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Year 3 making paper structures. We used card to make a wide mouth frog eating flies.

Year 3 making paper structures.  We used card to make a wide mouth frog eating flies.   1
Year 3 making paper structures.  We used card to make a wide mouth frog eating flies.   2
Year 3 making paper structures.  We used card to make a wide mouth frog eating flies.   3
Year 3 making paper structures.  We used card to make a wide mouth frog eating flies.   4
Year 3 making paper structures.  We used card to make a wide mouth frog eating flies.   5
Year 3 making paper structures.  We used card to make a wide mouth frog eating flies.   6
Year 3 making paper structures.  We used card to make a wide mouth frog eating flies.   7
Year 3 making paper structures.  We used card to make a wide mouth frog eating flies.   8
Year 3 making paper structures.  We used card to make a wide mouth frog eating flies.   9

Art at Lawrence

Curriculum Intent

We want all of our children to be open minded, independent, respectful, resilient, active, creative and forward thinking when learning about Earth Art, Colour Creations, African Art, Aboriginal Art, Super Sculptures, Henri Rousseau, Indian Art, Plant Art, Vincent Van Gogh, Jewellery Designers, Sonia Delaunay, Famous Buildings, Chinese Art, C.S. Lowry, A Sense of Place, Gustav Klimt, Street Art and Expressing Yourself.

Curriculum Implementation

Our children are becoming artists at Lawrence by developing:

 

  • 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, craft makers 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.

 

     

Art Implementation EYFS

EYFS

Exploring

EYFS children at Lawrence:

safely use and explore a variety of

materials, tools and techniques, experimenting with colour, design,

texture, form and function

 

 

 

Art Implementation Year 1 to Year 6

 

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

Year 1

Earth Art

Colour Creations

African Art

Year 2

Aboriginal Art

Super Sculptures

Henri Rousseau

Year 3

Vincent Van Gogh

Indian Art

Plant Art

Year 4

Jewellery Designers

Sonia Delaunay

Famous Buildings

Year 5

Frida

Chinese Art

A Sense of Place

Year 6

Gustav Klimt

Street Art

Express Yourself

Curriculum Impact

 

In every Art lesson, teachers use baseline assessments to regularly assess what the children know as the topic progresses and inform their future planning.

 

Assessment information is integral to our monitoring cycle.  Our monitoring cycle is developed at the beginning of each academic year.  Monitoring in Art includes: lesson observations, book scrutinies and pupil voice.

Sonia Delaunay and Orphism

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