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Technology @ HVC
Transcript of Technology @ HVC
Overview of Department
7 teaching Staff (2 part time) 3 Technicians (2 part time)
Product Design, Catering, Resistant Materials, textiles, Engineering, Construction & Systems and Control (5 @ GCSE/BTEC level )
2 year KS3 rotating around subjects
Students Opt for Product Design, Catering or Textiles
1 X RM, 2 X Catering, 1 X Textiles, 2 x Engineering & 2 Construction
OFSTED October 2012
"Students’ learning and progress in technology is consistently good"
"The proportion of good and outstanding teaching has risen" - Whole School
Technology lessons that were obsevered during the inspection rated as OUTSTANDING
Very good results
Settled staff – Collegiate team
A variety of courses offered (GCSE, BTEC, Diploma)
Good Afl strategies used within lessons
High student option up take
Links with industry
Using RealSmart to enhance curriculum
Year 9 Options
Good/Outstanding innovative teaching
Assessing progress at KS3
CAM & ICT resources holding progress
SEN development and progression
Doing too much/involved in too many initiatives
Developing Y9 curriculum
1 year options (The project, STEM leadership, cooking skills)
Partnership with Tuxford Technology department & Sheffield UTC
Possible Tech Bac
New technologies developing
Post sixteen developments
Curriculum review - Less significant subject
Ever changing subject - Keeping up to date
1 year GCSE options
Staff getting promoted
Ever increasing targets - Loss of creativity
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