Every child is a valued artist on a journey of discovery through art.
- Study a diverse and inclusive range of artists, artwork and art history (both classical and modern).
- Inspire creativity and offer a range of opportunities for self-expression.
- Challenge pupil’s understanding and skills to excite them about the topic.
- Develop an appreciation of art and articulately express opinions.
- Teach a progression of skills.
- Explore philosophy and faith through art.
- Art is led by a subject expert who supports staff in developing their own skills and providing quality resources and training.
- Children study the work of artists, designers or crafts people from a variety of cultures and periods of time.
- Create an atmosphere that allows freedom of creativity and an opportunity for self-expression and experimentation.
- Opportunities to showcase work for a wider audience.
- Children develop their skills and knowledge through a wide range of mediums which are scaffolded to meet all needs through Quality First Teaching.
- Learners develop the knowledge and skills to work like an artist and this is evident in their sketchbooks.
- Children make sustained progress measured against age appropriate progression grids and expectations.
- Children enjoy becoming more confident and creative artists.
- Children develop their opinions to appreciate and critique a range of artwork.
- By the end of each phase children are expected to produce a range of artwork for display and discussion.
- There will be a broad understanding of art across the curriculum subjects (specifically R.E.) for enrichment.