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Art & Design at Beedon CE Primary

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Intent

Implementation

Within our curriculum, the art and design projects are well sequenced to provide a coherent subject scheme that develops children’s skills and knowledge of visual elements, art forms, artists and art movements. Projects are placed alongside other subject projects where there are opportunities for making meaningful connections. For example, Beautiful Botanicals has been placed in the same teaching sequence as the science project Plants. Where possible, projects with similar materials are spaced out to have as little strain on resources as possible. For example, in Key Stage 1, clay work is taught in different terms. Seasons are also a consideration for the placement of art and design projects. For example, if children are required to work outdoors, these projects have been placed in either the latter part of the spring or summer term.

Impact

In our lessons, you will see

  • Children who are being supported to develop their artistic skills. Since returning to school in 2020
  • Teachers who are supported with the subject knowledge needed to plan well-sequenced lessons which help children progress with their art work
  • Children who feel supported and able to improve their resilience and perseverance by continually evaluating and improving their work.
  • Quality work/evidence celebrated and presented in a variety of ways.
  • Children are confident and able to talk about art and design, and about different artists and designers.
  • Children who are able to reflect upon and evaluate their own and others’ work
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