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Progression Map: A&D

Materials

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Pencils, poster paint, watercolour, lead, crayon, pastel, chalk, playdough, recycled materials for junk modelling

Different pencil types, paint, glue, clay

Different pencil types, charcoal, pastel, decorations, clay

Different pencil types, poster paint, watercolour, clay

Different pencil types, paint, clay and other mouldable materials

Different pencil types, acrylic paint, clay

Different pencil types, oil paint, fabric, wire, moulds

Drawing

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Explore drawing materials different pencil types, colour, lead, crayon, pastel, chalk. Explore large scale outside drawing on playground. - Develop and practice different line types, curved, straight, wavy, thick, thin, - Make simple representations of objects familiar to them eg. my house, my cat, my family

Learn pencil types, their properties and explore. Develop control of pencil for detail in their pictures. - Use a pencil to create lines of different thickness in drawings. Show different tones by using coloured pencils. Colour own work neatly & stay in lines.

Continue to add detail to picture and begin to use side of pencil to add shading to detail. Choose and use three different grades of pencil when drawing. - Extend use of drawing materials charcoal, pencil and pastel to create drawings. Use a viewfinder to focus on a specific part of an artefact before drawing it. Show pattern & texture by adding dots and lines.

Build on skills of tonal shading in their drawing. Sketch lightly without using a rubber. Show facial expression in art Use sketches to help produce a final piece of art. Use different grades of pencils to show tones and textures through hatching & cross hatching. Use shading to show light & shadow. Annotate sketches to explain and elaborate. Use line to replicate geometric patterns in Islamic Art

Begin to make individual choices in their choice of media. Show body language in sketches and paintings Use line, tone, shape and colour to represent figures and forms in movement. Show reflections in art Use line to replicate geometric patterns in Islamic Art

Begin to include measuring skills to help with proportion in their drawings. Use shading to create mood and texture. Use a variety of techniques to add effects eg reflections, shadow & direction of sunlight. Organise line, tone, shape and colour to represent figures and forms in movement. Use shading to create mood and feeling. Learn and use technical vocabulary Evaluate and analyse creative works

Explain the different tools used to create art. Explain personal choices of specific art techniques used. Draw with precision using different gradient pencils or other mediums for effect Show shape, proportion and perspective in drawings

Painting

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

-Learn housekeeping brush care, aprons, drying rack - Name and recognise primary colours. - Explore mixing and naming secondary colours. -Have an understanding of warm/cold colours - Experience 2 different paint types- eg. poster and water colour. Experience adding white to a colour to create tonal shade Create colour wheels

-Develop ability to control paint and brush. Use thick & thin brushes -Know and name both primary and secondary colours -Mix, use and apply secondary colours in their work. -Explore white/black added to paint colours - Create moods in art work by using colours and techniques. Ask questions and describe what can be seen in a painting. Ask questions about a piece of art work.

-Experiencing painting with smaller brushes, developing brush control. -Explore what happens what happens when secondary colours are mixed Mix brown paint by mixing red and green together. Create tints with paint by adding white. Create tones with paint by adding black. Explain ideas of how artists have used colour, pattern and shape Create a piece of art in response to the work of an artist

- Know tertiary colours Further explore tint/tone shade- apply this in their paintings. Create a background using a colourwash Use a range of brushes to create Shapes, textures, patterns & lines. Use watercolour to produce washes for backgrounds and add detail Identify the techniques used by different artists Compare the work of different artists. Recognise when art is from different cultures. Recognise when art is from different historical periods

Mix tertiary colours - Know how different colours affect our mood/feelings compare/contrast two paintings with separate moods. Experiment with the styles used by other artists. Explain some of the features of art from historical periods.

Use acrylic paint Use tertiary colour in their paintings Use the past as a source of artistic inspiration. Experiment with mood & colour. Sketch lightly before painting Create a colour palette based on colours observed in natural world

-Use oil paint Make individual choices regarding choice of media and state why in their work. Research artwork from different periods of history and locations and investigate similarities and differences between the technique and styles used. Identify great artists and how their work has influenced art today. Explain the style work produced and how a famous artist has influenced it. Use feedback to make amendments and improvements to art. Silhouettes/Colour washes

Sculpting

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Use rolled up paper, straws and card. Use rolling & cutting Manipulate and use playdough/plasticine Experiment with 3d junk modelling

Join material using glue/stitch Use rolling, cutting carving & moulding clay

Decorate eg add sequins Use clay & other mouldable materials using coiling method Join 2 pieces of clay together

Use clay Add materials to provide interesting details

Create and combine shapes eg nets or using solid materials Sculpt using clay & other mouldable materials Include texture that conveys expression and movement

Use tools to create texture and pattern Show life like qualities and real life proportions

Including seam allowance, use range of stitches. Select material to create visual and tactile effects including decorations Use frameworks such as wire and moulds to provide stability & form Combine visual & tactile qualities

Artists

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Kandinsky – curved shapes, using different colours

 

 

Picasso – abstract portraits. Explore different facial features and emotions. Use paint, line and colour to create an artwork of an expressive face with two sides (each showing a different emotion.)

Book – Picasso’s Trousers

 

 

 

Frida kahlo – self-portrait with link to superwomen

Nick Rowland – volcano art

 

 

Van Gogh (pointillism) link to rivers topic and talk about rivers in Nottingham

Banksy – link to local history and the piece of art in Nottingham

 

 

Laura knight (local artist) – paintings of WW2 and inspired by marginalised communities

  • Relationships
  • Respect
  • Resourcefulness
  • Reflection
  • Resilience
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