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Art assessment

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Art assessment

This interactive resource supports assessment of the Making skills, Generating ideas and Using sketchbooks strands in the Kapow Primary Art and design scheme of work from Year 1 to Year 6. Select your year group, then the relevant strand statement to see annotated examples to support your assessment.

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Introduction

Assessing greater depth

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Assessing greater depth

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When assessing children as working at greater depth in art and design, evidence of creativity, originality and a deeper understanding of artistic concepts and techniques should form part of the assessment over technical proficiency alone.Kapow Primary has considered what greater depth may look like using a series of key elements that consider how children might develop artistically. Thinking about these areas, alongside more obvious proficiency in making skills, provides support for constructive feedback; helping children continue to grow and explore their creative potential.

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Conceptual understanding and application

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Experimentation, risk-taking and problem-solving

Reflection and evaluation

Personal voice and vision

Connections to the wider world

The children demonstrate an understanding of complex art concepts and apply them in their work. This could include their use of perspective, balance, composition and colour theory. For instance, look for children who use colour to evoke emotion or experiment with the illusion of depth in their drawings or artwork.

The children are often willing to take risks and experiment with different mediums, techniques and styles. They may not be afraid to make mistakes, try other techniques or combine styles uniquely.

The children critically evaluate and reflect on their work and that of others. They can make thoughtful decisions about their work and express why they made certain artistic choices. They also understand and can articulate how they could improve or approach their work differently next time.

The children’s work demonstrates a unique, personal voice that could be through a recurring theme or subject, a distinctive style or a way of interpreting and representing the world around them that is uniquely their own.

The children consider connections between their artwork and the wider world, which might involve drawing inspiration from nature, culture, history or personal experiences. They may also connect art and other disciplines, such as literature, science or PSHE.

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Explore their own ideas using a range of media.

Why are these missing examples?

Community

Year hub

Use sketchbooks to explore ideas.

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 1.

Year one

Develop some control when using a wide range of tools to draw, paint and create crafts and sculptures.

Community

Make choices about which materials to use to create an effect.

Gallery

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Gallery

Knowledge of artists.Evaluating and analysing.

Develop observational skills to look closely and reflect surface texture.

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Explore their own ideas using a range of media.

Why are these missing examples?

Community

Year hub

Use sketchbooks to explore ideas.

Help

Examples show the expected standard for Year 1.

Year one

Develop some control when using a wide range of tools to draw, paint and create crafts and sculptures.

Community

Make choices about which materials to use to create an effect.

Gallery

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Gallery

Develop observational skills to look closely and reflect surface texture.

Year hub

Knowledge of artists.Evaluating and analysing.

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Lesson 1: Exploring line

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Explore their own ideas using a range of media.

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Explores different ways to draw a line within a space.

Tries out the effect of using different pressure.

Explores ways to combine different types of lines.

Uses the drawing material expressively, finding out what it can do.

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Lesson 1: Exploring line

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Lesson 1: Exploring line

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Explore their own ideas using a range of media.

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Experiments with composition and plays with creating patterns.

Experiments with the way lines can interact with each other.

Works with different scales.

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Lesson 1: Exploring line

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Lesson 1: Exploring line

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Use sketchbooks to explore ideas.

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Use their sketchbook freely to experiment with what a material can do.

Tries out different ways to make lines, without restriction.

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Lesson 1: Exploring line

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Develops some control when using a wide range of tools to draw, paint and create crafts and sculptures.

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Lesson 1: Exploring line

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 1.

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Creating artistically interesting and diverse mark making.

Demonstrates good pencil control as lines are repeated consistently.

Holds a pencil correctly to create different line types as described.

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Lesson 1: Exploring line

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Develops some control when using a wide range of tools to draw, paint and create crafts and sculptures.

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 1.

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Understanding of line is applied through a range of tools and materials through the generation of different artwork.

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Lesson 2: Making waves

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Lesson 2: Making waves

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Develops some control when using a wide range of tools to draw, paint and create crafts and sculptures.

Examples show the expected standard for Year 1.

