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Art

“Every child is an artist, the problem is staying an artist when you grow up” – Pablo Picasso

Art and design is concerned with the way we respond to, understand, interpret and shape our world through our senses and emotions.  Taking part in art and design allows us to investigate what we see; to make visual responses; to interpret; to discriminate and reach decisions.  Art and design has its own language based upon the visual elements.

We teach the EYFS Curriculum 2014 and the KS1 & 2 National Curriculum 2014.

We ensure that in all key stages the activities of drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, sculpture, textiles, 3D design and digital media are taught.  Pupils are encouraged to develop their creative ideas in both expressive and craft design contexts; their work is informed by visual investigation from direct observation and other reference materials.

The study of the work of artists, craftspeople and designers from the locality, the past and present and a variety of cultures (both western and non-western) forms an integral part of practical art and design activities.

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