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Art

Art

Mrs Blanch is our Art Co Ordinator.

Art Policy

 

Long term planning 

 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Drawing

I can create lines of different thickness and length

Layer different media eg crayons, pastels, felt tips, charcoal and ballpoint pen.

Understand the basic use of a sketchbook and work out ideas for drawings.

Draw for a sustained period of time from a figure and real objects, including single and grouped objects.

Experiment with the visual elements; line, shape, pattern and colour. Develop ability to shade.

I can use lines crossing to make simple patterns.

Layer different media eg crayons, pastels, felt tips, charcoal and ballpoint pen.

Understand the basic use of a sketchbook and work out ideas for drawings.

Draw for a sustained period of time from a figure and real objects, including single and grouped objects.

Experiment with the visual elements; line, shape, pattern and colour. Develop ability to shade.

I can use lines and marks to show texture in my art.

Experiment with different grades of pencil and other implements.

Plan, refine and alter their drawings as necessary.

Use their sketchbook to collect and record visual information from different sources.

Draw for a sustained period of time at their own level.

Use different media to achieve variations in line, texture, tone, colour, shape and pattern.

Introduce the concept of drawing in 3rd dimension

I can use line to record shapes seen in combination and repetition.

I can use line, shape and dots to represent figure and form.

Experiment with different grades of pencil and other implements.

Plan, refine and alter their drawings as necessary.

Use their sketchbook to collect and record visual information from different sources.

Draw for a sustained period of time at their own level.

Use different media to achieve variations in line, texture, tone, colour, shape and pattern.

Introduce the concept of drawing in 3rd dimension

I can use line to create negative space.

I can use line to create mood and feeling. Hard or flowing lines.

Make informed choices in drawing including paper and media. Alter and refine drawings and describe changes using art vocabulary.

Collect images and information independently in a sketchbook.

Use research to inspire drawings from memory and imagination.

Explore relationships between line and tone, pattern and shape, line and texture.

               

               

 

I can use line to create perspective.

I can experiment with shading and perspective to create form and texture.

Use a variety of source material for their work.

Work in a sustained and independent way from observation, experience and imagination.

Use a sketchbook to develop ideas – collect research and ideas before carrying out a piece of work. Individual work to be influenced by a range of artists’ styles.

Explore the potential properties of the visual elements; line, tone, pattern, texture, colour and shape.

               

 

Painting

I can name the primary and secondary colours Mix a range of secondary colours, shades and tones.

Experiment with tools and techniques including layering, mixing media, scraping through.

Name different types of paint and their properties.

Work on a range scales eg large brush on large paper.

Mix and match colours using artefacts and objects.

Introduce the colour wheel and mixing paint to create secondary colours.

I can create all the secondary colours                      Mix a range of secondary colours, shades and tones.

Experiment with tools and techniques including layering, mixing media, scraping through.

Name different types of paint and their properties.

Work on a range scales eg large brush on large paper.

Mix and match colours using artefacts and objects.

Introduce the colour wheel and mixing paint to create secondary colours.

 

I can create tints by adding white

I can create tones by adding black

Mix a variety of colours and know which primary colours make secondary colours.

Use a developed vocabulary.

Experiment with different effects and textures including blocking in colour, washes, thickened paint.

Work confidently on a range of scales eg thin brush on small picture.

I can order and create tones from light to dark and in monochrome black/grey/white

Mix a variety of colours and know which primary colours make secondary colours.

Use a developed vocabulary.

Experiment with different effects and textures including blocking in colour, washes, thickened paint.

Work confidently on a range of scales eg thin brush on small picture

I can mix all three primaries in varying amounts to make browns/black

I can use colour to create mood and feeling

Make and match colours with increasing accuracy.

Use more specific colour language eg tint, tone, shade, hue.

Chose paints and implements appropriately.

Plan and create different effects and textures with paint according to what they need for the task.

Show increasing independence and creativity with the painting process e.g. justify their choice of media.

 

I can create hues of colour eg mix a range of oranges

I can use colour to convey more subtle emotions eg hope/fear/suspicion

Demonstrate a secure knowledge about primary and secondary, warm and cold, complementary and contrasting colours.

Create imaginative work from a variety of sources.               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Printing

Use a variety of techniques including carbon, relief, press and fabric printing and rubbings e.g. tracing paper.

Design patterns of increasing complexity and repetition.

Print using a variety of materials, objects and techniques.

Print using a variety of materials, objects, and techniques, including layering.