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 1.

Takes control of drawing, using tools to create marks drawn at different speeds, such as careful, detailed lines and quick expressive lines.

Holds a pencil on its side or uses the tip.

Uses the whole space on the paper.

Creates straight lines, curly lines, dotted lines, overlapping lines, etc.

Includes some filled shapes, thinking about the space between lines.

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Lesson 3: Experimenting with media

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Lesson 3: Experimenting with media

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Develops some control when using a wide range of tools to draw, paint and create crafts and sculptures.

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Colours new shapes differently and with control.

Controls drawing materials to colour mostly within the lines.

Recognises that new shapes can be created by overlapping.

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Lesson 3: Experimenting with media

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Lesson 3: Experimenting with media

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Lesson 3: Experimenting with media

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Make choices about which materials to use to create an effect.

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 1.

Makes appropriate choices about the space available to work within.

Experiments with the position of shapes to create an interesting composition.

Creates straight lines, curly lines, dotted lines and overlapping lines.

Recognises new shapes are created by overlapping and by colouring these new spaces differently.

Explores different media to understand their properties, for example, which ones smudge or create the brightest colours.

Explores new materials to understand how tools need to be used to achieve desired outcomes.

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Lesson 4: Mark making

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Lesson 4: Mark making

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Develop observational skills to look closely and reflect surface texture.

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Creates straight lines, curly lines, dotted lines and overlapping lines.

Experiments with marks to replicate textures by trying different ideas.

Uses a range of different mark making techniques.

Varies lines from quick and expressive to more controlled and precise.

Chooses appropriate marks to try that replicate observed textures.

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Lesson 4: Mark making

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Lesson 4: Mark making

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Develop observational skills to look closely and reflect surface texture.

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Begins to notice scale and proportion and makes different attempts to explore this concept.

Uses a range of different mark making techniques.

Experiments with marks to find what best represents the textures observed.

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Lesson 5: Drawing from observation

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Lesson 5: Drawing from observation

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Develop observational skills to look closely and reflect surface texture.

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Experiments with using different materials to reflect surface texture.

Begins to layer colours to explore how complex colour can build texture.

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Lesson 5: Drawing from observation

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Lesson 5: Drawing from observation

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Items may not always appear in proportion to each other.

Objects appear flat when drawn.

Draws a group of items on the page that is not always exactly as they are arranged in front of them.

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Develop observational skills to look closely and aim to reflect some of the formal elements of art (colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space) in their work.

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Year two

Begin to generate ideas from a wider range of stimuli, exploring different media and techniques.

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Use sketchbooks to help make decisions about what to try out next.

Examples show the expected standard for Year 2.

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Experiment in sketchbooks, using drawing to record ideas.

Gallery

Further demonstrate increased control with a greater range of media.

Gallery

Make choices about which materials to use to create an effect.

Year hub

Knowledge of artists.Evaluating and analysing.

Use hands and tools with confidence when cutting, shaping and joining paper, card and malleable materials.

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Develop observational skills to look closely and aim to reflect some of the formal elements of art (colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space) in their work.

Home

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Why are these missing examples?

Community

Year two

Begin to generate ideas from a wider range of stimuli, exploring different media and techniques.

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Home

Year hub

Use sketchbooks to help make decisions about what to try out next.

Examples show the expected standard for Year 2.

Community

Experiment in sketchbooks, using drawing to record ideas.

Gallery

Further demonstrate increased control with a greater range of media.

Help

Gallery

Make choices about which materials to use to create an effect.

Year hub

Knowledge of artists.Evaluating and analysing.

Use hands and tools with confidence when cutting, shaping and joining paper, card and malleable materials.

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Lesson 1: Charcoal mark making

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Lesson 1: Charcoal mark making

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Begin to generate ideas from a wider range of stimuli, exploring different media and techniques.

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Uses the drawing material expressively.

Thinks about other ways to use the charcoal, such as smudging it.

Explores using charcoal on its side to create different lines and texture.

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Experiment in sketchbooks, using drawing to record ideas.

