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KS3 Design Technology Assessing Without Levels
Check out this very popular 'Assessing without Levels' pack which meets the needs of the National Curriculum and can be used across all areas of KS3 Design and Technology and Cookery and Nutrition.
Welcome to 'Food Tech Fanatics', for those of you who are fanatical about teaching Food Technology! Food Tech Fanatics has been designed to make your life easier as a teacher by providing numerous differentiated resources and ideas that will aid the teaching and learning of Food Technology Education. There are a range of exciting and innovative activities spanning from KS1 to KS4. These have been engineered to meet the requirements of the new National Curriculum in Cookery and Nutrition.
We have also established 'Design Tech Fanatics' to support Design and Technology Teachers by providing exciting resources and CPD workshops.
Food Tech Fanatics contains a variety of individual activities and worksheets to complete Schemes of Work, known as ‘Power Projects’. Each ‘Power Project’ contains a Scheme of Work, Lesson Plans, Assessment Sheets, Differentiated Worksheets and Fun Activities. Here you will find the complete package in order to teach Food Technology powerfully and successfully.
I would like to express my gratitude to:
The Design & Technology Association (DATA ) for permitting me to reference and use extracts of the Progression Framework in my resource packs. A link to their website can be found here:
The UK Government for enabling the use of public sector information (i.e. extracts from 'Licensed to Cook') licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 . Terms can be found at:
Source of the ‘Eatwell Guide’:
Public Heath England in association with the Welsh Government, Food Standards Scotland and the Food Standards Agency in Northern Ireland.
The Eatwell Guide graphic is subject to Crown copyright protection which is covered by an open government licence. More information can be found at:
The Red Tractor Organisation
Pixaby for their useful images