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Carlton Junior And Infant School

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ART 

 

 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Using Materials

Know how to cut and coil materials

Know how to use IT to create a picture`

Know how to create a printed piece of art by pressing, rolling, rubbing and stamping

Know how to make a clay pot and know how to join two clay finger pots together

Know how to use different effects within an IT paint package

 

 

 

 

Drawing

Know how to show how people feel in paintings and drawings.

Know how to use pencils to create lines of different thickness in drawings.

Choose and use three different grades of pencil when drawing

Know how to use charcoal, pencil and pastel to create art

Know how to use a viewfinder to focus on a specific part of an artefact before drawing it

 

 

 

 

Using colour, pattern, texture, line, form, space and shape

Know how to create moods in art work

Know the names of the primary and secondary colours.

Know how to create a repeating pattern in print

Know how to mix paint to create all the secondary colours

Know how to create brown with paint

Know how to create tints with paint by adding white and know how to create tones by adding black

 

 

 

 

Range of artists

describe what can be seen and give an opinion about the work of an artist

ask questions about a piece of art

suggest how artists have used colour, pattern and shape

know how to create a piece of art in response to the work of another artist

 

 

 

 

Using sketchbooks

 

 

Know how to use sketches to produce a final piece of Art

Know how to use digital images and combine with other media.

Know how to use IT to create art which includes their own work and that of others.

Know how to integrate digital images into artwork

Use sketchbooks to help create facial expressions

Use sketchbooks to experiment with different texture

Use photographs to help create reflections.

Experiment by using marks and lines to produce texture.

Experiment with shading to create mode and feeling

Experiment with media to create emotion in art.

Know how to use images created, scanned and found; altering them where necessary to create art.

Explain why different tools have been used to create art.

Explain why chosen specific techniques have been used

Know how to use feedback to make amendments and improvement to art.

Know how to use a range of e-resources to create art.

 

Drawing, painting and sculpture

 

 

Know how to show facial expressions in Art.

Know how to use different grades of pencil to shade and to show different tones and textures.

Know how to create a background using a wash.

Know how to use a range of brushes to create different effects in painting

Know how to show facial expressions and body language in sketches and paintings.

Know how to use marks and lines to show texture in art.

Know how to use line, tone, shape and colour to represent figures and forms in movement and know how to show reflections.

Know how to print onto different materials using at least four colours.

Know how to sculpt clay and other mouldable materials.

Know how to use shading to create mode and feeling

Know how to organise line, tone, shape and colour to represent figures and forms in movement.

Know how to express emotion art.

Know how to create an accurate print design following given criteria.

Know how to overprint to create different patterns

Know which media to use to create maximum impact.

Use a full range of pencils, charcoal or pastels when creating a piece of observational art.

Study of great artists

 

 

Know how to identify the techniques used by different artists

Know how to compare the work of different artists.

Recognise when art is from different cultures.

Recognise when art is from historical periods

Experiment with the styles used by other artists.

Explain some of the features of art from historical periods.

Know how different artists developed their specific techniques. 

Research the work of an artist and use their work to replicate a style.

Explain the style of art used and how it has been influenced by a famous artist.

Understand what a specific artist is trying to achieve in any given situation

Understand why art can be very abstract and what message the artist is trying to convey.

THREAD: Drawing (Ongoing)

Year

Key Skills

Vocab

 

EYFS

·         Begin to use a variety of drawing tools – e.g. finger, stick, pencil, coloured pencils, pastels, chalk.

·         Use drawings to tell a story from retelling or from imagination.

·         Investigate different lines - thick, thin, wavy, straight.

·         Ensure sensitivity and visual awareness.

·         Make simple representations of objects familiar to them eg. my house, my cat, my family.

 

Encourage accurate drawings of people that include all the visible parts of the body. (head, hands, fingers, where are they?)

·         Mark make

·         Drawing

·         Thick

·         Thin

·         Wavy

·         Straight

 

 

Y1

·         Experiment with a variety of drawing media. Use thick felt tip pens/chalks/charcoal/wax crayon.

·         Control the types of marks made. Begin to control lines to create simple drawings.

·         Colour within the line.

·         Draw on different surfaces with a range of media.

·         Observe and draw shapes from observations.

·         Begin to investigate tone by drawing light/dark lines.

·         Make rubbing to collect textures and pattern.  

 

Ensure sensitivity and visual awareness. Observe anatomy - encourage accurate drawing of people. Sketch objects in both the natural and man-made world.

·         Portrait

·         Self-portrait

·         Artist

·         Mark making

·         Line

·         Sketch

·         Reflection

 

Y2

·         Experiment with a variety of drawing media. Use thick felt tip pens/chalks/charcoal/wax crayon.

