Art

Teaching and Learning is of a high standard and lessons are tailor-made to meet the needs of all students. Lessons are focussed, and students are engaged. The programme of study offered at Angmering provides a structured range of projects that allow students to explore, experiment and enjoy making art in both two and three dimensions. Personal expression and creative thinking are encouraged from Key Stage Three through to Sixth Form allowing our students to make work that is original and meaningful.

Our Art curriculum journey.

 

Our Art curriculum journey

‘Art, Craft and Design’ is a national curriculum subject taught to all students in Key Stage Three. Projects cover a variety of themes that span time, culture and place.

Practical skills developed during this phase include drawing and painting, print-making, photography, animation and sculpture. There is a kiln in the department, and all students experience working with clay during this phase.  More information can be found here.

Our Art curriculum journey

At Key Stage Four there are a variety of courses that you can study in our new state of the art department. 

GCSE Fine Art
GCSE Art, Craft and Design
GCSE Textiles
GCSE Photography

We get excellent results in the Art department which demonstrates the high quality of teaching and learning that takes place during this phase.  All courses begin with building skills and knowledge in Year 10 to scaffold and encourage confident development of ideas in Year 11.

At Key Stage Five you can continute your studies on the broad Art and Design A Level course.  This course is personalised to meet the needs and interests of each student.  

Digital Photography is another popular A-level choice at Angmering and we have recently moved into new facilities which include a dark room as well as high spec digital computer suite.  

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