Art Curriculum 2022 (in progress)
Art Curriculum - Intent, Implementation, Impact
Love one another (John 15:12) then all can achieve.
We seek to ensure that our curriculum reflects, develops, expresses and applies our vision and values. We are committed to life in all its fullness within our flourishing, caring Christian community. Every child is unique and respected. The spiritual, social and emotional well-being of each child is central to our school community. We are dedicated to fostering a love of learning about the world. We aspire to be dignified members of humanity. We have the hope, wisdom and resilience to overcome challenges with confidence. Our core values are love, respect, forgiveness and wisdom. From these, from our vision, from our three rights and our secrets of success, many more values follow.
|The intent is to ensure all pupils produce creative, imaginative work. Children have the opportunity to explore their ideas and record their experiences, as well as exploring the work of others and evaluate different creative ideas. Children will become confident and proficient in a variety of techniques including drawing, painting, sculpting, as well as other selected craft skills, e.g., collage, printing, weaving and patterns. Children will also develop their knowledge of famous artists, designers and craft makers. Children will also develop their interest and curiosity about art and design through a series of lessons offering skills progression, knowledge progression and offering children the opportunity to ask questions and demonstrate their skills in a variety of ways. The lessons will offer the chance for children to develop their emotional expression through art to further enhance their personal, social and emotional development.||Following the National Curriculum, we have highlighted the key points and created examples of how to teach art and design and show the children’s knowledge and learning using a range of cross curricular activities and tasks. Children will develop their skills and knowledge throughout their time at Primary School and build upon their understanding of each area. Children should also know how art and design both reflect and shape our history, and contribute to the culture, creativity and wealth of our nation.||Art and design learning is loved by teachers and pupils across school. Teachers have higher expectations and more quality evidence can be presented in a variety of ways. All children use technical vocabulary accurately and pupils are expected to know, apply and understand the matters, skills and processes specified. Children improve their enquiry skills and inquisitiveness about the world around them, and their impact through art and design on the world. Children will become more confident in analysing their work and giving their opinion on their own and other works of art. Children show competences in improving their resilience and perseverance by continually evaluating and improving their work. All children in school can speak confidently about their art and design work and their skills.|