St Peter’s C.E Art and Design Vision
At St Peter’s C of E Primary School ‘Every Child of God Matters’.
In Art and Design, we strive to engage, inspire and challenge pupils, equipping them with the skills, knowledge and confidence to experiment, invent and create their own works of art, craft and design.
We believe that as children progress, they start to develop the critical analysis skills to gain a deeper understanding of Art and Design, which in turn, allows them to reflect on how Art and Design have shaped our history and how it contributes to the culture, creativity and wealth of our nation.
A skills progression document and topic map for art shows that coverage is balanced and builds on previous learning. Children’s needs and interests are also taken into account when planning.
The curriculum is planned and sequenced so that new knowledge and skills build on what has been taught before and towards its clearly defined end-points.
Pupils connect new knowledge with existing knowledge.
Good teacher knowledge is evident.
Pupils understand key concepts.
Pupils embed key concepts in their long-term memory and apply them fluently.
The work given to pupils is demanding and matches the aims of the subject
Over time pupils know more, remembering more and being able to do more
Teaching and learning is ambitious and designed to give all pupils the knowledge and skills they require
It is clear what end-points the Art curriculum is building towards and what pupils need to know and be able to do to reach those end-points.
Pupils with SEND are developing their knowledge, skills and abilities to apply what they know and can do with increasing fluency and independence
Pupils’ learning in Art is good.
The delivery of the national curriculum programmes of study.
Depth and breadth of curriculum coverage.
The content reflects the school’s ambitious intentions for learning.
Class pages and the Art website page is up to date ensuring that it is evident what is being taught.
Assessment is used to check pupils’ understanding to inform teaching and to help pupils embed and use knowledge fluently and develop their understanding.
There is a clear progression in skills from EYSF through to Year 6.
Art Exhibtion 2022
The theme for this year's art exhibition was the four elements - earth, wind, fire and water.
Each class chose an artist and focused their work around the artist and their chosen element.
I'm sure you will agree that our work is amazig!
Art Exhibition July 2021
This year, our theme was Around The World.
Each class studied artists and their artwork from a different country from around the world.
We have got some amazingly talented artists.
Well done to all the children.
The photos below show close ups of all our final pieces of artwork from our exhibition.
We think they are amazing and hope you do too!
Art Exhibition Summer 2019
The theme for our art exhibition in 2019 was architects and architecture.
Each class looked at famous buildings from all over the world, then looked at the features. They then chose an architect and focussed on one of the buildings they had designed.
How many famous buildings can you recognise?