Information & News


  • Also, if anyone has any resources or projects based around Architecture they are prepared to share (Full Credit given), please contact us, as I could really do with some new and current projects – please email us
  • Sorry for the lack of improvements etc lately, but I have been unable to do much due to illness, but I’m alright now
  • The website was down yesterday (1st December 2023). It happen during the night, but I fixed it during breakfast. Hope it didn’t cause to many problems for you. It was just an old plugin coming to the end of its life.
  • The general improvements are now well underway. Once the basics have been sorted i will be looking to develop more assignments and resources. If anyone has any suggestions or views on what you would like to see, please email me, also, if you wish to share any materials, just contact me, and we can put them onto the site:

General Information

Essential resource for all Design & Technology and Design Teachers:

The main Design & Technology Association Website, which includes a wealth of information and member’s access to on-line resources

The Design & Technology Association’s on-line platform for CPD, including future course information and previous course’s resources

A good range of short videos covering many aspects of DT. They have recently added a series on designers and engineers talking about their work. Well worth a look, some good stuff on there to help develop your thinking and understanding of the subject.

A collection of pictures of projects, ideas and resources to help and inspire

A video platform for Design and Technology teachers, giving access to a wealth of D&T related videos, in one place, helping you deliver the subject in school.

Untitled is a digital platform for 11-18-year-olds created with the intention of supporting, enabling and inspiring the next generation of designers and creators.

The creative briefs are real-world briefs, hosted by global brands, agencies and even celebrities, and are free for all those between 11-18 to enter. The briefs allow the opportunity to learn something, or expand existing creative skills – any skill level can get involved!

Only young creators (11-18) can submit their work to creative briefs, but teachers can use them as tools to help with remote learning or in the classroom.


Many attractions are now opening up – It is advisable to check the specific websites for arrangements and whether they are providing alternative access through Podcasts or Online events

Museum of London – Link to Learning Resources

  • Although not directly linked to DT, there are some really nice materials here, which will add interest, context and vision to any project. But they do focus upon the younger years.

Important Calendar Dates

A level Results Day – TBC

GCSE Results Day – TBC

Updates to Website

Link to Website Updates Page, listing current additions and on-going changes that have been made to the site.

Website Information

Link to information about the site’s background, how it was created and where it came from. Also includes notes with regards to ownership and access to materials.