- Pupils become proficient in areas of practical knowledge such as drawing, painting and sculpture and other art, craft and design techniques.
- Pupils make connections between art’s past, present and future which provides them with the knowledge to make meaning, interpret, use materials and follow processes.
- Pupils learn how aesthetic judgements are formed and claimed, how art is studied and how to participate in the discourses of artists and critics.
- They cultivate a range of transferable skills such as communication, curiosity and the ability to analyse and evaluate.
To see how our Charvil Primary Learning Journey links to Key Stage 3 and beyond please click here.