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Art

Our Vision at Corporation Road

At Corporation Road Community Primary School, we want children to have an appreciation of different artists and for children to be able to talk about a range of artists and their work. We want children to recognise some works of art, name the artist and give some background information. Children will be able to create their own pieces of art and be confident to describe and evaluate the skills and techniques they’ve used to create their own pieces. We aim for children to have the knowledge and skills to prepare them for art and design in secondary school as well as if they want to pursue it as a career choice.

DomainsKey Concepts
Planning and DesignDeveloping Ideas and selection
EvaluatingAppreciating the work of others and Evaluating their own work
Skills and TechniquesPrintmaking, Collage, Colour, Pattern and Line & Tone

End Points of the Art Map

Community

For children to understand that art and design can bring people together from their local and wider community. Understand that art and design bring together a richness of cultures, beliefs and religions from across the world. Understand similarities and differences when we compare what materials and skills we use, to communities past and present, near and far.To know that through art and design, you can contribute to your local and wider community.

Gender & Equality

For children to have an appreciation and knowledge of a wide range of artists. To understand that irrespective of gender, race, beliefs, culture or religion, you can have an appreciation of and access to art and design. For children to have the skills and knowledge to have the option of continuing art and design in higher education and/or through a career.

Citizenship

For children to understand that as citizens, we can use art and design to help work towards the betterment of the whole community. Children will know that through art and design, you can help to improve the mental health of yourself and others around you.

Legacy & Impact

For children to understand and learn about legacies in art and design left behind by key individuals and communities, which have had an impact on the way in which we live our lives, and influence what we learn, in society today. For children to develop art and design skills so that they can choose to have an impact on their immediate and wider environment and influence others. For children to have the knowledge and ability to make their own mark on society knowing they themselves leave behind their own legacy.

Development Matters

Children sing songs, make music and dance, and experiment with ways of changing them. They safely use and explore a variety of materials, tools and techniques, experimenting with colour, design, texture, form and function.Children use what they have learnt about media and materials in original ways, thinking about uses and purposes. They represent their own ideas, thoughts and feelings through design and technology, art, music, dance, role play and stories.

National Curriculum

Pupils should be taught:

  • to use a range of materials creatively to design and make products
  • to use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share their ideas, experiences and imagination
  • to develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space
  • about the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers, describing the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines, and making links to their own work.
  • to create sketch books to record their observations and use them to review and revisit ideas
  • to improve their mastery of art and design techniques, including drawing, painting and sculpture with a range of materials [for example, pencil, charcoal, paint, clay]
  • about great artists, architects and designers in history.
EYFS

Planning and Designing

Developing Ideas: They represent their own ideas, thoughts and feelings through design and technology, art, music, dance, role play and stories.

Selection: Explore a variety of materials, tools and techniques, experimenting with colour, design, texture, form and function.

Evaluating

Appreciating the Work of Others: Talk about a piece of art and express an opinion.

Evaluating Their Own Work: Say if they like or dislike their work

Skills and Techniques

Drawing: Create simple representations of events, people and objects.

Painting: Explores what happens when they mix colours.

Printmaking: Experiment with printing.

Collage: Experiment with collage materials and glue

Colour: Name primary colours and some secondary colours

Pattern: Explore pattern in the environment and explore creating patterns.

Line and Tone: Explore making lines on paper.

Year 1

Planning and Designing

Developing Ideas: Draw from or talk about experiences, creative ideas and observations.

Selection: Describe the sensory properties of a range of different materials and decide which ones to use when making something.

Evaluating

Appreciating the Work of Others: Outline personal likes and dislikes regarding a piece of art.

Evaluating Their Own Work: Outline personal likes and dislikes regarding their own work.

Skills and Techniques

Drawing: Use lines to represent a shape or outline.

Painting: Apply paint using a range of tools (e.g. large brushes, hands, feet, rollers and pads)

Printmaking: Create simple mono prints using a range of printing utensils.

Collage: Cut and tear paper and glue it to a surface

Colour: Name primary colours and collate colours into groups of similar shades.

Pattern: Create a simple pattern using colours and shapes.

Line and Tone: Use lines of different thickness.

Year 2

Planning and Design

Developing Ideas: Draw from or talk about experiences, creative ideas and observations

Selection: Choose appropriate materials, and techniques for a given project.

Evaluating

Appreciating the Work of Others: Explain what they like/dislike about an artwork, comparing it with other pieces of art.

