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Key Stage 1

Lilleshall Primary School – Progression in Art and Design KS1

 

End Point

  • to use a range of materials creatively to design and make products
  • to use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share their ideas, experiences and imagination
  • to develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space
  • about the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers, describing the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines, and making links to their own work

  

Key Stage 1

Strand

Year 1

Year 2

Using techniques to create effect

 

Drawing

  • Record and explore ideas from first observation using drawing pencils. Ensuring pupils look closely and make relevant observations of shape and relationships.
  • Ask and answer questions about the starting point for their work.
  • Explore the use of a range of media; pencils, crayons, charcoal etc. exploring the use of line and shape with some dexterity and control.
  • Record and explore ideas from first observation using drawing pencils. Ensuring pupils look closely and make relevant observations developing knowledge of ratio and proportion.
  • Ask and answer questions about the starting point for their work linked the end product.
  • Refine their use of a range of media; pencils, crayons, etc to ensure the desired effect is created.

Painting

  • Develop their knowledge colour mixing identifying primary and secondary colours.
  • Establish how to use watercolours and the related equipment effectively.
  • Use different types of brushes for specific purposes developing control and application.
  • Complete observational drawings that are then completed as watercolours.

 

  • Choose from a range of brush sizes and use appropriately.
  • Develop the skills required to complete watercolours refining and developing techniques.
  • Confidently identify primary and secondary colours and develop their knowledge of colour mixing.
  • Can mix and apply colour tor purposes to represent real life.

 

 

Sculpture

  • Explore sculpture experimenting with constructing and joining recycled and natural materials.
  • Explore shape and form.
  • To create collage using a range of materials understanding the developing an awareness of the different textures created.
  • Developing sculptures from found materials applying their knowledge of textures and developing joining skills.
  • Using Modroc or paper mâché to develop sculptures linked to themes or artists, crafts makers and designers studied.

 

Artists, Craft Makers and Designers

To know about the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers, describing the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines, and making links to their own work.

  • Can respond to sculptures and craft artists to help them adapt and make their own work.
  • Can look at and describe what they see, think and feel when looking at the work of an artist, craft maker or designer.

 

  • Can look at and describe what they see, think and feel when looking at the work of an artist, craft maker or designer.
  • Can suggest reasons for the artist’s intention or meaning of the work.
  • Can use the work of an artist, craft maker or designer to improve their own.

 

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