The projects covered in Key Stage Two are designed to develop pupils’ initial artistic skills. Ensuring that they are familiar with the main visual elements early on enhances their learning as they progress through the school.
- Everyday Objects
- Animals and Insects
- Natural Form
- Colour Mixing
- Portraits and Proportion
- Fashion and Figures
The projects offered in Key Stage Three allow pupils to be more experimental with their own, personal responses. They use their knowledge from their Key Stage Two lessons to approach tasks with more confidence and skill.
- Pop Art and Packaging
- Three Dimensional
- Drawing Styles
- Aboriginal Art
- Mixed Media
- Peace Project
- Cultural Awareness
- Buildings and Structures
- Art of India
- Mixed Media
- Fairy Tales and Fiction
- Mixed Media
School Uniform and Footwear
We are aware that over the coming weeks you will be replacing your child’s school uniform and footwear. With many shops now retaling unacceptable or inappropriate garments in their ‘schoolwear’ ranges, we would like to take the opportunity to clarify with you what is, and is not, acceptable. ...
Snapchat Bitmoji GPS Tracking
Snapchat has just had a huge update. It now shows where any of the user's (your child's) friends are at any time. It uses GPS to precisely pinpoint on a map where the users are, even changing to a car when they move quickly. Your child and other users are depicted by a Bitmoji. Once you get onto ...
Supporting Children Following Acts of Terror
Following the dreadful events in Manchester this week, it is understandable that our children will have questions about such attacks. Here are some websites offering support for parents when speaking to our children. https://www.safeguardinginschools.co.uk/supporting-school-children-terrorist-...
Please be alert for signs of your children using the social media app Sayat.me. This app allows users to post anonymous reviews of other people. This has led to children posting abuse to others that is visble to the world. If you see your child using this app please talk about what abuse that...
Blue Whale Challenge Craze Warning
Please be alert for signs of your children playing the 'Blue Whale Challenge Game' on social media sites. The game is named Blue Whale Challenge as whales are believed to voluntary wash up on the beach and die. The craze started in Russia and is linked to 130 young suicides there last year. This ...
Parents Evenings Booking Form
Visit this link to access our parents evening booking system. https://christchurch.parentseveningsystem.co.uk/ ...
Home Access Logging On
Help support when logging on to the school system from home. Click here to go to the help page. ...
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