·         Control the types of marks made. Continue to add detail to picture and begin to use side of pencil to add shading to detail.

·         Draw on different surfaces with a range of media.

·         Observe and draw shapes from observations.

·         Investigate tone by drawing light/dark lines. Look at drawings and comment thoughtfully, begin to discuss use of shadows, use of light and dark.

·         Make rubbing to collect textures and pattern.  

Ensure sensitivity and visual awareness. Observe anatomy - encourage accurate drawing of people. Sketch objects in both the natural and man-made world.

·         Portrait,

·         Self-portrait,

·         Artist

·         Line,

·         Sketch

·         Control,

·         Shade,

·         Position

·         Shape

·         Light/dark lines

 

Y3

·         Experiment with different media and ways in which surface detail can be added to drawings.

·         Draw both the positive and negative shapes i.e draw both the outline of the object and the shapes it creates within it.

·         Experiment with different grades of pencil (2B-HB) and other implements to create lines, marks, tone and texture.

·         Begin to show an awareness of objects having a third dimension. Build on skills of tonal shading in their drawing.

·         Apply tone in a drawing in a simple way.

·         Create textures with a wide range of drawing implements.

 

Encourage close observation of objects in both the natural and man-made world. Encourage more accurate drawings of people.

·         Texture,

·         Shading,

·         Value

·         Observe/ Observational drawing

·         Realistic/Three dimensional

·         Shape

·         Shadow

 

Y4

·         Experiment with ways in which surface detail can be added to drawings using various media.

·         Draw both the positive and negative shapes i.e draw both the outline of the object and the shapes it creates within it. Introduce the concepts of scale and proportion.

·         Draw for a sustained period of time at an appropriate level.

·         Experiment with different grades of pencil and other implements to create lines, marks and different forms and shapes.

·         Begin to show an awareness of objects having a third dimension. Identify and draw the effect of light (shadows) on a surface, on objects and people.

·         Apply tone in a drawing in different ways.

·         Create textures with a wide range of drawing implements and apply a simple use of pattern and texture in drawing.

 

Encourage more accurate drawings of whole people, building on their work on facial features to include proportion, placement and shape of body.

·         Shadow

·         Three dimensional

·         Emphasis

·         Form

·         Texture

·         Observe/ Observational

·         Value

·         Tonal Range

 

Y5

·         Use a range of mediums on a range of backgrounds

·         Work from a variety of sources including first hand observation, photographs and digital images.

·         Work in a sustained and independent way to create detailed drawings

·         Use dry media to make different marks, lines, patterns and shapes within drawing.

·         Experiment with wet media to make different marks, lines, patterns, textures and shapes

·         Begin to use simple perspective in their work using a single focal point and horizon.

·         Use shading to create mood and texture. These to include cross hatching, pointillism, sidestrokes, use of rubber to draw/highlight

·         Evaluate and analyse creative works.

 

·         Cast shadow

·         Hatching

·         Cross hatching

·         Highlight

·         Tonal range

·         Symmetry

·         Mood/atmosphere 

·         Pointillism

·         Focal point

·         Horizon.

·         Evaluate

 

Y6

·         Independently selects materials and techniques to use to create a specific outcome.

·         Work from a variety of sources including observation, photographs and digital images. Develop close observation skills.

·         Work in a more sustained and independent way.

·         Draw with precision using different gradient pencils or other mediums for effect. Show shape, proportion and perspective in drawings and artwork.

·         Start to develop their own style using tonal contrast and mixed media

·         Produce increasingly detailed preparatory sketches for painting and other work.

·         Use a variety of techniques to show the effect of light on objects and people e.g. use rubbers to lighten, use pencil to show tone, use tones of the same colour and techniques such as hatching in their work.

·         Develop the use of simple perspective in their work. Begin to develop an awareness of composition, scale and proportion in their work e.g. Foreground / background

·         Evaluate and analyse creative works.

 

 

·         Reflected light

·         Cast shadow

·         Hatching

·         Cross hatching

·         Highlight

·         Tonal range

·         Symmetry

·         Mood/atmosphere 

·         Contrast

·         Perspective

·         Composition

·         Evaluate

 

THREAD: Printing

Year

Key Skills

Vocabulary

EYFS

·         Make rubbings showing a range of textures and patterns.

·         Print with block colours.

·         Print with a variety of objects.

·         Imprint onto a range of textures – newspaper, coloured paper, clay etc.

Printing

Rubbing

Imprint

 

Y1

·         Experiment with marbling, investigating how ink flows and changes with movement.

