Art & Design Vision
Art is so much more than just drawing pictures! It gives children opportunities to develop their creativity, critical thinking and learn skills that can be applied in all areas of their learning. There is no such thing as a wrong answer in art and this empowers children to have an amazing freedom to create, use their imagination and be successful.
How we learn Art
At Hujjat Primary School we think carefully about the artists that we use and choose a range that represent our school and community. Our local community’s artists have created and designed an inviting front reception to greet children, parents, visitors and staff, as well as our school’s prayer room. Children enjoy art using a range of medium and by inspiration of the artists they learn about
How we deliver the Curriculum
We follow the Early Years Framework and National Curriculum for Art and Design and as a school, we developed our own progression of skills so that the children are constantly developing and improving their techniques. Right from the start in the Early Years, our children are given the opportunity to experiment with tools and materials to express their ideas. Time is spent developing their gross and fine motor skills which provides them with the foundations for their artistic development throughout the school. Children learn different techniques such as painting, drawing, sculpture, printing, collage, textiles and digital art. Usually, we would pick a technique and children will spend time improving their skills in this area in order to create a final piece. All techniques are taught in relation to high quality and relevant artists. Children’s work is celebrated through exhibitions, curriculum evenings and is displayed around the school.
In His Name, the Most High
Hujjat School Trust, trading as Hujjat Primary School, is a charitable company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales.
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