This curriculum area includes creative, practical and work-related experiences and outcomes in craft, design, engineering, graphics, food, textile, and information technologies.  To participate fully in modern life, children and young people need to be skilled and knowledgeable users of technologies and be ready to embrace further developments in the future. The technologies consider how knowledge can be applied for practical purposes.  They provide exciting opportunities to develop children’s creativity and enterprising attitudes.  Technologies are developing at an unprecedented rate. Such dramatic change brings risks as well as benefits, and children and young people need to be able to assess the impact of technologies so that they can take action in an informed way.

In St Patrick’s we benefit from close working with our partners in Community Learning and Development who enhance the learning experiences of our pupils by delivering workshops in Cyber Safety.

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