·         Print with a range of hard and soft materials e.g corks and sponge

·         Roll inks/paints over found objects to create patterns.

 

Marbling

Printing

Ink

Pattern

Roll

Flow

change

Y2

·         Create a repeated pattern in print

·         Identify the different forms printing takes e.g. books, pictures, wallpapers fabrics

·         Create a printed piece of art by pressing, rolling, rubbing and stamping.

Repeated pattern

Form

Pressing

Rolling

Rubbing

Stamping

 

Y3

·         Create printing blocks using a relief or impressed method.

·         Use sketch books to record ideas and patterns.

·         Explore colour mixing through overlapping two colour prints deliberately.

Printing block

Relief

Impressed

overlapping

Y4

·         Use sketch books to record ideas and patterns.

·         Create printing blocks using card, string and polystyrene.

·         Modify and adapt print as work progresses

Record

Modify

Adapt

 

Y5

·         Use sketch books to record ideas and patterns.

·         Design and create prints for fabrics, book covers and wallpaper.

·         Makes connections between own work and patterns in their local environment e.g. curtains and wallpaper.

Design

Evaluate

 

Y6

·         Use sketch books to record ideas and patterns.

·         Explore printing techniques used by various artists.

·         Work into prints with a range of media, including pens, coloured pencils and paint.

Techniques

Media

 

 

 

THREAD: Sculpture

Year

Key Skills

Vocabulary

EYFS

·         Enjoy using a variety of malleable media such as clay, papier mache, salt dough. 

·         Impress and apply simple decoration.

·         Cut shapes using scissors and other modelling tools.

·         Build a construction/ sculpture using a variety of objects e.g. recycled, natural and manmade materials.

·         Look and talk about what they have produced, describing simple techniques and media used.

Press

Roll

Cut

Shape

Clay/plasticine/dough

Build/make/construct

Scissors/tools

Glue/fix/stick

Smooth/bumpy

 

Y1

·         Continue to manipulate malleable materials in a variety of ways including rolling, pinching and kneading.

·         Impress and apply simple decoration techniques: impressed, painted, applied.

·         Use tools and equipment safely and in the correct way.

·         Explore the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers.

·         Look at and talk about own work and that of other artists and the techniques they had used.

 

As above

Papier mache/Modroc

Pinching/kneading

Decoration/pattern

Artist/designer

 

 

 

 

Y2

·         Shape, form, construct and model from observation and imagination.

·         Use a sketchbook to plan and develop simple ideas and making simple informed choices in media.

·         Demonstrate experience in surface patterns/ textures and use them when appropriate.

·         Explore carving as a form of 3D art.

·         Explore the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers.

·         Identify changes they might make or how their work could be developed further.

 

As above

Model/form

Sketch/plan

Texture/surface pattern

Carving

Three dimensional

Improve/develop

 

Y3

·         Learn to secure work to continue at a later date.

·         Join two parts successfully.

·         Use a sketchbook to plan, collect and develop ideas.

·         Produce more intricate surface patterns/ textures and use them when appropriate.

·         Produce larger ware using pinch/ slab/ coil techniques.

·         Continue to explore carving as a form of 3D art.

·         Use language appropriate to skill and technique.

·         Continue to explore the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers.

 

As above

Join/blend/match

Pinch/slab/coil

Carve/scrape/gouge

Subtractive vs additive sculpture

 

Y4

·         Make a slip to join two pieces of clay.

·         Decorate, coil, and produce maquettes confidently when necessary. 

·         Model over an armature: eg. newspaper frame for Modroc.

·         Use recycled, natural and manā€made materials to create sculptures.  

·         Use sketchbooks to collect and record visual information from different sources as well as planning, trying out ideas, plan colours and collect source material for future works. 

 

·         Adapt work as and when necessary and explain why.

·         Gain more confidence in carving as a form of 3D art.

·         Use language appropriate to skill and technique.

·         Demonstrate awareness in environmental sculpture and found object art.

·         Discuss and review own and others work, expressing thoughts and feelings, and identify modifications/ changes and see how they can be developed further.

·         Continue to explore a range of great artists, architects and designers in history.

 

As above

Slip/scoring

Maquette/miniature

Frame/armature/support

Mesh/net

Natural vs manmade

Recycled/reclaimed

Environmental sculpture

Found object art

Modify/adapt

Architect/architecture

Classical/modern

Y5

·         As above

·         Show experience in combining pinch, slabbing and coiling to produce end pieces.

·         Develop understanding of different ways of finishing work: glaze, paint, polish.

·         Confidently carve a simple form.

·         Compare the style of different styles and approaches: eg. Moore vs Aztec sculpture.

