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Technologies

Technologies relates particularly to contexts that provide scope for developing skills, knowledge, understanding and attributes through creative, practical and work-related activities.

Technology is the application of knowledge and skills to extend human capabilities and to help and satisfy human needs and wants.  In these circumstances it has, is and will continue to be an essential component of a nation's economic prosperity.

Learning in this curricular area promotes research, problem solving, exploration of new and unfamiliar concepts.  Students will develop their creativity and entrepreneurial skills and be encouraged to become innovative and critical designers of the future. 

Principal Teacher Curriculum Technologies: 

  • Mrs Maxine Macaulay

Main Subjects in Broad General Education:

  • Computing
  • Design and Manufacture
  • Graphic Communication
  • ICT

Technology 

Main Subjects in Senior Phase: 

  • Computing Science
  • Design and Manufacture
  • Graphic Communication
  • Practical Metalwork
  • Practical Woodworking

Business Management/ BIT:

All Senior Phase Students should refer to the SQA past paper website and work through question papers at the relevant level

Work through material on Edmodo/BBC Bitesize where appropriate.

 

 

Administration

Administration is a core subject for all students in S1 an S2. It is delivered through an integrated ICT and Business course.

Computing Science

Computing Science is a core subject for all students in S1 an S2. It is delivered through an integrated ICT and Business course.

Design & Manufacture

Design and Manufacture is a core subject for all students in S1 an S2. It is delivered through an integrated Craft, Design and Technologies course.

Graphic Communication

Graphic Communication is a core subject for all students in S1 an S2. It is delivered through an integrated Craft, Design and Technologies course.

Practical Metalwork

Practical Metalwork is a National 4/National 5 course available to students in the Senior Phase. It builds upon the practical skills students gain through the integrated Craft, Design and Technologies course in S1 and 2 as well as the Practical Skills option available to students in S3.

Practical Woodwork

Practical Woodwork is a National 4/National 5 course available to students in the Senior Phase. It builds upon the practical skills students gain through the integrated Craft, Design and Technologies course in S1 and 2 as well as the Practical Skills option available to students in S3.

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