Year 1 - Art and DT are taught with cross curricular links. Children will be exploring the work of the artists, Andy Warhol and Kadinsky. They will using their design technology skills to create monster sculptures and castles.
Year 2 – Children will undertake art units on drawing, printing, sculpture, painting, textiles and collage. In DT they will make vehicles and puppets. Throughout these lessons they will use a range of materials creatively, use a range of techniques and learn about different artists and designers, comparing their work to their own.
Year 3 - In art children develop their skills in collage, painting, drawing, textiles, printing and sculpture. Where possible art is linked with topics areas.
In Class 3 DT areas covered are, Shadow Puppets, Healthy Lunches and product design.
Year 4 - Children in year 4 will be learning sewing techniques using textiles to create a money container, designing their own pop-up book, building circuits to make torches and alarms and painting, printing and sculpture These topics will be linking in with our science and geography/history topics.
Year 5 - In Art, Year 5 learn about print and textiles, looking. They improve their mastery of art and design techniques, including drawing, painting, collage and sculpture with a range of materials. In D&T, Year 5 work through the design and make process to make Victorian toys, biscuits and gliders.
Year 6 - The children develop skills in textiles, painting, collage, printing, sculpture and drawing, using a variety of different media and exploring the art of different cultures and great artists and designers. They will look at Maya Houses and Weaving, and explore the work of the sculpture Henry Moore.