Intent: Art and design is an essential part of the primary curriculum. Art allows the child to develop their imagination and creativity, to make connections through their inventive minds and gives children the skills to record their imagination and ideas.
Art also encourages expression and visual thinking, which in turn helps children learn other subjects.
|Year Group||Unit 1||Unit 2||Unit 3||Unit 4|
|EYFS||Structures: Junk modelling||Food: Pumpkin scones||Structure: Building towns||Structure: Make props for a photo shoot|
|1||Mechanisms: Moving toy picture||Structures: Free -standing table||Food: Fruit salad|
|2||Food: Baking||Structures: Floating raft||Mechanisms: Wheels and axles/trailer||Textiles: Glove puppet|
|3||Textiles: Blanket square||Food: Stone age meal||Structures: Earthquake shelter|
|4||Electrical systems: Art bots||Food: Chefs visit||Packaging: product box||Structures: Toy car garage|
|5||Mechanisms: Story books||Food: Aish Baladi – Egyptian flatbread||Digital world: Stop motion animation||Textiles: Viking pouch|
|6||Structures: Air raid shelter||Mechanisms: Cams/moving toy||Textiles: Worry monsters||Digital world: Programming pioneers|