonably automatously with supervision.

Developing

Students are able to understand how to design, plan, make and evaluate products with a limited level of support from staff using resistant materials and graphic skills and techniques. Students are developing understanding of how to use machines and tools with supervision.

Students will produce products from a reasonable range of research and ideas via marking out, CAD, cutting, deforming and finishing using resistant materials and graphic products materials Students can use machines and tools with supervision.

Foundation

Students are able to understand at a foundation level how to design, plan, make and evaluate simple products with some level of support from staff using resistant materials and graphic skills and techniques. Students need guidance with how use machines and tools with supervision and support.

Students will produce pleasing simplistic products from a small range of research and ideas via marking out, CAD, cutting, deforming and finishing using resistant materials and graphic products materials. Students can use machines and tools with supervision and support.

KS3 Technology – Year 8 Food

KS3

Key knowledge

Key Skills

Excellence

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate complex and advanced products safely, creatively and independently using a broad range of food skills and techniques.

Students will produce complex products independently from clear well focused research and ideas via weighing, mixing, cooking and baking using food ingredients. Students will make decisions independently that drive their design focus.

Secure

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate more complex products without support from staff using a range of food skills and techniques.

Students will produce relatively complex products from clear well focused research and ideas via weighing, mixing, cooking and baking using food ingredients. Students will make most decisions independently that drive their design focus.

Developing

Students are able to understand how to design, plan, make and evaluate products with a limited level of support from staff using a limited range of food skills and techniques.

Students will produce products from a reasonable range of research and ideas via weighing, mixing, cooking and baking using food ingredients. Students will make some decisions independently that drive their design focus.

Foundation

Students are able to understand at a foundation level how to design, plan, make and evaluate simple products with some level of support from staff using a limited range food techniques.

Students will produce pleasing simplistic products from a small range of research and ideas via weighing, mixing, cooking and baking using food ingredients. Students will require support to make decisions that drive their design focus.

KS3 Technology – Year 8 Textiles

KS3

Key knowledge

Key Skills

Excellence

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate complex and advanced products safely, creatively and independently using textile skills and techniques. Students understand how to use machines and tools automatously with supervision.

Students will produce complex products independently from clear well focused research and ideas via marking out, cutting, weaving and sewing using textiles materials. Students can use machines and tools automatously with supervision.

Secure

Students are able to design, plan, make and evaluate more complex products without support from staff using textile skills and techniques. Students understand how to use machines and tools reasonably automatously with supervision.

Students will produce relatively complex products from clear well focused research and ideas via marking out, cutting, weaving and sewing using textiles materials. Students can use machines and tools reasonably automatously with supervision.

Developing

Students are able to understand how to design, plan, make and evaluate products with a limited level of support from staff using textile skills and techniques. Students are developing understanding of how to use machines and tools with supervision.

Students will produce products from a reasonable range of research and ideas via marking out, cutting, weaving and sewing using textiles materials. Students can use machines and tools with supervision.

Foundation

Students are able to understand at a foundation level how to design, plan, make and evaluate simple products with some level of support from staff using textile skills and techniques. Students need guidance with how use machines and tools with supervision and support.

Students will produce pleasing simplistic products from a small range of research and ideas via marking out, cutting, weaving and sewing using textiles materials. Students can use machines and tools with supervision and support.