Evaluating their own Work: Explain the main successes and challenges encountered when completing a piece of artwork.

Skills and Techniques

Drawing: Use line and tone to draw shape, pattern and texture.

Painting: Mix paint colours to suit a task.

Printmaking: Create single and multi-coloured prints using a range of printing techniques.

Collage: Cut and tear fabrics and papers, attaching them using different joining techniques.

Colour: Select and match colours when painting from observation, explaining how different colours make them feel.

Pattern: Create patterns using natural materials (e.g. pebbles, sticks, shells, leaves and petals).

Line and Tone: Use tone to show light and shade

Year 3

Planning and Designing

Developing Ideas: Identify interesting aspects of objects as a starting point for work.

Selection: Explain the purpose of a given task and identify the ideal materials and tools for the job.

Evaluating

Appreciating the Work of Others: Use a range of artistic vocabulary to compare artworks of a particular genre or movement

Evaluating their own Work: Make suggestions for ways to adapt/improve their own artwork.

Skills and Techniques

Drawing: Use a range of drawing media to draw natural and man made items, giving attention to pattern, shape and form.

Painting: Copy and create patterns and textures with a range of paints.

Printmaking: Make repeat pattern prints for decorative purposes using various natural materials.

Collage: Use a variety of materials to create a collage on a theme.

Colour: Create and use a palette of natural colours to paint from outdoor observation.

Pattern: Imprint a range of patterns into modelling materials (e.g. clay, dough and papier mâché).

Line and Tone: Use line to add surface detail to a drawing, print or painting.

Year 4

Planning and Designing

Developing ideas: Select and record visual and other information to develop ideas on a theme.

Selecting: Investigate, combine and organise visual and tactile qualities of materials and processes when making something.

Evaluating

Appreciating the Work of Others: Compare and comment on a number of artworks on a similar theme, explaining the approaches taken by different artists or genres.

Evaluating their own Work: Comment on similarities/differences between own and others’ work, describing what they feel about both.

Skills and Techniques

Drawing: Draw from close observation to capture fine details.

Painting: Add textural materials to paint, to create a desired effect.

Printmaking: Use a motif and stencil to create a mono or repeat print.

Collage: Create a collage using contrasting colours.

Colour: Use complementary and contrasting colours for effect.

Pattern: Use bold colour and geometric shapes to create a graphic-style print.

Line and Tone: Use tone to emphasise form in drawing and painting.

Year 5

Planning and Designing

Developing Ideas: Explain how an idea has developed over time.

Selection: Combine a range of media within a piece of work and explain the desired effect.

Evaluating

Appreciating the Work of Others: Explain how a piece of artwork makes them feel, explaining views by reference to effects (e.g. colour and pattern).

Evaluating their own Work: Compare and comment on ideas/methods/approaches in own and others’ work (relating to context).

Skills and Techniques

Drawing: Use simple rules of perspective in drawings of figures and buildings.

Painting: Use paint application techniques to create mood and atmosphere in a painting.

Printmaking: Create a detailed block for printing using string, card, foam or lino.

Collage: Create a monochromatic collage which incorporates text.

Colour: Add black and white to paint to subtle tints and tones, light and shade.

Pattern: Use rubbing techniques (frottage art) to collect patterns and textures.

Line and Tone: Use cross-hatching to add tonal detail.

Year 6

Planning and Designing

Developing Ideas: Explain intentions when developing ideas, identifying any changes and improvements made as work progresses.

Selection: Describe how the techniques and themes used by other artists and genres have been developed in their own work.

Evaluating

Appreciating the Work of Others: Describe and explain the ideas, methods and techniques used to create artwork on a particular theme or genre.

Evaluating their own Work: Explain how studying other artists’ work has influenced and developed their own. Adapt and refine own work in the light of evaluations.

Skills and Techniques

Drawing: Use a variety of media to represent light, shade, form, pattern and texture in a range of drawing work.

Painting: Use paint techniques characteristic of a specific genre (e.g. particular brush strokes, colours and paint application techniques).

Printmaking: Create abstract prints which involve experimentation with colour, size, shape and repetition.

Collage: Embellish using collage techniques (decoupage).

Colour: Mix and use colour to reflect mood and atmosphere.

Pattern: Use pattern to add detail, movement and interest to a piece of work

Line and Tone: Use pen and ink to add line, tone and perspective using a tonal ink wash.

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