Design and Technology Scheme of Work
Designed by leading subject specialists, the Kapow Primary Design and Technology scheme of work has been designed with non-specialists in mind, with full coverage of the whole primary age range showing clear progression of skills from years 1-6, offering a broad and balanced curriculum to schools. The scheme focuses on the following skills;
1 - 6
Progressive scheme of work from Years 1-6 with over 100 lessons
Teacher and pupil videos to demonstrate practical activities and build subject knowledge
Integral CPD - learn as you plan
100+ teacher videos to develop teacher subject knowledge and confidence, easy to adapt to other themes and topics
50+ pupil videos, demonstrating skills and techniques
Includes lesson plans, lesson presentations and additional resources
Overview of the progression of skills across KS1 & 2 included
Knowledge organisers for all topics
Low cost or free materials required to carry out the lessons
Cross curricular links to other subjects
Pupils' skills and knowledge developed across five key areas: structures, mechanisms, electrical systems, cooking and nutrition and textiles.
Explore the whole scheme with a free trial.
There are also frequent webinars that are free for members to attend on a variety of topics.
Also included are additional supporting resources for subject leaders including:
Subject leader toolkits
Mixed year group curriculum plan
Vocabulary progression document
Pupil progression of skills document
“Kapow Primary has supported our school's journey in art and DT. We love the videos for the teachers and children. The range of artists, craft makers and designers is brilliant. My workload as subject lead is lighter. Kapow Primary supports non specialist teachers to deliver a full and creative curriculum. Thank you.” Sarah Tattersfield.
Cost for 12 months
0-150 pupils: £185 + VAT
150-300 pupils: £245 + VAT
300 + pupils: £300 + VAT
It is however more cost effective to sign up for more than one subject. Special pricing available for members of MATs.