Art at All Saints!
Art manager – Mrs Reynolds & Mrs Russon
How is art taught at All Saints?
At All Saints, foundation subjects are taught through termly themes. As art is a foundation subject, it is linked to and taught through the theme for that term, or at least every other term. These projects are linked to our new Cornerstones topics, allowing a deeper learning potential.
How will art be developed this year?
At All Saints, all children are encouraged to be as creative and artistic as possible. This will be further developed this year by:
- Providing the children with a rich, updated curriculum through the Cornerstones platform provision.
- Providing the children with extra-curricular opportunities if and when restrictions allow.
- Providing the opportunity, if possible and there are no Covid restrictions, for children to take part in a whole school art challenge later in the year.
- Providing children with more opportunities to write during art lessons (evaluating their own work or the work of others).
Challenge is part of every lesson at All Saints, including art lessons. Children are also encouraged to take part in curriculum challenges which very often require children to use their artistic talents!
Encouraging your child to be artistic at home will help them to develop their imagination and creativity which will, in turn, help them in all areas of the curriculum. Not only this, but children enjoy art and love being able to express themselves artistically. This could be painting, drawing, cutting, sticking or using chalks or pastels. A google search of ‘craft activities for children’ will bring up lots of great ideas!
If you would like any more information about Art, please email the school office or ask to speak to Mrs Reynolds or Mrs Russon.