Pupils at Muntham House undertake the National Curriculum for Design Technology. This is offered for Key Stage 2, 3, 4 and 5 pupils.
The school has two large workshops for resistant materials project work, with pupils undertaking a range of projects that encourage pupils to learn how to use hand and machine tools, understand how products are made and work, and to design a make items in the workshop.
These can range from smaller projects such as pencil boxes, puppets, key rings , robotics, electronics and problem solving tasks, model vehicles, model hovercraft and structures projects.
Further up the school many pupils undertake large scale design and make projects such as furniture design, tool boxes, tables for GCSE projects, and utilise modern CAD CAM facilities to manufacture parts for their projects to learn about industrial manufacturing and the commercial markets.