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          Art and Design at Eye Primary School

Subject Leader - Miss H Sargeant

At Eye CE Primary School we believe that art enables children to express themselves and respond in different ways to experiences.  It develops creativity, imagination and inventiveness – skills which can be used throughout the curriculum and beyond.  We want children to know what art is and how it impacts our lives - all around us are things that have been created and designed by artists.

How is art taught at Eye?

 

Art is taught termly and each unit has the opportunity to explore different aspects of art so that across the year children have experience of drawing, painting, sculpture, textiles, collage and printing.  Skills taught in the previous year can then be built on during the next.  Children look at works of different artists to help them to think about how art is formed and are then able to use their imaginations to create their own piece of work.

Art Long Term Plan

Our Long Term Plan follows ‘Kapow Primary’s scheme for Art and Design.

Each unit links directly to the National Curriculum Subject Content for Art and Design.

 

 

KS1 NC Subject Content

Pupils should be taught to:

Kapow’s Art and Design Themes

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

Formal Elements of Art

Generating Ideas

Making Skills

To develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space

Formal Elements of Art

Making Skills

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.

Knowledge of Artists

Evaluating

KS2 NC Subject Content

Pupils should be taught to:

Kapow’s Art and Design Themes

To create sketch books to record their observations and use them to review and revisit ideas

Generating Ideas

Making Skills

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]

Making Skills

Formal Elements of Art

About great artists, architects and designers in history

Knowledge of Artists

Evaluating

Art Long Term Plan

Artists Studied

 

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

 

  • Beatriz Milhazes- abstract art
  • Bridget Riley- line drawing
  • David Hockney and Vija Celminnss- use of materials to represent water
  • Jasper Johns- colour
  • Wassily Kandinsky, Ranata Bernal and Ilya Bolotowsky- use of shape
  • Pierre Auguste Renoir, Joaquin Sorolla and Peder Severin Kroyer- pieces inspired by the seaside
  • Vincent Van Gogh- collage
  • Louise Bourgeois- sculpture
  • Max Ernst- ‘frottage’ technique (Taking rubbings from uneven surfaces
  • Ed Ruscha- use of shading and tone to create a 3D look
  • Clarice Cliff- Circle Tree plate designs
  • Nancy McCroskey- mural to explore skills of shading
  • Damien Hirst- drawing
  • Julian Opie- portraits
  • Edwina Bridgeman- clothes peg figures
  • Roy Lichtenstein- Pop art
  • Carl Giles- Cartoon Style Drawing
  • Diego Valazquez- tints and shades of colour
  • Luz Perez Ojeda- optical illusion portraits
  • Barbara Hepworth- soap sculptures
  • Paul Cezanne- modern art- painting style
  • Giorgio Morandi- still life drawing
  • David Hockney- painting
  • Paula Rego- formal elements
  • Edward Hopper
  • Pieter Brueghel- painting
  • Fiona Rae- abstract art
  • Guiseppe Arcimboldo- collage
  • Sokari Douglas Camp- word sculpture
  • El Anatsui- sculpture
  • Friedensreich Hundertwasser- architect
  • Banksy- messages within mural
  • Andy Warhol- Symmetrical, abstract prints
  • John Singer Sargent- reading a picture
  • Magdalene Odundo-3D work through 2D drawing
  • Claude Monet- impressionist painters
  • William Morris- printing and repeated patterns
  • Edward Hopper- formal elemets
  • Kathe Kollwitz- representing emotion
  • Pablo Picasso- symbolism and tone
  • Mark Wallinger- sculpture
  • Hannah Hoch,  Peter Kennard and Jerry Uelsmann- photomontage
  • Jenny Holzer- truisms
  • Edward Weston- abstract images- macro photography
  • Edvard Munch- mood and expression
  • Paul Cezanne, Jaromir Funke, Ben Nicholson- still life

 

Painting

Sculpture

Visiting Artist - Roland Burt

 

We had a visit from local artist Roland Burt and created a piece of art that every child in the school contributed to.  Roland showed the children how to draw figures and animals using numbers, letters and household objects and told them stories of his childhood.  

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