Intent for Art and Design
Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds, Healthy Futures.
In Art and Design pupils will be taught high quality lessons which will inspire them to think innovatively and develop creativity. Our Art curriculum provides children with opportunities to develop their skills using a range of media and materials. Children will be introduced to a range of works and develop knowledge of the styles and vocabulary used by famous artists.
It is important that art work be purposeful; be this as a means of expression or to explore the styles of other artists that inspire their own work. Pupils are clear what the intended outcomes are and have a means to measure their own work against this.
Implementation for Art and Design
We do the following in order to deliver our curriculum in Art and Design.
Impact for Art and Design
At Norman Pannell children will explore a range of different techniques such as drawing, painting and sculpture, and will use a variety of materials, from pencil and paint to charcoal and clay, to create their own art pieces. In addition, during Key Stage 2, children will study the works of some great artists, architects and designers from history.
sketching in the garden.
Lunch Time Sketch Club
Children from years 1-6 enjoyed sketching and colouring in the reading garden.
Norman Pannell Children enjoyed creating a whole school mosaic design which will be displayed at the front of the school. The junior children worked alongside the artist Hannah Jones in the first part of the project.
Day 2 Mosaic Art
The infant children enjoyed helping to complete the amazing school mosaic, by placing coloured tiles on the background.
Year 2 and 3 enjoyed a crafts morning with their parents.
Year 5 and 6 enjoy after school Art club.
Year 3 Celebrate their Stone Age Topic.
Reception Messy Morning.
Parents and children enjoy creating work together.
Class 3 enjoy creating Stone Age Paintings.
Artist Frank Green visits Year 1
"Dot-art Schools" is an interactive, online, inter-school, art competition, taking part on an annual basis and culminating in an exhibition in Liverpool city centre. Open to primary (year 6) and secondary (year 9) schools in the Liverpool City Region. It is designed to nurture talent, raise ambition, and take art out of the classroom and into the real world. Dot-art Schools offers a way of keeping young people engaged with the arts, allows them to see a creative career path, and encourages them to attend exhibitions and engage with culture, outside of school."
Our Y6 children have produced some outstanding artwork with the help of Miss Lamont at Art Club after school on Fridays during the Spring Term. Three of the pieces have been selected for the final judgement, which takes place soon. You can vote at:
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