Ms Henderson email@example.com
Mr Edwards Lead Practitioner of Learning and Teaching and Visual Arts Teacher with responsibility for History of Art firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Slipper Lead Practitioner of Learning and Teaching and Visual Arts Teacher email@example.com
Ms Bailey Year Learning Coordinator for Year 11 and Visual Arts Teacher firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Griffiths PE and Visual Arts Teacher email@example.com
Studying Art and design will equip students with the knowledge and skills to developing creative thinking and making skills. Students will learn about the history of art throughout their courses to engage and inspire them to understand, express and challenge the world around them. We believe that every person can get better at Art. With the right type of practice and focus, every single student can improve their art skills.
Key Stage Three
KS3 Art teaching will build students’ knowledge of art techniques including drawing, designing and making. Art history and contextual studies underpin our enquiry question, in supporting students to reflect on and respond to the world around them in creative ways. Students explore themes such as ‘Identity’ and Psychogeography in response to the local community to create a range of two- and three dimensional works.
Key Stage Four
GCSE Art and Design is a practical course, full of challenging activities to develop students’ art skills. Being creative with a range of materials and techniques including drawing, printing, ceramics, painting, sculpture, photography, the digital arts and collage. Using a deliberate practise approach students develop high levels of technical skill for in-depth visual expression. An introduction to art history is taught and students develop skills for artists’ analysis.
Key Stage Five
KS5 Students are offered the Fine art and art history pathways. A Level Art courses are broad and expressive, designed to develop and nurture students critical thinking, creative and analytical skills, through a range of art making experiences. Students are expected to work independently to steer their thematic ideas and personal approach to materials. Students showcase their work at the Young London Artists Award exhibition in January, presenting their ideas to visiting professional judges. Students move into the creative sector through FE courses at both degree and foundation level.