Schemes of Learning Examples

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It is difficult to write a ‘one size fits all’ scheme of learning because we feel that for schemes of learning and projects to be effective they should be planned with a specific school and group of learners in mind. This means we prefer to provide starting points for inspiration rather than full schemes of learning. The following schemes of learning might be useful for anyone looking for starting points. 

Find out about the 10 key learning areas we use in our work to support teachers developing schemes of learning



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GCSE

AQA

AQA scheme of learning  for D&T GCSE


Edexcel

Edexcel scheme of learning for D&T GCSE

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Eduqas scheme of learning (towards the end of the guidance document) 
for D&T GCSE


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A free download scheme of learning from PG Online for the AQA specification. This is mapped against PG Online resources but is useful even if you don’t have these. 


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A level

AQA

Product Design A level scheme of learning 

Fashion & Textiles A level scheme of learning 


Edexcel

Product Design A level scheme of learning


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Guidance for Teaching including schemes of learning


OCRScheme of learning

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Example Schemes of Learning Created by Teachers

Although these schemes of learning have been created for particular specifications they may be suitable for adapting for use with another exam board. 

These schemes of learning have been produced by teachers who are using them in their classrooms. Note the copyright of each document belongs to the person who created it and credit must are given where all or part of the resources are used by teachers to develop their own resources. No part of the resources may be sold or shared without permission from the original creators. 

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