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Our Lady & St. Gerard's

R.C. Primary School

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Art

Subject Leader: Miss R. Williams

 

During art lessons the school encourages children to produce creative work, by exploring their ideas and recording their experiences. Children are given the opportunity to work with a wide variety of appropriate media in two and three dimensional form. Children are taught techniques in drawing, painting, sculpture and other art and craft design activities.

 

Children evaluate their own work and analyse creative works of others. The children are given the opportunity to study work of great artists, craft makers and designers and are taught how art has influenced historical and cultural development around the world.

 

From Years 1-6, children work in their own sketch book. These are used as working documents to record their observations, carry out artst research and use them to review and revisit ideas. 

Curriculum Overview

Important Documents

Useful Links

Please follow the 'Primary homework help' link below to access a wide range of information about famous artists. You could use this page to explore and learn about new artists or to aid and develop your focus artist research from school. 

Please use the BBC Bitesize links below to access tutorials for art & design skills including; drawing, painting, sculpture, textiles, colour, shape, pencils, pastels and inks, textiles, famous artists and many more to further develop your KS1 and KS2 art & design skills. 

We have some fantastic examples of our children's artwork displayed around our school! Please take a look at some of the brilliant sketchbook work that the children in our school are creating.

Year 2 sketchbooks

Year 5 sketchbooks

Teacher examples

Spring Term Art & Design: In school and at home

During the spring term, our children have worked exceptionally hard to continue produce outstanding work from our art & design curriculum; both in school and whilst learning from home. Please take a look through some of the wonderful examples from EYFS - Year 6.

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