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The stage 5 Textiles Technology course encompasses a broad range of experiences through the development and implementation of various design projects within a range of focus areas. Students develop knowledge of the properties, performance and uses of textiles in which fabrics, colouration, yarns and fibres are explored.
A minimum of 4 units of work covering 4 focus areas are minimal requirements of stage 5 Textiles Technology. Project Work that includes investigation and experimentation will enable students to discriminate in their choices of textiles for particular uses. Students are required to document and communicate their design ideas and develop confidence in the manipulation and use of a range of textile materials, equipment and techniques.
At Castle Hill High School, the 200 hour Textiles Technology course comprises of 4 units of work addressing the following focus areas of design;
Focus area - Furnishings
Focus area - Textile Arts
Project - Children felt textile art book
Focus area - Apparel
Project - Pyjamas and slippers
Focus area - Costume
Project - Theatrical costume and or corset
Castle Hill NSW 2154
telephone 02 9634 4199
Castle Hill High School acknowledges the tradition custodians of the land of Castle Hill, the Darug people. The Castle Hill region was home to the Bidjigal clan of the Darug people, which means 'plains-dweller' in the Darug language. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal people.
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