 

As above

Glaze/firing/coats/finish

Statue/bust/kouros

Compare/contrast

 

Y6

·         As above

·         Work around armatures or over constructed foundations.

·         Demonstrate experience in relief and freestanding work using a range of media.

·         Recognise sculptural forms in the environment: Furniture, buildings.

 

As above

Base/foundation

Relief/frieze/freestanding

Plinth

Mould/cast

Pillar/column/buttress

 

 

 

Thread: Collage/multi media

 

(collage, weaving, threads, fabrics, surfaces, wood and clay)

Year:

Key Skills:

Vocabulary

EYFS

·         Handling, manipulating and enjoying using various materials

·         Create simple collages using paper, pasta, beans and larger tactile things

·         Able to select, sort, tear and glue items down to create an image

·         Use simple techniques appropriately

·         Experiment to create different textures using appropriate equipment

·         Manipulate

·         Select

·         Sort

·         Tear

·         Experiment

·         Texture

·         Equipment

Y1

·         Build on previous knowledge of materials to create collages, using some smaller items

·         Arrange and glue materials to different backgrounds

·         Discuss how textiles can create household items eg curtains, clothing and decoration

·         Simple paper and/or material weaving using a card loom

·         Mix colours and paint strips of paper to weave with, also adding objects such as buttons, twigs, dried flowers

·         Arrange

·         Textiles

·         Weaving

·         Mix

·         Colour

·         Objects

Y2

·         Build on experiences in Y1

·         Develop skills of overlapping and overlaying to create effect

·         Arrange and glue materials to different backgrounds

·         Fold, crumple, tear and overlap materials to create pictures

·         Group fabrics and threads by colour and texture

·         Use various collage materials to create a picture

·         Use large eyed needles to stitch

·         Simple applique work attaching material shapes to fabric with running stitches

·         Begin to explore other stitches such as back stitch and cross stitch

·         Overlapping

·         Overlaying

·         Arrange

·         Background

·         Foreground

·         Fold

·         Crumple

·         Tear

·         Group

·         Fabrics

·         Thread

·         Stitch

·         Applique

·         Running stitch

·         Back stitch

·         Cross stitch

·          

Y3

·         Children can now cut accurately and without any assistance

·         Experiment using different colours and textures and combining these to create an image

·         Use repeated patterns within collages

·         Explore using paper mosaic

·         Use smaller eyed needles and thinner thread to create a range of stitches

·         Use colour to express an idea in weaving, such as the weather, seasons, moods or to create a specific picture

·         Explore the effects of tie dying

·         Use digital images and ICT to create collages

·         Cut

·         Colours

·         Textures

·         Combine

·         Repeated pattern

·         Paper mosaic

·         Small eyed needles

·         Thread

·         Tie dying

·         Digital

Y4

·         Experiment with a range of collage techniques such as tearing, overlapping, and layering to create images and represent different texture

·         Use collage as a means of collecting ideas and information to build a visual vocabulary

·         Integrate digital art work and images into collages

 

·         Tearing

·         Overlapping

·         Layering

·         Represent

·         Texture

·         Collect

·         Visual

·         Digital

Y5

·         Use montage to create abstract art work including digital forms eg magazine images

·         Explore using wire and plaster to create collages that take on a 3D form

·         Experiment with techniques and colours that create a contrasting texture such as light and dark, rough and smooth, plain and patterned

·         Interpret stories, poems, songs and other stimuli through a range of texture, colour and digital form

·         Montage

·         Abstract

·         Digital

·         Wire

·         Plaster

·         Mould

·         3D

·         Experiment

·         Contrast

·         Light

·         Dark

·         Rough

·         Smooth

·         Plain

·         Patterned

·         Interpret

·         Digital

Y6

·         Experiment moulding clay and other mouldable items eg wire

·         Create models on various different scales

·         Use a range of resources to create art pieces

·         Develop ability to embellish, using applique, stitching, drawing, sticking, cutting, paint, weaving and layering

·         Apply knowledge of various techniques to express feelings and evoke emotions

·         Work collaboratively on a larger scale

 

·         Moulding

·         Scale

·         Embellish

·         Applique

·         Stitch

·         Sticking

·         Cutting

·         Paint

·         Colour

·         Weaving

·         Layering

·         Evoke

·         Techniques

·         Emotion

·         Collaboratively

·         Larger scale

                                                 

THREAD: Painting

Year

Key Skills

 

EYFS

·       Naming colours.

·       Experiment with using primary colours.

·       Explores how colours can be changed.

·       Explores what happens when colours are mixed together.

·       Use painting tools and techniques to explore colour.

