Art & Design

Through our curriculum, we aim to provide pupils with a breadth of activities that develop their knowledge and skills in art, craft and design.  We believe that as well as providing opportunities for children to express their creativity, art develops understanding of the culture and history of our nation, and allows them to explore and compare the significance of art in other countries. 

Our curriculum offers a range of tactile and experimental learning opportunities for pupils, allowing them to develop skills, becoming proficient across a range of media: painting, drawing, sculpting, as well as other art and craft techniques.  Children are given the opportunity to create their own art work, evaluating their skills and techniques, to produce high quality pieces of work.  They are also given the opportunity to study great artists, learning to understand, evaluate and appreciate different styles of work from different periods in time, which they then use to inform their own practice.  

For details about specific year group coverage, see the curriculum map for each year group, found on the class pages of our website.

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Remote Learning

14 Jan 2021

Remote education provision: information for parents This information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to pupils and parents or carers about what to expect from remote education if local restrictions require entire classes (or …more

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Parent Questionnaire

2 Dec 2020

As part of our commitment to continual improvement, we are keen to take feedback from parents and carers to help us develop the school in all areas. We would appreciate it if you would take the time to complete this questionnaire and return it to …more

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Medical Information

27 Feb 2020

Infection Control We understand when children are together, the risk of spreading infectious diseases exists and that we have a duty to promote the good health and well-being of all of our children, to take necessary steps to prevent the spread of …more

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