'A Chaddlewood artist will have the confidence, experiences, skills and knowledge to express themselves in a variety of media without fear of 'making mistakes’ or ‘getting it right’ as they will understand that the creation of art in itself is contributing to their cultural engagement, personal development and creativity.'
Remember! “Creativity is a fragile process that is hard to measure and assess and should always be nurtured and supported”
Intent: Art is a subject that allows pupils to express their creativity and imagination. At Chaddlewood Primary we equip all our pupils with the knowledge and skills to experiment, invent and create their own works of art in a structured and progressively planned way where skills overlap from previous years and connections are made between different approaches, allowing for the development of a palette of skills and knowledge that the children draw on. In addition we study art from different cultures and points in history, using a range of different media and materials and use this to further influence our own work. We encourage our children to experiment in a ‘safe’ environment where both self-expression and self-esteem will be enhanced. The effective use of sketchbooks is taught and developed across the school as an essential tool to gather ideas and inspiration to inform art work and our children learn to make informed judgements, aesthetic and practical decisions to explore ideas and meanings through the work of artists and designers. Art at Chaddlewood is valued for its contribution to developing a child's cultural engagement, personal development and creativity. We believe that artistic experience fuels imagination and in turn imagination fuels creativity.
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