Our high quality art and design curriculum will motivate, engage and inspire the pupils. This will give them the skills and techniques to be creative with a wide range of tools and media.
An awareness of colour, shape, texture and proportion are developed alongside ideas and feelings. The study of a wide range of artist, craftspeople and designers provide the pupils with a knowledge that can be built upon. They are encouraged to express themselves and be confident in their work. Pupil’s can be supported at home by being encouraged to discuss the art around them. They need the opportunities to be creative with the family at home.
Going For Gold!
To be Gold in Art:
- Choose tools and materials independently and give suitable/creative reasons.
- Critically review their own work and that of others.
- Create 3d objects with intricate detail.
- Show pattern / texture/ shade when painting.
- Show a clear and concise understanding of the colour wheel.
- Draw at a level beyond his/her year group skills.
- I can investigate: drawing, collage, textiles, printing, collage, photography.
- I can experiment in ways of framing images.
- I can use tools and techniques.
- I can experiment with different materials to create an image.
- I can generate ideas for my work.
- I can combine colour, pattern, texture, line, tone, shade and shape to suit a purpose.
- I work out which visual information I need and combine this with other information.
- I can use research to create a piece of work.
- I can use mental calculations and problem solving to create a piece of work in Art or DT.
- I can plan, test, review and modify.
Reception have been talking about people that are special.read more
The children used wooden blocks, shapes, natural materials and pastels to create representations of houses and homes.read more
Our amazing Christmas cards!read more
Examples of reflection area and RE displays.read more
During our recent Biblical Art Day, Year 3 used a single pencil to sketch and shade pictures from Bible stories.read more
Year 3 are making the most of our immediate environment, Bude Park. They are learning and developing their observational skills.read more
The children in Reception have been learning about their immediate environment. This homework has given them the opportunity to share with others their home environment and also human features that they all go to.read more
Biblical Art Day.
A day when art and Re were brought together in a creative way.
Year 4 have been learning about Quentin Blake.read more