- show how their study of the work of artists and designers has informed their actions to improve their outcome.
- respond to the creative outcomes of others with an open mind, expressing a preference and personal interpretation
- show that they can use their research on artists and designers to inform their creative decisions.
- Know how to interpret and respond to different creative forms from diverse historical periods, cultures and times e.g. artists, craftspeople, designers, architects, digital, photographic and graphic media artists.
- discuss different aspects of their own and other’s work, explaining how they refine their ideas, skills and methods, applying what they learn to improve their own outcomes
- compare, analyse and describe different ideas and approaches used by artists and designers, recognising the influence of contexts, cultures and times on their work.
- create imaginative responses and representations of the real world in response to their study of artists, craftspeople and designers, remaining flexible to adapt and change the characteristics for a specific meaning.
To move forward in our independent project students need to:
Pupils should be taught to develop their creativity and ideas, and increase proficiency in their execution. They should develop a critical understanding of artists, architects and designers, expressing reasoned judgements that can inform their own work.