At Dinglewell Infant School we value Art and Design as an important part of a creative curriculum. We aspire to promote ambitious and inquisitive learners in all areas of learning. We aim to develop children’s natural creativity, curiosity and imagination through the exploration of art. We believe that Art should be a stimulating and enjoyable experience for all children, allowing them to express themselves through a piece of artwork, which has been produced individually or collaboratively. At our school we inspire children to build not only their creative skills but also express their individual thoughts, processes and ideas. We want children to succeed in becoming critical artists; they are encouraged to confidently communicate what they see, feel and think, through the use of colour, texture, form, pattern and different materials and processes. Children will develop their knowledge of famous artists and gain insight to their own personal understanding and appreciation of art. Art allows cross curricular links across all subjects as well as providing children with the skills to enjoy art as part of our history and culture.
With their set of basic skills in drawing and painting, sculpture, textiles, and print making children will be able to explore their individal ideas, record their experiences and produce creative artwork, which they and others can be proud of. Children will be able to give their fair and objective opinions and evaluate personal, peer and artists creative work.
Our school values/curriculum drivers underpin all that we do at Dinglewell Infant School and are integral to our art provision:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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