Art and Design

Engaging, exciting and empowering lifelong learners through a creative, mastery-based curriculum

Our curriculum is centred around developing the whole child: from their head, to their heart, to their hand.

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The characteristics of an artist at East Farleigh Primary:

  • The ability to use visual language skilfully and convincingly (for example, line, shape, pattern, colour, texture, form) to express emotions, interpret observations,

  • Convey insights and accentuate their individuality.

  • The ability to communicate fluently in visual and tactile form.

  • The ability to draw confidently and adventurously from observation, memory and imagination.

  • The ability to explore and invent marks, develop and deconstruct ideas and communicate perceptively and powerfully through purposeful drawing in 2D, 3D or

digital media.

  • An impressive knowledge and understanding of other artists, craftmakers and designers.

  • The ability to think and act like creative practitioners by using their knowledge and understanding to inform, inspire and interpret ideas, observations and feelings.

  • Independence, initiative and originality which they can use to develop their creativity.

  • The ability to select and use materials, processes and techniques skilfully and inventively to realise intentions and capitalise on the unexpected.

  • The ability to reflect on, analyse and critically evaluate their own work and that of others.

  • A passion for and a commitment to the subject.

Curriculum Ambition

ART - CURRICULUM STATEMENT.pdf

Curriculum Design

ART & DESIGN - PROGRESSION PATHWAY.pdf

Progression and content has been revised (March 2022) and, with the exception of KS1, will be implemented from September.

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Possible Career Aspirations for the Future

As an artist, you could become a...

curator

architect

photographer

designer

illustrator

For more career ideas, please visit First Careers

Disclaimer: This has been developed with reflection upon the National Curriculum (2014) and Cornerstones Education