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FREE RESOURCE: Cross Curricular Learning

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FREE TEACHERS RESOURCE: CROSS-CURRICULAR LEARNING

Downloadable resource to support textiles, fashion and art teachers, teaching textiles through other subject areas.

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FREE RESOURCE:  CROSS CURRICULAR LEARNING

We are offering these resources free of charge, but if you would like to donate to our ongoing support of textiles education, we would really appreciate it. Textiles Skills centre is managed by a small team of volunteers, who develop free resoures and support teachers through the Textiles Teachers Centre and other networking activities.
A Donation of £20  (per teacher) would mean that we can pay for the website and newsletter costs, as well as having some funds to pay for travel to important meetings to represent teachers.

At the moment all costs are met by our team and time is given freely. Your donations, however small, will help to enhance and continue providing this support and resources.

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Downloadable resources to support textiles, fashion and art teachers teaching across other subject areas in school, such as Maths, History, Geography and Science.

The resource includes presentations on:

  • How Textiles Can Lead The Way
  • KS3 Fashion & Geometry
  • Olympic Challenge
  • Sweatshop Relay

QUICK LINK to Dropbox File

 

Nicky Simpson
PGCE; BA(Hons) Textiles Design: Specialising in print.

Nicky has been a Textile and Fashion consultant for the Textiles Skills Academy for 5 years now, she also works as a contemporary textile artist, her artwork combines all things textural, she likes to craft with a heat press featuring both machine and hand embroidery, delivering tutorials in her small studio. Nicky’s initial career was in the fashion industry working for 22 years in the heart of London as a print designer and colourist. She worked for a French mill based in Lyon and went on to create seasonal fashion print collections, buying and redesigning archive prints. Nicky designed for all the high street stores from Marks and Spencer to River Island.

Nicky’s second career was in teaching as Head of Fashion & Textiles at Hillview School for Girls in Kent. She has taught Art & Design Textiles at GCSE and A Level, AQA Design and Technology/Textiles at A Level and GCSE and BTEC Level 3 Fashion. Her last set of grades were:  A Level 100% A-A*; GCSE 70% A-A* (100% A*-B).

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