KS3 Education

NOTE: This page is currently being updated.

Hello all fellow teachers! As a teacher myself I am often told by others that they struggle to find appropriate resources to cover sustainable fashion (and design) topics within their own curriculum at KS1-3. This area will provide a range of resources which have been tried and tested within my own classroom over that last 5 years of teaching. They have been sold of TES for a number of years but I am now making them available through this site for free, but ask that you include references to SustFashWales.

WHOLE 20 WEEK PROJECTS FOR UPPER & LOWER KS3

LOWER KS3 RECYCLED CONTAINERS
PROJECT

20 week project teaching the whole design process and everything needed to create a recycled container (bag, pencil case etc) using old pairs of jeans. It also includes extra slides for supporting your teaching in range of practical activities such as sewing, buttons, applique, tie-dye, batik and block printing etc.
Teacher PowerPoint

Pupil Workbook (GoogleDocs)

Pupil Workbook (pdf – easy printing)
UPPER KS3 ECO PLUSH TOY
PROJECT

20 week project teaching the whole design process and everything needed to create an eco friendly plush toy. It also includes extra slides for supporting your teaching in range of practical activities such as sewing, buttons, applique, tie-dye, batik and block printing etc.
Teacher PowerPoint

Pupil Workbook (GoogleDocs)

Pupil Workbook (pdf – easy printing)

FASHION REVOLUTION WEEK 2021 ACTIVITIES (single lesson)


HAPPY
T-SHIRT


A standalone lesson for Fashion Revolution Week – pupils to design the happiest t-shirt ever to make the lives of garment workers happier, using the template. This is suitable for lower attainment classes or as an extension task for higher attainment groups.
Teacher PowerPoint (contains both activities)

Pupil Worksheet
GARMENT WORKER PROFILES
A standalone lesson for Fashion Revolution Week – pupils to create imagined worker profiles using the template attached and instructions on the Powerpoint. This is suitable for higher attainment classes or as a group starter task for lower attainment groups.
Teacher PowerPoint (contains both activities)

Pupil Worksheet

List of worker names an wheel link

While this area is still under construction you can in the meantime, feel free to check out the SustFashWales YouTube channel, which has a range of practical “How To…” and informational videos all aimed at secondary children and perhaps even younger groups…

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAAylqeBoUKsbb5aYLgTWtQ