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Handheld Drill

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A robust handheld drill designed for up to 6mm bits, simplifying mechanical concepts.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Visible Bevel Gears

This handheld drill has visible bevel gears that let children see how gears interact and teach them about rotational mechanics.

Practical Tool Use

This tool supports hands-on learning in Design and Technology from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2.

Enhanced Precision

Constructed to accommodate precise tasks in the classroom, this handheld drill facilitates the development of dexterity and accuracy in practical projects.

Supports STEM Learning

Ideal for demonstrating the practical application of mechanical principles, this drill is a versatile tool used across various subjects within science and technology education.

Key Stage 1 Application

This drill is ideal for Key Stage 1 students to develop practical task skills by selecting and using various tools, aligning with curriculum goals.

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Handheld Drill

A robust handheld drill designed for up to 6mm bits, simplifying mechanical concepts.

Overview

  • This handheld drill is an essential tool for teaching the basics of mechanical operations, particularly suited for classroom demonstrations with its capacity to handle up to 6mm drill bits. Its practical design is aligned with Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Design and Technology curriculum, helping students learn to select and use a variety of tools for cutting, shaping, joining, and finishing tasks.

  • The clear demonstration of bevel gears at work provides a valuable, visual learning experience, it supports deeper understanding of mechanical principles vital for STEM education.

  • Moreover, it serves dual purposes by functioning as both a practical tool for hands-on curriculum tasks and an illustrative aid in teaching the fundamentals of engineering, from gear dynamics to precision in tool handling, fostering both educational engagement and skill acquisition.

Supports the National Curriculum

Design & Technology, Key Stage 1, Make

Select from and use a range of tools and equipment to perform practical tasks (for example, cutting, shaping, joining and finishing).

Design & Technology, Key Stage 2, Make

Select from and use a wider range of tools and equipment to perform practical tasks (for example, cutting, shaping, joining and finishing), accurately.

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