·       Explore using paint on different surfaces and in different ways e.g. coloured, sized and shaped paper.

 

Y1

·       Identify primary colours by name.

·       Mix, use and apply secondary colours.

·       Use a variety of tools and techniques including different brush sizes.

·       Develop ability to control the types of marks made.

·       Work on different scales (large brush on large paper)

·       Experiment with tools and techniques.

·       Create tints with paint by adding white.

·       Create tones with paint by adding black.

 

Y2

·       Name different types of paint and their properties.

·       Mix and match colours to artefacts and objects.

·       Experience painting with smaller brushes, developing control.

·       Explore what happens when secondary colours are mixed.

·       Build confidence in mixing colour shades and tones.

·       Darken colours without using black.

·       Make as many tones of one colour as possible using white.

·       Experiment with tools and techniques (layering, mixing media, scraping through).

 

Y3

·       Know tertiary colours.

·       Make colour wheels

·       Use a developed colour vocabulary.

·       Use a range of brushes to create different effects. (Blocking in colour, washes, dotting, scratching, splashing, thickened paint creating textural effects).

·       Understand how to create a background using a wash.

·       Use light and dark within painting.

·       Explore complimentary colours.

·       Mix colour, shades and tones with increasing confidence.

 

Y4

·       Mix tertiary colours.

·       Make and match colours with increasing accuracy.

·       Experiment with styles used by artists.

·       Use light and dark within painting.

·       Show understanding of complimentary colours.

·       Begin to choose appropriate media to work with.

·       Start to develop a painting from a drawing.

·       Experiment with water colour techniques.

 

Y5

·       Use tertiary colours in paintings.

·       Demonstrate a secure knowledge about primary and secondary, warm and cold, complementary and contrasting colours.

·       Mix and match colours to create atmosphere and light effects.

·       Mix colour, shades and tones with confidence building on previous knowledge.

·       Start to develop own style of painting using tonal contrast and mixed media.

·       Develop water colour techniques.

 

Y6

·       Work in a sustained and independent way to develop their own style of painting.

·       Carry out preliminary studies, test media and materials and mix appropriate colours.

·       Work from a variety of sources.

·       Show an awareness of how paintings are created (composition).

·       Develop a painting from a drawing.

·       Purposely control the types of marks made.

·       Understand which works well in their work and why.

·       Introduce acrylic paint.

 

THREAD: Textiles

Year

Key Skills

Vocabulary

Nursery

Explore a range of materials.

Make simple collages.

Handle and enjoy using different material.

Collage, Textural words such as soft, rough, smooth, furry etc…

 

 

EYFS

Use a variety of textiles and fabric to create.

Simple weaving eg. Using twigs and paper.

Collage using different materials.

Use appropriate language to explain texture.

Weave, Fabric, material,

Textural words.

 

Y1

Match and sort fabrics and threads by colour texture, length, size and shape.

Change and modify threads and fabrics, knotting, twisting.

Cut and shape fabric using scissors.

Apply shapes by glue. (Applique)

Apply decoration using feathers etc…

Apply colour with printing, fabric crayons.

Create fabrics by weaving materials eg. Grass through twigs, carrier bags though bike wheels.

Properties of materials- waterproof

Knotting

Twisting

Thread

Decoration

Printing

Weaving

 

 

Y2

Change and modify threads and fabrics, fraying, fringing, pulling threads, plaiting.

Cut and shape fabric using scissors and snips.

Introduce stitching to apply decorations such as beads, buttons,etc…

Create cords and plaits for decoration.

Apply colour with printing and dipping..

Create and use dyes eg onion skins, tea, coffee.

Create fabrics by weaving materials such as ribbons, chunky threads.

Fraying, fringing, pulling, plaiting, snips, stitch, dipping, create cords,

Dyes, needle

 

Y3

Use a variety of techniques, eg weaving and stitching to create different textural effects.

Stitching using simple stitch such as running stitch.

Match the tool to the material.

Develop skills in stitching, cutting and apply shapes.

Applique

Running stitch

 

 

Y4

Use a variety of techniques, eg printing, dyeing and stitching to create different textural effects.

Stitching using different stitches Eg-running stitch, blanket stitch

Match the tool to the material

Develop skills in stitching, cutting and joining.

Experiment with paste resist.

Paste resist

Batik

Blanket stitch

Joining

 

Y5

Use fabrics to create 3D structures.

Use different grades of threads and needles to join materials. 

Experiment with batik techniques.

Experiment with a range of media to overlap to create interesting colours, textures and effects.

Embroidery

Back stitch

Batik

Overlap

Stuffing

Texture.