Art


  TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3
YEAR 7

FORMAL ELEMENTS

LINE AND TONE

PORTRAITS

FORMAL ELEMENTS

COLOUR / PATTERN

GUSTAV KLIMT

FORMAL ELEMENTS

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

FINAL STUDIES

ART TEXTILES

ART TEXTILES

ART TEXTILES

YEAR 8

FORMAL ELEMENTS

GAUDI PROJECT RESEARCH/SKILLS

FORMAL ELEMENTS

GAUDI FINAL PIECE

ROTATION

ROTATION

ROTATION

ROTATION

YEAR 9

FORMAL ELEMENTS

PACKAGING PROJECT

OBSERVATION DRAWING

FORMAL ELEMENTS

POP ART/PRINTING

FINAL STUDY

FORMAL ELEMENTS

WORK IDENTITY

CRITICAL STUDIES AO1

N/A

WORK IDENTITY

CRITICAL STUDIES AO1

N/A

WORK IDENTITY

CRITICAL STUDIES AO1

N/A

WORK IDENTITY

CRITICAL STUDIES AO1

YEAR 10

ANCIENT ART

MEDIEVAL ART

MEDIEVAL ART

INDUSTRIAL ART

INDUSTRIAL ART

CONTEMPORY ART

PORTRIATS

PUPIL PROJECT

LANSCAPES

PUPIL PROJECT

STILL LIFE

PUPIL PROJECT

YEAR 11

MOCK EXAM PREPARATION

ART GCSE UNIT 2

MOCK EXAM CONTROLLED

CONTROLLED TEST UNIT 2

UNIT 2 FINAL EXAM PREPARATION

UNIT 2 FINAL EXAM CONTROLLED TEST

ART COURSE INTERVIEWS

FINALISING FOLDERS

 

 Subject details

What qualification will I get?

GCSE Art and Design (Fine Art)

How will I be assessed?

Pupils in Year 7 to 8 follow the Art National Curriculum.  At the end of Year 8 pupils can take an option choice and follow the AQA GCSE Art and design course.  This effectively gives them 3 years to complete the course.  This course will then continue into Year 10 and Year 11.

What can this course lead to?

The Art GCSE qualification enables pupils to progress onto any arts based course in higher education.

Any career/vocation that has a creative side will all expect some form of arts qualification. Here are a few examples:

  • Animator
  • Ceramics designer
  • Community arts worker
  • Exhibition designer
  • Fashion designer
  • Fine artist
  • Furniture conservator/restorer
  • Furniture designer
  • Glass blower/designer
  • Graphic designer
  • Illustrator
  • Industrial/product designer
  • Interior and spatial designer
  • Jewellery designer
  • Make-up artist
  • Medical illustrator
  • Museum/gallery conservator
  • Photographer
  • Press photographer
  • Printmaker
  • Production designer, theatre/television/film
  • Textile designer
  • Web designer

These are just a few. Why not check these websites out for more information on careers in the arts.

www.artscouncil.org.uk

www.ccskills.org.uk

http://www.prospects.ac.uk/types_of_jobs_creative_arts_and_design.htm