Curriculum

Art
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Art

Miss. E Jones

Subject Leader

Miss. E Jones
Mrs. J Hobbs

Department Vision

The Abbey School Art Department is a dynamic, hard working team who work together creatively so that every pupil can achieve within the subject

 

 Key Stage 3

 

  Art KS3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Years 7 and 8 pupils have 2 art lessons per 2 week cycle and have the option to progress onto GCSE in year 9. All groups engage in up to three art projects throughout the year, covering a variety of 2D and 3D materials, techniques and processes.

Year 7 Projects

Observation and Tone- through a series of activities, students will develop skills in observational drawing using a variety of materials, drawing techniques and processes. They will explore and experiment with Formal Elements: TONE, SHAPE, FORM, and LINE.

Abstract and Colour- in this project students will develop skills in observation, colour mixing and application of paint. They will be introduced to abstract art and a range of colour media, painting techniques and processes. They will explore and experiment with Formal Elements: COLOUR and SHAPE.

Imagination and 3D- in this project students will develop skills in observational drawing using a range of materials, drawing techniques and processes. They will explore and experiment with Formal Elements: FORM, SHAPE and TEXTURE.

 

Assessment 

Books are marked regularly providing constructive and diagnostic feedback and progress is measured using the schools’ numerical grading system.

Homework
Year 7 and 8 pupils are given homework booklets to complete independently across 2 terms. The aim is to introduce students to 6 different artists over a period of 2 years.
The artists have been carefully selected to compliment the schemes of work delivered in class and from left to right include; ‘Vase of 6 Sunflowers’ by Vincent Van Gogh, ‘Homage to Bleriot’ by Robert Delaunay, ‘The Thinker’ by Auguste Rodin,’ Marilyn Monroe’ by Andy Warhol, King Tutankhamun’s Death Mask’ by unnamed Egyptian craftsmen from the New kingdom and ‘The Mona Lisa’ by Leonardo Da Vinci’.
Year 7

Key Stage 4

 

Art KS4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AQA GCSE Fine Art

Specification code: 8201

Teaching from September 2016

Exams from June 2018

QAN code: 601/8088/2

http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/art-and-design/gcse/art-and-design-8201-8206/subject-content/fine-art

 

This qualification is linear. Linear means that students will sit all their exams and submit all their non-exam assessment at the end of the course.

 

Course Content

 

Component 1: Portfolio

 

What's assessed

Each student must select and present a portfolio representative of their course of study. The portfolio must include both:

  1. A sustained project
  2. A selection of further work

How it's assessed

No time limit

60% of GCSE

 

Component 2: Externally Set Task

 

What's assessed

AQA will provide a separate externally set assignment for each title, each with seven different starting points. Students must select and respond to one starting point from their chosen title.

How it’s assessed

Preparatory period followed by 10 hours of supervised time

40% of GCSE

Non-exam assessment (NEA) set and marked by the school/college and moderated by AQA during a visit. Moderation will normally take place in June.

 

Key Stage 5

 

 Art KS5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Level Art and Design 

Fine Art (9FA0)

http://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-a-levels/art-and-design-2015.html

The Pearson Edexcel Level 3 Advanced GCE in Art and Design consists of two components… 

 

Component 1 (60% of the total qualification) allows students opportunities to generate and develop ideas, research primary and contextual sources, record practical and written observations, experiment with media and processes, and refine ideas towards producing personal resolved outcome(s).

Component 2 (40% of the total qualification) allows students the same opportunities as Component 1 in response to an externally set theme.

 

How it's assessed 

Assessment of Component 1 incorporates three major elements: supporting studies, practical work, and a personal study. Assessment of Component 2 incorporates two major elements: preparatory studies and the 15- hour period of sustained focus. Both components are teacher assessed and externally moderated by Edexcel.

 

 

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