||Related curricular areas
|Advertising Clydeside living
||As an estate agent asks learners to create an advert which profiles the housing stock built as part of the regeneration of the Clyde.
||Expressive Arts, Languages, Technologies
|Build a home
||Design, ‘build’ and ‘market’ a modern house through learning about design and make skills linked to the housing market.
||Expressive Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Technologies
|Clyde eco-homes design
||Present, as teams of planners for an ‘eco’ house building company, on a researched design for a sustainable family home for a new housing development on the Clyde waterfront.
||Expressive Arts, Health and Wellbeing, Languages, Science, Social Studies
|Design the house of the future
||Learners work in partnership with a construction company and architects to design a house for the future. Experts judge the presentations.
||Expressive Arts, Social Studies, Technologies
||Upper Primary, Lower Secondary
|Homes for the future
||Applying knowledge and understanding of climate change in a project to design an environmentally sound home for the future.
||Expressive Arts, Science, Social Studies, Technologies
||Applying practical ICT skills to publicise and promote a new housing development on the River Clyde.
||Languages, Mathematics, Social Studies, Technologies
|Housing development marketing
||Using graphic communication pupils will develop a marketing brochure for a local housing developer who will set the brief for their work and assess their finished products.
||Expressive Arts, Languages, Mathematics, Social Studies, Technologies
|Local housing regeneration
||Produce a newspaper about how local community is changing and how the regeneration of the Clydeside is being improved and meeting the housing needs of local people.
||Expressive Arts, Languages, Mathematics, Social Studies
||By using k/u of 2D design processes and taking inspiration from Clyde architecture, learners will produce a textile design that will be judged for a design exhibition.
||Expressive Arts, Health and Wellbeing, Mathematics, Social Studies