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E P Collier

Primary School and Nursery

Nurture. Discover. Achieve.

Art and Design

KS1

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Terms 5 & 6

Year

1/2

Change For The Better?

What Have they taught Us?

Where Would We Be Without Water?

Healthy Body, Healthy Minds

Our Beautiful World

 

 

 

A

Art as a voice - Aboriginal Art

Pattern, line, form , space

 

Depiction of a significant place/time/person  in their life in the style of Aboriginal art

 

Pop Art

Use of primary colours, Shapes and choice of tools

 

Word flash in Pop Art Style

 

 

 

 

 

 Monet

 

Use of tone and colour; representations of real life – comparison to pop art style

 

Water colour painting of an aspect of local area

 

 

 

 

B

 

 Art In The Locality

 

Sculpture of a Reading landmark  using recycled  materials

Sculpture

Jug or vase from clay with a simple design

 

Georgia O’keefe

Exploration of  abstract depictions of nature using a choice of materials

Key skills

  • Record and explore ideas from first hand observation, experience and imagination
  • Explore the differences and similarities within the work of artists, crafts people and designers in different times and cultures
  • Use a variety of drawing tools; pencils, crayons, pastels, felt tips, charcoal, ball point pens, chalk
  • Begin to explore the use of line, shape, pattern and colour in drawing
  • Paint with different brush sizes and types for an intended effect
  • Mix and match paint colours to artefacts and objects
  • Mix secondary colours – shades and tones
  • Manipulate malleable materials in a variety of ways (play dough, salt dough and clay) – rolling, kneading and shaping
  • Explore shape and form, designing and making products
  • Experiment with construct and join recycled, natural and man-made materials

 

 

LKS2

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Terms 5 & 6

Year

3/4

Change For The Better?

What Have they taught Us?

Where Would We Be Without Water?

Healthy Body, Healthy Minds

Our Beautiful World

 

 

 

A

Art as a Voice – what do you want to say?

 

Pop Art

 

 

Bathers

 

Cezanne;Monet;Seurat,

Duncan Grant

 

 

 

 

B

Art as a Voice Experience of migration in art

 

Van Gogh

 

 

 

 

Representations of Dance in Art

 

Different time periods and disciplines

Key skills

  • Select and record from first hand observation, experience and imagination for an identified purpose
  • Explore the roles and purposes of artists, crafts people and designers working in different times and cultures
  • Make informed choices in drawing and painting including paper, media and implements
  • Alter and refine drawings and paintings describing the changes
  • Use colour specific vocabulary when colour mixing; tone, hue, shade, tint
  • Collect images and information in a sketchbook and use them to review and revisit ideas
  • Use research to inspire drawings from memory and imagination
  • Explore the relationship between tone, pattern and shape, line and texture
  • Join clay adequately and develop independence when working
  • Use papier-mache to create an object

 

UKS2

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Terms 5 & 6

Year

5/6

Change For The Better?

What Have they taught Us?

Where Would We Be Without Water?

Healthy Body, Healthy Minds

Our Beautiful World

 

 

 

A

 

Art as a Voice -  social record through time

 

Printing and painting

 

Georgia O’Keeffe – still life line drawing

 

 

 

Monet – light

 

 

 

 

B

 Art as a voice – Van Gogh as a reformist artist

 

 

Sculpture – representation of family and safety

 

 

 

Still life through the ages

 

Key skills

  • Select and record from first hand observation, experience and imagination, and explore different ideas for different purposes
  • Explore the roles and purposes of artists, architects and designers working in different times and cultures
  • Compare ideas, methods and approaches in their own work and that of others’ work and say what they think and feel about them
  • Adapt their work according to their views and suggest how ideas can be developed further
  • Develop ideas using different or mixed media in a sketchbook
  • Show an awareness of how paintings are created (composition)
  • Print using a variety of different objects and techniques including layering
  • Select appropriate printing materials to achieve a desired effect
  • Plan a sculpture through drawing, sketching and other preparatory work selecting suitable materials and construction techniques
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