Year 10 – Master Course Content  Design Project 
Master Course 

3 Terms 

(*prior experience preferred but not compulsory)



Product design! 

The aim is to provide opportunities for the students to develop existing skills & knowledge and take it to another level. Students who are interested in exploring what it means to be a product designer. This will include using a range of materials, tools and machines, and practical skills, to produce practical projects with various materials.

The students will also be to using the “design process” in which they will develop a design brief and a design project. The brief requires that they seek a “client’s” requirements; explore existing products; develop limitations, development of design ideas using rapid sketches & drawings; select appropriate materials; production of their own design & reflection.

Develop an understanding of what is required when communicating a working drawing to be used for manufacture. Use of CAD software sketch. Activities may also involve peer teaching primary students.


* Take a seat! 

Create a stool to suit a particular need in your family home. Whether it be in the kitchen, bedroom, games room or music room.

Consider your prior experience and the available materials. Explore additional features such as foot rests and/or shelf 

*Fusion 360 

*Peer teaching Primary students 


  • Kitchen stool
  • Side table
  • Jewellery box
  • Wood turning 

*additional projects 

Salt and pepper mill on wood lathe


Year 10 – Creative Solutions Content  Design Project 
Semester Course

Term Unit (12-14 weeks) 

(*No prior experience necessary) 

Lets Make it! 

This course is designed on extending skills while still catering for students less familiar with the workshop. The focus is more around the completing on a set of projects with more constraints around the opportunity for design and implementing individuality. 



  • Kitchen stool
  • Mirror frames
  • Picture/mirror frames
  • Wood turning (pepper mills)
  • Skills Project: Japanese Puzzle

Projects are flexible, based on current trends and class preference.