This resource is ideal to help you get your head around the new 9-1 grading system as well as a simplified rewording of the assessment and marking grid. Ideal for all staff and to help students to understand their attainment and progress in a more pupil friendly way.
Pupils of KS3 will be able to use the grid to create inspirational Mandala designs whilst considering the formal elements of art. She resource caters for those of all abilities with guided starting points and examples.
A completely adaptable resource to support the new Ofsted framework. This template can be changed along with all the icons and text to suit your department and SOW. The attached document is based on my own year 7 - 13 curriculum.
Why is this useful?
Demonstrates clear connections to the national curriculum
Shows a clear link between KS3/ KS4 & KS5 SOW
Promotes ‘the big picture’
Pupil friendly/parent friendly
Used alongside curriculum planning and SOW as an overview
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.
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.
A resource to support students who are selecting an independent project. This powerpoint introduces sub categories centered around the theme of 'Altered Nature'. The guide inspires pupils with interesting and exciting artists and has worked successfully in 2 departments who have needed a revamp in pupil interest. I have used this SOW as the main coursework project (unit 1 60%) for GCSE Art.
A booklet to support pro longed practical activities. Contains a ‘do it now’ task or starter as well as a lesson by lesson progress log and self/ peer and teacher assessment.
Completely adaptable to suit as well as PDF version attached
Also includes a supporting PP
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.
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.
A range of drawing techniques which explain the technique, application and history behind each method.
Great for one off lessons, a mini unit of work, the recording element of GCSE, AO3 or just an introduction to drawing styles.
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.
A wide range of different art activities that allow for student to select and lead independent learning
Activity types vary to allow for all students to complete regardless of their accessibility to resources