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Welcome to the ART homepage!

I am the Art coordinator and leader at Woodsetts - Anston Brook Primary School Federation

 My main aim is to ensure that our school provides high quality teaching and learning in Art through a wide varity of enjoyable learning experiences.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you wish to discuss how we teach Art or if you can support the children in their learning.

 Thank you,    

Miss Veal

 Watch this space for photographs of the children's artwork!

 

Artists/Craft Makers/Designers School Overview

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Y1

Klee (faces)

Picasso (faces)

Van Gogh ‘Sunflowers’

Cezanne (still life paintings)

Arcimboldo (heads made from fruit & veg)

Unknown artist ‘Great Fire’ painting 1670s

Andy Goldsworthy (environmental art)

Tartan

Jonathan Kenworthy (animal statues)

Y2

Harland and Wolff ‘Titanic’

Gaugin (Tahiti paintings)

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Medieval dress

Degas (dancers paintings)

Giacometti (human form sculptures) Fabergé (eggs)

Gainsborough & Constable (English countryside landscapes)

Heckel (landscapes)

Bayeux Tapestry

Y3

Stone Age rock paintings

Roman architecture, focus on the arch

Van Gogh ‘Self-Portrait’

Leonardo da Vinci ‘Mona Lisa’

Rembrandt ‘Self-Portraits’

Holbein ‘Henry VIII’

Frink (head sculptures)

James Burbage (Globe theatre architect)

Y4

Egyptian art & hieroglyphs

Viking jewellery

Warhol (faces)

Rousseau (animals in rainforest paintings)

Monet ‘Waterlillies’

Turner (seascapes)

Y5

Corina Chirila (space paintings)

Greek architecture Archimedes (pulley)

Hockney (photo collages)

Lowry (scenes from Manchester)

Isambard Kingdom Brunel (bridges)

James Watt (linkages/steam train)

Y6

Huichol yarn art

Hiroshige (volcano paintings)

War posters

Seurat (style)

Signac (style)

Crystal Palace dinosaur sculptures

Delaunay ‘Homage to Bieriot’

 

The National Curriculum - Art

This year as part of the art curriculum all children in KS1 will be learning about great designers, artists and craft makers. In KS2, children will also learn about great designers, artists and architects. This will be taught as part of the children's topics or as stand alone 'mini' topics.  

Click on the link below to view the Department for Educations programmes of study for Art in Key Stage 1 and 2: 

 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/239018/PRIMARY_national_curriculum_-_Art_and_design.pdf

 

Please click on the briefcase below to view the Art Policy at Woodsetts Primary School. briefcase

 

Take a look at our fabulous variety of artwork from a range of different year groups. This artwork has been completed with a range of different medias and are linked to our termly topics. 

 

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Woodsetts Primary School is part of White Woods Primary Academy Trust.  White Woods Primary Academy Trust is an exempt charity regulated by the Secretary of State for Education.  It is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (Company Number 8589470) whose registered office is at Whiston Worrygoose J&I School, Hall Close Avenue, Whiston, Rotherham , S60 4AG.

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