As a learning community centred in Christ, we walk hand in hand with God on our journey in faith.
Design and Technology plays an important part of a broad and balanced curriculum. Here at English Martyrs' we encourage children to think and intervene creatively to solve problems both as individuals and as members of a team. Design and Technology is an inspiring and practical subject! At English Martyrs we follow a 4 step approach to our DT as shown below. We take inspiration from great designers, chefs and inventors.
To get your creative energy flowing, here are some of Birmingham's greatest gifts to the world...
Joseph Hudson, a toolmaker Walter Griffiths’ invention was the living in St Mark's Square, world’s first portable vacuum cleaner made the first whistle in 1875. for domestic use.
Brummie Conway Berners-Lee was The innovation that helps keep part of the team which produced the cyclists safe all over the world was
Ferranti Mark 1 in 1951, the world's invented by Birmingham's own John
first commerically-available electronic Richard Dedicoat, who patented
computer. the bell in 1877.