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Studying art can develop visual thinking and creativity. It allows children to make a personal response to the world and to communicate that response to others. Children's creativity in art is developed by knowledge and understanding of art, as well as investigating and making their own art work.

 

Art helps develop skills across the curriculum and can enrich teaching and learning.
Children use a range of materials and tools for art, including ICT. They experience both 2D and 3D art. They are encouraged to review and improve their work to produce high quality art work. 
The school shows the value placed on the work by displaying it as much as possible.

 

 

 

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Key Stage 1's 'Images in Nature'; a sculpture in ceramic, created by Woodpeckers and Squirrels classes.

Key Stage 1's 'Images in Nature'; a sculpture in ceramic, created by Woodpeckers and Squirrels classes. 1

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  • St Edmund's Way, Rainham, Kent, ME8 8ET
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