**Autumn 2020**

This term we will be following a flexible curriculum to ensure that any learning gaps encountered  due to  lockdown can be covered.

Year 1

Autumn Term

Painting

  • Name all the colours
  • Mix secondary colours, shades and tints
  • Warm and cool colours
  • Describe artwork from abstract painters

 Artists: Mondrian, Rothko, Klee, Pollock

Spring Term

  • Use simple painting program to paint with different colours and brushes, create shapes, fill areas and add text.
  • Use Paint and Purple Mash tools and processes and use them creatively to make own art pieces.
  • Art work for displays

 Artists: Darina Georgieva

 

Summer Term

Textiles

  • Change fabrics; knots, plaits, fraying.
  • Cut and shape fabric – Picasso felt art
  • Make a simple craft product; felt fish
  • Thread a needle
  • Apply decorations; beads, buttons, feathers
  • Weaving techniques; paper & fabric
  • Create/Use dyes for tie dye; berries, coffee
  • Art work for school play

Craft maker:

Tye Dye Mary

Year 2 & 3

Autumn Term

  • Mix secondary colours; shades & tones
  • Make colour wheels.
  • Use different size and types of brush
  • Compare two paintings of LS Lowry.
  • Paint landscape in “LS Lowry colours”
  • Christmas cards and decorations

Artists: Mondrian, Rothko, Klee, Pollock, LS Lowry’s (Victorian Artists – linked to topic)

Spring Term

  • Looking at how digital images can be manipulated
  • Looking at logos for impact
  • Designing logos
  • Art work for displays

Artists: Ruth Kedar, Carolyn Davidson, Rob Janoff

Summer Term

  • Develop skills in stitching; running stitch
  • Yr 3 – Use smaller eyed needles and finer threads
  • Simple appliqué work based on G.Klimt*
  • Paper bag weaving
  • Explore techniques of fabric printing, dying.
  • Make a simple mosaic
  • Design and making a batik with paste resist
  • Art work for school play

Craft maker:

*Gustav Klimt

Year 4

Autumn Term

  • Mix secondary colours; tints and shades
  • Use paint to create different effects and textures; g. washes, blocking in colour, thick paint
  • Work on a range of scales
  • Learn to select colour to reflect mood
  • Study Klee’s “Two Tents” for how feeling and effect is created.
  • Plan and create painting cake/sweet treats in the style of Wayne Thiebaud
  • Christmas cards and decorations

Artists: Paul Klee, Wayne Thiebald

Spring Term

  • Using a computer to draw using shapes
  • Look at digital artists

https://theartofeducation.edu/2019/02/20/10-digital-artists-you-should-know/

  • Using 2simplePhoto to adapt photos
  • Designing comic strips
  • Using 2Animate to create simple animations
  • Looking at fonts, sizing and impact of designs on packaging.

Artists: David Mc Leod, Stephen Mcmennamy, Alberto Seveso, Aiste Stancikaite,

Summer Term

  • Look at textiles; learn about silk
  • Practise basic sewing stitches
  • Plan a sewing design in a sketchbook, execute it, evaluate and modify when necessary.
  • Apply decoration using needle and thread: buttons, sequins.
  • Weaving; paper plate weaving
  • Become confident in applying colour with printing
  • Art work for school play

Craft maker: Gabogrecan

Years 5 & 6

Autumn Term

Identify primary, secondary, complimentary and contrasting colours.

Mix and match colours to create atmosphere/light effects

Create different paint effects using a range of tools and techniques

Carry out preliminary studies to test different media and materials

Create imaginative work from a poem/drawing/piece of music

Christmas cards and decorations

Artists: Paul Klee, Wayne Thiebald

Spring Term

Printing

To create a monotype print.
• To explore different printing outcomes from one starting point
• To develop ability to observe, record and invent through printing.
• To combine backgrounds with monotype images.
• To explore the intaglio printing process
• To explore the process of collograph printing
• To create images using the collograph technique.
• To combine a variety of printing techniques to create an image

Summer Term

  • Experiment creatively with fabrics, threads and beads in response to a visual stimulus.
  • Developing practical skills through controlled stitching with wool.
  • Sewing – European landmarks
  • Use artworks seen to influence their own work. *
  • Art work for school play

*Craft maker: Dave Cole, Lindsay Obermeye, Louise Baldwin