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Approach to Teaching


Graphic Products provides pupils with the opportunity to creatively design and make original graphic products whilst learning about:

Processes & Manufacture
Materials & Component
Design & Market Influences
Techniques & Processes
Use of ICT
 Paper & Card Engineering
Environmental, Social and Cultural Issues
and the ‘Famous 5’ key designers Robert Sabuda, Wally Ollins, Calvert and Kinnear, Alberto Allessi & Harry Beck.

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What is a Graphic Product?

Graphic Products are all around you! From packaging, pop-up books, board games, CDs and logo design to scale models for architectural buildings and huge cinema promotional stand-ups!

Preparation: prepares learners to make informed decisions about further learning opportunities and career choices.

Independent learners: helps students to develop skills in decision making, creativity, and critical analysis through individual and collaborative working.

Creativity: enables students to be inspired, moved and challenged by following a broad, coherent, satisfying and worthwhile course of study, which also gives an insight into related sectors, such as:

Architecture
Manufacturing
Advertising
Packaging Design
Brand Consultation
Graphic Design
Graphic Product Design
Art Direction
Technical Illustration

…...and more!
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Key Stage 3 content (Years 7-9)


What will I design, study and make?


Year 7: Technical Drawing

Students learn key technical drawing skills including 1 point perspective, 2 point perspective, orthographic projection and isometric projection

Year 8: Special Edition Pop-Up CD Case

Students are introduced to the importance of product analysis before designing and making a Special Edition CD case. They are also introduced to nets and pop-up paper engineering.

Year 9: Glider Project

Students design and make a card or foam glider using a specification. They build on their product analysis skills and focus on the importance of function and designing for a client. 

 

Key Stage 4 content / exam board / spec (Years 10-11)



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NCFE Level 1 / 2 Technical Award in

Graphic Design ( Equal to one GCSE)

Qualification number (QN) 603/0844/8 603/0845/X


Guided Learning Hours (GLH) 120 plus 10 hours for the external



Level 1 /  2

Unit 1 - Introduction to graphic design Internally assessed and externally assessed.

Unit 2 - Graphic design practice Internally assessed and externally assessed.

Unit 3 - Responding to a graphic design brief Internally assessed and externally assessed.

Unit 4 - Graphic design portfolio Internally assessed.




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Useful Information:

KS3 Technology & Citizenship Roundabout



KS4 Graphics Delivery Guide

KS4 Grading Calculator. Level 1 & 2 Technical Award

KS4 Technical Award in Graphic Design Qualification Specification

KS4 Technical Award in Graphic Design Sample Portfolio

KS4 Design Factsheet

Curriculum Map


!WE HAVE MOVED!

WE HAVE MOVED!

St Edmund's has launched it's new Website!

If you are here, you have our old address! Please click the link below to visit our new site!

www.saintedmunds.org.uk

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Please note, This Site is now Archived - No Content will be updated or added to.