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RM Projects KS3
Ipod Amp Project
Frame Project
Storage Box
Pewter Casting Project
Coat Hook Project
Puzzle Project
Structures
Mechancal Toy Project
Food Technology KS3
Food Year7
Food Year 8
Food Year 9
Food History
Graphics Projects KS3
Board Game Project
Pop-Up Card & Nets Project
History of Design
Textiles Projects KS3
Sock Creature
Bag Project
Cushion Project
Hat Project
Textiles Theory
D of E
Duke of Edinburgh's Award
PSHE
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GCSE Food Coureswork
Analysing the Brief
Research
Specification
Design Page
Review
Development
Production Plan
Quality of Manufacture
Test and Evaluate
Theory Powerpoints
Food Revision
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logoWelcome to Food Review

This stage allows you to check progress of your ideas against the specification, making objective comments that include both advantages and disadvantages about the suitability of each product for the design brief. With third party feedback and consideration of relevant sustainability issues, you can then make design decisions about which products you are going to take forward to the development stage.

To get top marks you need to:

Test you ideas against relevant points in your specification.

Evaluate your ideas and identify what needs to be developed further.

Include user group feedback to help you to determine the best ideas to develop further for your range of food products.

User group feedback could include sensory testing, informal interview or simple comments from a client or short comments from a range of people that are recorded as written evidence in the review section. By using third party testing, you can gain valuable information or data that could influence further development of your product and ensure its success.