Technology facilities are mainly housed in a purpose built technology suite of rooms comprising of food technology rooms, resistant materials workshops, a graphics suite and textiles workshops. The facilities include a computer suite in the graphics area, CADCAM machines, fully equipped workshops and food technology rooms and facilities for electronics.
Resistant Materials Workshops
Fullbrook students enjoy the use of the resistant materials workshops which are fully equipped. Vacuum forming and CADCAM machines are just some of the facilities available to students to learn about and use to create a range of products during technology lessons and in technology clubs.
Food Technology Rooms
Food technology enjoys the use of two well fitted rooms where students learn to cook balanced and nutritional meals including the exploration of foods of the world. As well as providing the expected equipment for embracing an exciting food technology course, the food technology rooms also include interactive whiteboards to support students’ learning.
Textiles is a vibrant subject studied by all students in key stage 3 and which many students choose to follow at key stages 4 and 5. There are two well appointed textiles rooms providing everything students need to enable the creation of imaginative fabric based products ranging from ski hats to beach bags. The textiles show held annually clearly shows the talent developed in this area at Fullbrook