Student folders are taken in by the class teacher at least twice per term (based on a standard 6 week term).
Teachers will specifically indicate what work will and will not be marked in order to give our students a clear idea of what is expected from them and so they can always present their best work.
The 2 year course is assessed by 50% NEA (coursework) 50% Exam, both of which are completed in year two of this linear course.
Assessment feedforward sheets are used as part of the assessment marking process at the end of each unit which usually marries up to each term.
Enjoying opportunities to put their learning in to practice by producing wonderful products.
They use creativity and imagination to design and make prototypes that solve real and relevant problems, considering their own and others’ needs, wants and values.I did my exam last year and got an A* so if you need any help with anything feel free to ask me btw full marks in the exam is possible but i don't think you'd need such a high mark to bring it all to an A* but try your best anyway 80/90 is awesome!I did my exam last year and got an A* so if you need any help with anything feel free to ask me btw full marks in the exam is possible but i don't think you'd need such a high mark to bring it all to an A* but try your best anyway Your teacher should have told you the marks they sent to the exam board on the deadline, but if they don't want to tell you they don't have to, because the marks can change after moderation so some tend not to tell their students till it comes back from moderation, and then you'd get your results in August.Hey all, the deadline for my resistant materials coursework is really close and i was wondering if anyone had any tips or resources to help out with the paperwork, the rest is alright for me but I'm having troubles organising myself with the entire write up on Power Point. Thanks in advance Well I just mean the whole coursework is on powerpoint, rather than having a folder with 20 A3 sheets then we're doing it on a powerpoint, but i think mostly everyone does that now anyway.But i was just looking for some tips on what to actually write for any of the parts of it.Originally designed to support lower ability pupils in their production of the new D&T GCSE NEA (Edexcel Spec).This guide aim is to break the NEA down into easy chunks with visual examples and language that lower-ability and AEN pupils can more easily digest.I did my exam last year and got an A* so if you need any help with anything feel free to ask me btw full marks in the exam is possible but i don't think you'd need such a high mark to bring it all to an A* but try your best anyway I always find that i dont do as well as i expect on the papers.Students study the historical, social, cultural, environmental and economic influences on design and technology.Over the course of two years you will develop a whole range of creative designing and making skills, technical knowledge and understanding relating to RM and invaluable transferable skills such as problem solving and time management.This specification is designed to offer learner’s opportunities to study, propose and realise prototype solutions closely linked to the real world of product manufacture in a range of material areas.