Talk about the processes used to produce a simple print, to explore pattern and shape creating designs for printing.

 

Print using a variety of materials, objects, and techniques, including layering.

Talk about the processes used to produce a simple print, to explore pattern and shape creating designs for printing.

 

Print using a variety of materials, objects, and techniques, including layering.

Talk about the processes used to produce a simple print, to explore pattern and shape creating designs for printing.

 

Research, create and refine a print using a variety of techniques.

Select broadly the kinds of material to print with, in order to get the effect they want.

Resist printing including marbling, silkscreen and cold water paste

 

Build up layers and colours/textures.

Organise their work in terms of pattern, repetition, symmetry or random printing style Chose inks and overlay colours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Textiles / Collage

Create textured collages from a variety of media.

Make a simple mosaic.

Stitch, knot and use other manipulative skills.

Name the tools and materials they have used.

Develop skills in stitching, cutting and joining.

Experiment with a range of media eg overlapping and layering.

 

Name the tools and materials they have used.

Develop skills in stitching, cutting and joining.

Experiment with a range of media eg overlapping and layering.

 

Name the tools and materials they have used.

Develop skills in stitching, cutting and joining.

Experiment with a range of media eg overlapping and layering.

 

Match the tool to the material.

Combine skills more readily.

Choose collage or textiles as a means of extending work already achieved.

Refine and alter ideas and explain choices using art vocabulary.

Collect visual information from a variety of sources, describing with vocabulary based on the visual and tactile elements

Join fabrics in different ways, including stitching

Use a range of media to create collage.

Experiment with using batik safely

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3D Form

I can manipulate materials to change the form

Build a textured relief tile.

Understand the safety and basic care of materials and tools.

Experiment with, construct and join recycled, natural and man-made materials more confidently

I can sort and select materials to make structures.

Join clay adequately and work reasonably independently Construct a simple clay base for extending and modelling other shapes.

Make a simple papiermâché object.

Plan, design and make models.

I can combine materials to make patterns and textiles and describe objects.

Join clay adequately and work reasonably independently.

Construct a simple clay base for extending and modelling other shapes.

Make a simple papiermâché object.

Plan, design and make models.

 

I can develop surface patterns and texture on a sculpture.

Join clay adequately and work reasonably independently.

Construct a simple clay base for extending and modelling other shapes Make a simple papiermâché object.

Plan, design and make models.

 

I can incorporate form, pattern and texture into my work.

Make informed choices about the 3D technique chosen.

Show an understanding of shape, space and form.

Talk about their work understanding that it has been sculpted, modelled or constructed.

Use a variety of materials eg mod-roc, clay and wood.

 

I can independently select and effectively use relevant processes in order to create successful work.

Describe the different qualities involved in modelling, sculpture and construction.

Use recycled, natural and man-made materials to create sculpture.

Plan a sculpture through drawing and other preparatory work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breadth of Study

I can describe what I see and give an opinion about the work of an artist

I can ask questions about a piece of art.

Investigate different kinds of art, craft and design.

•Explore a range of starting points for practical work (e.g. themselves, their experiences, stories, natural and made objects and the local environment)

I can suggest how artists have used colour, pattern and shape.

I can talk about similarities and differences between my own and others’ art work.

I can compare the work of different artists.

I can talk about what I think or feel about my own art work and other peoples work.

I can explain some of the features of art from different cultures/historical periods.

I can describe how my work developed.

I can research the work of an artist and use their work to replicate a style.

I can modify and improve my work as it progresses so that it turns out how I wanted it to.

I can explain the style of my work and how it has been influenced by a famous artist.

I can evaluate, interpret and explain my work and that of some significant artists.

Artist links

Kandinsky – colour and shape.

Paul Klee – lines.

 

Topic links – making houses D&T

Jackson Pollock – colour texture.

Monet – City Scapes

 

Topic links – making houses/African huts D&T

 

 

William Morris – Victorian Printing

Portraits – Queen Victoria and shadows

Joan Miro – Lines/patterns/sculpture

George Serat – pointilisim

Monochrome art Mondarin

Georgia O’Keefe

 

Topic links – Egyptians Papyrus drawings

clay amulets

Vincent Van Gogh – watercolour

Henri Matisse – collage

 

 

Topic Links – Greeks Cross stitch designs

Clay Greek urns .print designs onto finished pots

Keith Haring –street art and sculpture

 

 

 

Topic links – trade & economics Sewing Make a cushion


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