Recognises sketchbooks as a place to experiment.

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Lesson 4: Creating characters

Lesson 4: Creating characters

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Use sketchbooks to help make decisions about what to try out next.

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Use their sketchbook to practise ideas.

Use their sketchbook to try out and record ideas before applying to a bigger piece.

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Lesson 3: My toy story

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Further demonstrate increased control with a greater range of media.

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Demonstrates an understanding of how to control different materials; each selected for a specific purpose.

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Lesson 3: My toy story

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Lesson 3: My toy story

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Make choices about which materials to use to create an effect.

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Begins to recognise how different materials can be used and combined to create different effects.

Uses one medium in different ways to achieve different effects.

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Lesson 2: Creating texture

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Lesson 2: Creating texture

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Develop observational skills to look closely and aim to reflect some of the formal elements of art (colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space) in their work.

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Uses a variation on line and mark making to achieve a desired effect.

Uses varying techniques such as blending, rubbing and mark making.

Attempts to replicate colours more accurately, such as by layering multiple colours.

Uses more than one material; drawing over the top of another material to create textures.

Uses careful observation to replicate colours.

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Lesson 3: My toy story

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Develop observational skills to look closely and aim to reflect some of the formal elements of art (colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space) in their work.

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 2.

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Uses the outline of basic shapes to start the drawing.

Experiments with different marks to replicate texture, for example, using swirls and lines.

Uses different marks in the drawing, such as cross hatching, lines and dots.

Notices light and dark by beginning to use shading to show this.

Observes small details to add to drawing.

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Develop direct observation, for example, by using tonal shading and starting to apply an understanding of shape to communicate form and proportion.

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Use sketchbooks for a wider range of purposes, for example, recording things using drawing and annotations, planning and taking next steps in a making process.

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Year three

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Generate ideas from a range of stimuli and carry out simple research and evaluation as part of the making process.

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 3.

Confidently use of a range of materials and tools, selecting and using these appropriately with more independence.

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Use hands and tools confidently to cut, shape and join materials for a purpose.

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Knowledge of artists.Evaluating and analysing.

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Develop direct observation, for example, by using tonal shading and starting to apply an understanding of shape to communicate form and proportion.

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Home

Use sketchbooks for a wider range of purposes, for example, recording things using drawing and annotations, planning and taking next steps in a making process.

Why are these missing examples?

Community

Year three

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Year hub

Generate ideas from a range of stimuli and carry out simple research and evaluation as part of the making process.

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 3.

Confidently use of a range of materials and tools, selecting and using these appropriately with more independence.

Gallery

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Use hands and tools confidently to cut, shape and join materials for a purpose.

Gallery

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Knowledge of artists.Evaluating and analysing.

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Lesson 4: Botanical drawing

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Lesson 4: Botanical drawing

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Use sketchbooks for a wider range of purposes, for example, recording things using drawing and annotations, planning and taking next steps in a making process.

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Use their sketchbook to explore different composition ideas.

Use their sketchbook to draw smaller studies; using these drawings to understand the shapes and form of objects.

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Lesson 5: Abstract flowers

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Lesson 5: Abstract flowers

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Confidently use of a range of materials and tools, selecting and using these appropriately with more independence.

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Uses lines and marks in different ways, demonstrating growing understanding and independence.

Creates final pieces that confidently expresses individual style and ideas.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

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Lesson 3: Texture pictures

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Lesson 3: Texture pictures

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Use hands and tools confidently to cut, shape and join materials for a purpose.

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Purposefully considers what to cut and what to tear.

Composes a picture that is in proportion.

Uses cutting and tearing with good control to achieve desired shape.

Thinks carefully about how to layer pieces for effect.

Thinks about how to use a tool, such as using the side of a crayon to achieve effective rubbings.

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Lesson 1: See like an artist

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Develop direct observation, for example, by using tonal shading and starting to apply an understanding of shape to communicate form and proportion.

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Shades different tones effectively to begin to illustrate the form of an object.

