An education in Art and Design is essential for anyone interested in a career in product design, architecture, textiles, fashion, jewelry, furniture design, interior design, graphics, photography, and publishing, as well as the fine arts of painting and sculpture. Art develops communication skills and self -confidence, problem solving skills and teamwork. You will be able to work in any way you wish, once you have learned about materials, processes, and skills. Art can be studied at A-level and at a university or art college.
There are painters who transform the sun into a yellow spot, but there are others who,thanks to their art and intelligence, transform a yellow spot into the sun.
At KS3 students follow a programme of study that builds skills, understanding and knowledge in a wide range of art forms including drawing, developing use of colour, 3d work and looking at existing art from a wide range of sources.
iGCSE covers several different endorsements including: Fine Art, Photography, 3D Sculpture and Graphic Designing. Students will learn to develop Their knowledge of art and design from other cultures or history and relate it to their own ideas. The course is run through Pearson Edxcel and consists of 50% coursework and 50% exam. The exam paper is set in January of Y11 and prep work takes 10 weeks of lesson time and the practical exam runs over 2 school days.
A level covers several different endorsements : Fine art, photography,sculptures and Graphic design. Students will learn to develop their knowledge of art and design from other cultures or history and relate it to their own ideas. The course is run through Pearson Edxcel and consists of 60% coursework, including a 3000 word personal study and 40% exam. The exam paper is set in January of Y13 and prep work takes 10 weeks of lesson time and the practical exam runs over 3 school days.