Holy Cross is a Catholic High School established by the Catholic Community of the Chorley Deanery.
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Here at Holy Cross we have an extensive curriculum which is built around key stage 3 and key stage 4.
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One very large specialist Art room with digital white board. Fully operational kiln room for ceramic firing.
All work is marked according to National Curriculum guidelines and is awarded a grade (from 1-9) Verbal and written feedback is on-going throughout each project – key stage 3. – 8 weeks on a carousel. Key stage 4 – two year course written assessments and reports are on-going throughout the two years. Homework is a must to enhance the work achieved in class for both key stages.
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Pupils will take a baseline assessment covering the formal elements of Art and Design for the first two lessons in order to set their target level.
All work is based on the artist Guiseppe Arcimboldo.
Pupils will be designing a 2D portrait working in the style of the artist’s painting.
Pupils will be marked on the following criteria;
EFFORT & ATTAINMENT LEVELS 1 – 9 for all key stage 3 pupils Research, presentation, colour, imagination, connections and understanding, primary/secondary studies using a variety of mixed materials, annotations, experimentation, initial designs, final design, evaluation.
Pupils work will be based on the artist Henri Rousseau.
A band pupils will be creating a cake based on the jungle using a variety of materials showing connections and understanding to the artist’s work
B band pupils will be designing a mask again using a mixture of materials for their final outcome.
Final outcomes to design two plate ideas based on the Pop artist’s work and their own Identity refine and then produce a final design showing connections and understanding.
Various competitions are held. Here is the 2016 winner:
Examination Board – AQA years 10/11
Specification and Assessment:
Art as a subject offers a different type of learning and skills to pupils. It can give more academic pupils a break from subjects who rely heavily on remembering facts and it is essential to many careers. With new advances in technology, creative skills can be useful in TV and media, animation, advertising, game design, engineering, architecture, hairdressing, clothes design and many more.
All GCSE WORK WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE END OF THE COURSE AND INVITIATIONS WILL BE SENT OUT FOR ALL PARENTS/GUARDIANS TO ATTEND AND CELEBRATE THE SUCCESSES OF THEIR CHILDREN
Further information is available from Mrs Whittle
A celebration of Year 11’s creative talents for GCSE Art & Design.
After school classes are run on Tuesday– Wednesday 3.20 – 4.20.
www.artchive.com All topicswww.artyfactory.com All topics www.henrirousseau.org Natural Environment www.tate.org.uk Tate Gallery www.npg.org.uk National Portrait gallery www.warhol.org Pop Art http://teeshamoore.com/
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