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INTENT 

What you teach - your programme(s) of study 

  • Raise awareness of the importance of Creative Curriculum - ART (encourage a positive attitude towards Art) 
  • Long term plan showing progression of skills and knowledge taught from EYFS to Year 6 
  • Children’s work celebrated – develop children’s pride in their work. 
  • Linking Art curriculum to other curriculums 

 

IMPLEMENTATION 

How you teach it - your delivery of the above  

  • CPD for staff 
  • Provide opportunities to a broad access of different medias and tools in Art  
  • Skills and knowledge taught at appropriate levels, including developing a range of art vocabulary and questioning skills.  
  • Experience the joy and satisfaction of experimenting and creating their own art work 
  • Develop a deep understanding and love of Art from a wide range of cultures and traditions that will grow throughout their lives 
  • Know they are able to contribute to and be part of the cultural life and identity of Nottingham – E.g. participating in The Nottingham BookBench project. 

 

IMPACT 

So what - your evaluations of the above 

Impact (So What?) 

  

  • Children’s confidence in their skills and knowledge in Art 
  • Children confidence in discuss different artists and art work. 
  • Participate in ‘Take One Picture’ and fostering ability to organise words to plan, annotate and describe some design processes.  
  • Some children will participate and contribute in an ensemble outside school and/or develop skills to gain life skills such as; team work, confidence, focus, problem solving and commitment. 

Art yearly coverage 2019-2020

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Year 1

D To add texture by using tools. To make different kinds of shapes To cut, roll and coil materials such as clay, dough or plasticine.

Drawing To use three different grades of pencil in my drawing (4B, 8B, HB). To use charcoal, pencil and pastels. To create different tones using light and dark. To show patterns and texture in my drawings

Collage To create individual and group collages. To use different kinds of materials on my collage and explain why I have chosen them. To use repeated patterns in my collage.

Knowledge Famous Painter Colour Chaos To link colours to natural and man -made objects. To say how other artists have used colour, pattern and shape. To create a piece of work in response to another artist’s work.

Printing To print with sponges, vegetables and fruit. To print onto paper and textile. To design my own printing block. To create a repeating pattern. To create a print like a designer

Digital Art To use a simple painting program to create a picture. To use tools like fill and brushes in a painting package. To go back and change my picture.

Year 2

D To add texture by using tools. To make different kinds of shapes To cut, roll and coil materials such as clay, dough or plasticine.

Drawing To use three different grades of pencil in my drawing (4B, 8B, HB). To use charcoal, pencil and pastels. To create different tones using light and dark. To show patterns and texture in my drawings

Collage To create individual and group collages. To use different kinds of materials on my collage and explain why I have chosen them. To use repeated patterns in my collage.

Knowledge Famous Painter Colour Chaos To link colours to natural and man -made objects. To say how other artists have used colour, pattern and shape. To create a piece of work in response to another artist’s work.

Printing To print with sponges, vegetables and fruit. To print onto paper and textile. To design my own printing block. To create a repeating pattern. To create a print like a designer

Digital Art To use a simple painting program to create a picture. To use tools like fill and brushes in a painting package. To go back and change my picture.

Year 3

Shells with Georgia O’Keeffe Patterns in the Sea with Vincent van Gogh

Kandinsky with shapes - stained glass

 Create our own prehistoric cave paintings - exploring the design techniques and colour pallets.

 

 

Fabric painting (T-shirt)

Year 4

Roman Pottery Clay Mosaics Tiles – Class Mosaic – clay.

. Christmas Cards and Presents/ Advent Calendars

 

 

Through the window – Painting/

 

Year 5

Egyptian flatbread Clay masks

River art inspired by Monet

Islamic geometric patterns

George Bissell – ‘The Pit Painter’

Stained glass windows

Hokusai’s ‘Great Wave’

Year 6

Blitz silhouettes From a train window decoupage

Sewing - tapestry

 

Clay Caves

Our beliefs – individual art piece

 

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