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Art

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Key Stage 2:

Course content
During Key Stage 2 students develop their creativity and imagination through more complex activities. These help to build on their skills and improve their control of materials, tools and techniques.

Year 5
During Year 5 students are introduced to the Elements of Art, see curriculum details below:
Year 5 Art Curriculum

Year 6
As they move to Year 6 students will look at Art in more depth starting with Medieval Art:
Year 6 Art Curriculum

Sketch Books
Students are expected to use a sketch book for recording, exploring and storing visual and other information. It will be used as an ongoing record of their learning and achievement.

Assessment
At KS2 there is an assessment at the end of each project where targets will be set and national curriculum levels given.

The Art department is registered with Nsead which informs our school of interesting and current development in art education.

KS3 Art

pink floral acrylic  greenworms

 

 

 

 

 

Key Stage 3: Course content

The aim of the course at KS3 is to help students to develop a passion for exploring, experimenting and creating artworks, as well as preparing them for GCSE Art.

Art in years 7, 8 and 9 will include a selection of the following projects;

Please see the curriculum information for each Year Group below:
Year 7 Art Curriculum
Year 8 Art Curriculum
Year 9 Art Curriculum

In Art and Design, students acquire skills to:

Sketch Books
Students are expected to use a sketch book for recording, exploring and storing visual and other information. It will be used as an ongoing record of their learning and achievement.

Assessment
At KS3 there is an assessment at the end of each project where targets will be set and national curriculum levels given.

The Art department is registered with Nsead which informs our school of interesting and current development in art education.

GCSE Art & Design (Fine Art)

Please find attached a copy of the current GCSE Fine Art specification (see syllabus 4202):

AQA-4200-W-SP-14