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Curriculum |


Art & Design

Art is highly valued at Llangrove and whilst skills and techniques are taught specifically, art is integrated across the curriculum and is reflected in many subjects. Children have the opportunity to experience the key elements including colour, shape, texture, pattern and line, in both 2D and 3D form with reference to past and present day artists as well as engaging with practitioners through HMFA schools’ shared workshops. Children are encouraged to develop individuality and critical awareness through their artwork which is displayed around the school as part of creating a stimulating learning environment. Our artwork is also often shared with the village community as part of the local church and village hall festivals.



Throughout the year, each year group teaches specific skills through their topics. A brief summary of art lesson coverage throughout Lord Scudamore Academy can be found below.

AutumnTermSpring TermSummer Term
Year 1Lowry
Kandinsky castle
Colour mixing
Still life
Flower paintings
Aboriginal Art
Year 2Portraits
Autumn artwork
Paul Klee
Winter artwork
Spring artwork
African art
Georgia O’keefe
Year 3Art in nature
Leaf prints
Animal Art
Cave paintings
Portraits/ Picasso
Celtic pendants
Concentric circles
Year 4Andy Goldsworthy
Environmental Art
Map ArtStained Glass Windows
Ted Harrison
Year 5KandinskyHenri Rouseau
Patterns in nature
Japanese art
Year 6Hokusai’s ‘Great Wave’
Twister Pictures
Clay Sculptures
Investigating the mountain artwork of Albert Beirstadt and Nicholas Roerich
Papier mache mountain models
Who were the Pre-Raphaelites?
Who was William Morris and what was the Arts and Crafts movement?
What is decoupage?