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KS1 Long Term Plans    SUBJECT/AREA: ART SKILLS           CO-ORDINATOR: D. MIDWOOD

 

   Year 1  Year 2
 Autumn 1

Superheroes

Artist: Pablo Picasso

Self portraits

Observational drawing skills using shading and blending with pencils and crayons.

  • Explore a variety of materials and processes to create their own work.
  • Begin to investigate and select materials and processes 
  • Describe what they think and feel about their work and describe what they think and feel about the work of others. 

Famous People

Artist:

Self portraits 

Observational drawing skills using tone with pencil and adding detail

  • Create and explore ideas in different ways making choices in what  equipment and processes they use.
  • Investigate and use the qualities of materials and processes to develop their own practical skills, exercising some control. 

 

 Autumn 2

Space

Artist: Pablo Picasso

Cutting skills - Aliens

Christmas art 

  • Explore a variety of materials and processes to create their own work.
  • Respond to different ideas and begin to develop their own and use them as a staring point for their work. 
  • Create and explore ideas in different ways.
  • Describe what they think and feel about their work and describe what they think and feel about the work of others.

Historical Events

 

Artist:

 

Painting - colour mixing and adding detail using different sized brushes

 

Collage - choosing own materials/media

 

Christmas art

  •  Explore ideas in different ways, collect information and resources in order to make informed choices about their work and how they  produce it.
  •  Investigate and use the qualities of materials and processes to develop their own practical skills, exercising control. 

  • Evaluate and suggest ways to improve their own and the work of others 
 Spring 1

Traditional Tales

Artist: Vincent van Gogh

Observational drawing  

  • Respond to different ideas and begin to develop their own as a staring point for their work. 
  • Begin to explore ideas in different ways and  record simple responses to these.  
  • Describe what they think and feel about their work and describe what they think and feel about the work of others.
  • With support, identify some of the characteristics of the work of others in art, craft and design.
  • Create and explore ideas in different ways.  Make choices about what they do, how they do it and what equipment and processes they use to realise their ideas.

Kenya

Artist; Henri Rousseau

Colour mixing and blending using different media

Observational drawing

  • Communicate ideas and meaning effectively in their work
  •  Investigate and use the qualities of materials and processes to develop their own practical skills, exercising control.
  • Evaluate and suggest ways to improve their own and the work of others 
 Spring 2

Castles

Observational drawing - Portrait of Elizabeth 1 recording detail

Bayeux tapestry - recreate a section in the same style

  • Communicate ideas and meaning effectively in their work
  •  Investigate and use the qualities of materials and processes to develop their own practical skills, exercising control. 
  • Evaluate and improve their own work
  • Use their evaluation of the work of others  to improve their own work when making images and artefacts for different purposes
 Summer 1

The Jungle

 

Artist: Henri Rousseau 

 

Blending and tone using paint

 

The Sunset - blending and cutting skills

  • Create and explore ideas in different ways.  Make choices about what they do, how they do it and what equipment and processes they use to realise their ideas.
  • Investigate and use qualities of materials and processes to develop own practical skills

Localities

Artist: Paul Klee

Observational drawing using tone

 

Observational painting  incorporating colour mixing and blending using different sized brushes 

Cutting skills

  • Explore ideas in different ways, collect information and resources in order to make informed choices about their work and how they  produce it.
  • Investigate and use the qualities of materials and processes to develop their own practical skills, exercising control. 
  • Evaluate and improve their own work
  • Use their evaluation of the work of others  to improve their own work when making images and artefacts for different purposes
 Summer 2

Under the sea

Colour mixing using primary and secondary colours including tone

Cutting skills

  • With support Identify where they have been successful  and where they need to improve
  • With support can identify some of the characteristics of the work of others in art, craft and design