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Art & Design curriculum resources
3D Food Art Project
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3D Food Art Project

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Claes Oldenburg Inspired 3d food art. This resource provides students with a thoughtful purpose looking at a variety of different food art options to be made from a cardboard base and mod roc application. Attached is the step by step differentiated construction guides for all 5 listed ideas in the powerpoint.
Careers in Art
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Careers in Art

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This resource introduces students to a variety of different creative careers centered around a comic strip task. Pupils explore the role of an illustrator, graphic designer, art director and animator and discover the importance of each position just to create one outcome. Students enjoyed the task were informed about the different creative roles in industry
Graphics Introduction - Perspective Drawing
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Graphics Introduction - Perspective Drawing

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A perfect PowerPoint resource (and follow-along worksheet) to aid students with the basic drawing skills of graphic design. The pack includes an interactive PowerPoint resource and worksheet looking at 1 point and 2 point perspective as well as isometric drawing.
AQA Marking Matrix
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AQA Marking Matrix

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After a lot of research and networking around this issue as well as attending the latest AQA CPD on Assessment. I have devised a marking matrix which will help you to assess students against the latest 9-1 grade boundaries. Due to OFQUAL not releasing any grade boundaries, this is only a guide summarised by converting last years grade boundaries against the old letter grade systems and analysing it against the new assessment criteria and marking format.
ABA Mark Making Bugs
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ABA Mark Making Bugs

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This resource allows students to develop skills in intricate design and symmetry. Pupils become engrossed in the 'zentangle' patterns and learning to apply them to the template to define bug features through contrast.
Islamic Art  Asian Elephants
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Islamic Art Asian Elephants

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This resource is a fun packed activity for students of KS3 which looks at the importance of Asian elephants in Islamic culture. Students have an opportunity to work with traditioanl islamic patterns and apply in the style of the examplars to an elephant template. Students may apply colour to their design to reflect the tradtional colours used in Islamic culture. The resource contains a word document.
Optical Art Cube
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Optical Art Cube

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A fun and creative scheme of work looking lesson by lesson at diffierent optical illusions. The powerpoint looks at many different forms of optical art and provides students with a step by step guide on each activity.
Tim Burton Character Design
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Tim Burton Character Design

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A perfect resource for a one off lesson looking at Tim Burton and his distinct illustration style. The powerpoint introduces Burton and then looks at character design through manipulated Pokemon. The task includes visual objectives and a demonstration using pen and wash technique.
Employability Skills KS4
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Employability Skills KS4

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An interactive powerpoint looking at the skills required for employment. The resource includes many different tasks to get students thinking.
Designing a Maori Ta Moko
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Designing a Maori Ta Moko

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An introduction into the culture and traditions of Maori and Ta Moko. The powerpoint is relevant and contemporary and demonstrates the process of how to design and draw a Ta Moko.
Maori Ta Moko Design
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Maori Ta Moko Design

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Pupils will be able to broaden their knowledge and experiment with a variety of different Ta Moko symbols through a drawing starter task. The main activity requires students to apply Ta Moko designs to a face template in a traditional Maori style.
GCSE Art and Design - Peer Marking/ Critique
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GCSE Art and Design - Peer Marking/ Critique

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This resource provides a structured guide on how pupils can assess the work of others and encourage reflection upon their own work. There is also a short powerpoint to accompany the worksheet to ensure students know what they should 'critique' about the work.