Curriculum: Key Stage 4

KS4 Curriculum Guide - Year 10 Art
Term 1Identity- Initial Ideas   
Students explore the theme of ‘identity’ through a range of practical work. Artists, contexts and sources are used to inspire their ideas and produce personal and meaningful responses to the theme. Students are encouraged to think creatively and independently.
Assessment: All work created will be assessed using the AQA GCSE assessment objectives. Students will receive regular feedback through verbal discussion, peer assessment and target setting within lessons. Written feedback will also be provided by peers and teaching staff where appropriate to support progress and reporting. Key Words and Terms
 
Term 2Identity- Developing Ideas   
Students explore the theme of ‘identity’ through a range of practical work. Artists, contexts and sources are used to inspire their ideas and produce personal and meaningful responses to the theme. Students are encouraged to think creatively and independently.
Assessment: All work created will be assessed using the 4 AQA Assessment Objectives. Students will receive regular feedback through verbal discussion, peer assessment and target setting within lessons. Written feedback will also be provided by peers and teaching staff where appropriate to support progress and reporting. Key Words and Terms
 
Term 3Identity- Final Outcome   
Students explore the theme of ‘identity’ through a range of practical work. Artists, contexts and sources are used to inspire their ideas and produce personal and meaningful responses to the theme. Students are encouraged to think creatively and independently.
Assessment: All work created will be assessed using the 4 AQA GCSE assessment criteria. Students will receive regular feedback through verbal discussion, peer assessment and target setting within lessons. Written feedback will also be provided by peers and teaching staff where appropriate to support progress and reporting. Key Words and Terms
 
Term 4Year 10 Mock Exam- Initial ideas    
Through the choice of themes, students will have the opportunity to explore a variety of areas such as religion, ethnicity, beliefs, culture, what makes us human and what makes them who they are. Students are encouraged to explore ideas and concepts of interest to them. They will discuss and share ideas; thus gaining a greater understanding of themselves as well as the people and the world around them.
Assessment: Students will receive regular feedback through verbal discussion, peer assessment and target setting within lessons. Written feedback will also be provided by peers and teaching staff where appropriate to support progress and reporting. Key Words and Terms
 
Term 5Year 10 Mock Exam- Developing Ideas   
Through the choice of themes, students will have the opportunity to explore a variety of areas such as religion, ethnicity, beliefs, culture, what makes us human and what makes them who they are. Students are encouraged to explore ideas and concepts of interest to them. They will discuss and share ideas; thus gaining a greater understanding of themselves as well as the people and the world around them.
Assessment: All work created will be assessed using the 4 AQA GCSE assessment objectives. Students will receive regular feedback through verbal discussion, peer assessment and target setting within lessons. Written feedback will also be provided by peers and teaching staff where appropriate to support progress and reporting. Key Words and Terms
 
Term 6Year 10 Mock Exam- Final Outcome   
Through the choice of themes, students will have the opportunity to explore a variety of areas such as religion, ethnicity, beliefs, culture, what makes us human and what makes them who they are. Students are encouraged to explore ideas and concepts of interest to them. They will discuss and share ideas; thus gaining a greater understanding of themselves as well as the people and the world around them.
Assessment: All work created will be assessed using the 4 AQA GCSE assessment objectives. Students will receive regular feedback through verbal discussion, peer assessment and target setting within lessons. Written feedback will also be provided by peers and teaching staff where appropriate to support progress and reporting. Key Words and Terms
 

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