Students will work with on different projects which will allow them to develop their knowledge of the subject as well as work with a range of materials and textures whilst developing their own art work. Students will work on the following:
Enlargement grid project, covers drawing, oil pastel, painting and mixed media techniques as an introductory project.
The KS4 curriculum in Art will be met to the specification and will include various developmental experiences such as:
All students will work to a final showcase of their work.
Students will be introduced to a number of musical instruments, they will be given an insight into what life is like in the music industry as well as being encouraged throughout all lessons to develop their confidence and reflective skills. The students will look at the following:
Students will work on a number of different projects which are designed to introduce them to all the skills and techniques necessary to make a piece of successful Drama. They will learn how to work with others, share their ideas with confidence and lead a group. The students will look at a range of playwrights and explore how to bring them to life effectively for an audience. The students will
Playwrights - Willy Russell, Mark Wheeler, John Godber, Jim Cartwright, Sarah Kane
Unit one - Page to stage. Students will choose a published play and bring this to life working towards the playwright’s intentions.
Unit two - Drama in the making. students will develop a group improvisation, a monologue/duologue and a design element based on a given stimulus.
Unit three - From concept to creation. Students will perform a script for an external examiner.
Students will be introduced to the course by looking at the formal elements of photography beginning with basics such as shutter speed, depth of field and composition.
They will then work on a number of projects following the GCSE format.
Pupils will carry out a range of tasks to develop their photographic skills in preparation for the exam which takes place over a period of 2 days.
Pupils will research and explore artists work such as Jenny Holzer, Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Martin Parr & Burton Pritzker.
Pupils have access to a range of professional standard facilities such as digital SLR cameras, studio lighting equipment and a mac suite for editing.
The BTEC Tech award in Dance provides students with the opportunity to develop, refine and reflect on their skills in Dance, both practically and theoretically. The course lends itself to practical learners, allowing students to perform on a weekly basis.
On the course students get to study a range of dance styles such as Street/Hip hop, Contemporary, Lyrical and more. Leadership and independent learning time is highly encouraged, giving students the chance to lead their peers and support in personal development.
Students also take part in shows and performances inside and outside of school. This is to supplement their coursework and display their work to family and friends.