Our aim at Holy Trinity Primary School is to enable pupils to become creative and reflective learners who are able to express themselves fluently and confidently in a variety of different ways. Within the curriculum, Art will clearly contribute towards this, enabling pupils to respond thoughtfully to different learning and stimuli. Our artists should be able to develop their cultural understanding in a range of contexts, Art being one of them. We also want our pupils to understand that the perseverance and attentiveness needed to complete an Art and Design project leads to personal pride and gratification.
Art intent, implementation and impact statement
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At Holy Trinity, we aim to provide children with the basic skills they need to create a wide range of art work and build upon these skills as they progress through school in areas such as drawing, painting, sculpture and designing too. We assess children's progress and where they need to go next using our Progression of Skills map:
Year 1 - Portrait frames
Year 2 - Stephen Brown shaded island animals and treasure maps
Year 4 - Papyrus making for their topic of Egyptians
Year 6 - African art in the style of Martin Bulyani