Begins to show an understanding of how tonal shading can illustrate light and dark by shading on one side of an object.

Shading may not be consistently on the same side of a group of objects.

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Demonstrate greater skill and control when drawing and painting to depict forms, such as showing an awareness of proportion and being able to create 3D effects.

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Generate ideas from a range of stimuli, using research and evaluation of techniques to develop their ideas and plan more purposefully for an outcome.

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Use sketchbooks purposefully to improve understanding, develop ideas and plan for an outcome.

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Use more complex techniques to shape and join materials, such as carving and modelling wire.

Apply observational skills, showing a greater awareness of composition and demonstrating the beginnings of an individual style.

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Use growing knowledge of different materials, combining media for effect.

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 4.

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Knowledge of artists.Evaluating and analysing.

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Demonstrate greater skill and control when drawing and painting to depict forms, such as showing an awareness of proportion and being able to create 3D effects.

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Generate ideas from a range of stimuli, using research and evaluation of techniques to develop their ideas and plan more purposefully for an outcome.

Why are these missing examples?

Home

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Year four

Use sketchbooks purposefully to improve understanding, develop ideas and plan for an outcome.

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Use more complex techniques to shape and join materials, such as carving and modelling wire.

Apply observational skills, showing a greater awareness of composition and demonstrating the beginnings of an individual style.

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Use growing knowledge of different materials, combining media for effect.

Year hub

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Gallery

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Lesson 4: Wax resist

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Use sketchbooks purposefully to improve understanding, develop ideas and plan for an outcome.

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Uses work in sketchbooks to develop new ideas using different materials and techniques.

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Lesson 1: 3D pencil drawings

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Lesson 1: 3D pencil drawings

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Demonstrate greater skill and control when drawing and painting to depict forms, such as showing an awareness of proportion and being able to create 3D effects.

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Understands how to use tone to show 3D form.

Explores controlling and holding the pencil on its side in the shading grip.

Uses varying pressure to create different tones.

Demonstrates greater skill to shade more accurately to illustrate form.

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Lesson 2: Sense of proportion

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Lesson 2: Sense of proportion

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Demonstrate greater skill and control when drawing and painting to depict forms, such as showing an awareness of proportion and being able to create 3D effects.

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Draws objects mostly in proportion to each other.

Shows some awareness of light on objects by highlighting with a rubber and darkening with charcoal.

Creates a clear distinction between light and dark effectively using a rubber and charcoal for effect.

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Demonstrate greater skill and control when drawing and painting to depict forms, such as showing an awareness of proportion and being able to create 3D effects.

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Varies the tones used from very dark to very light, applying appropriately.

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Lesson 3: Drawing with scissors

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Lesson 3: Drawing with scissors

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Use growing knowledge of different materials, combining media for effect.

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Cuts shapes with care, purposefully selecting pieces for effect.

Arranges objects to create a figurative composition such as a person.

Experiments with composition to create a unique and interesting artwork.

Makes decisions to cut in interesting ways to create abstract compositions.

Experiments with arranging pieces, for example, by overlapping and layering next to contrasting pieces.

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Lesson 4: Wax resist

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Experiments with different patterns.

Controls tools to successfully scratch away the surface paint.

Creates a clear image.

Uses the scratching tool in different ways to vary marks within the painted surface.

Varies the types of marks and lines used.

Creates an interesting background that uses a mix of colours.

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Apply observational skills, showing a greater awareness of composition and demonstrating the beginnings of an individual style.

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Experiments with ways to impart personal style within a drawing.

Shows an understanding of basic composition, considering how to place objects within a page.

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Work with a range of media with control in different ways to achieve different effects, including experimenting with the techniques used by other artists.

Confidently use sketchbooks for purposes including recording observations and research, testing materials and working towards an outcome more independently.

Develop ideas more independently from their own research. Explore and record their plans, ideas and evaluations to develop their ideas towards an outcome.

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Year five

Create in a more sustained way, revisiting artwork over time and applying their understanding of tone, texture, line, colour and form.

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Combine a wider range of media, e.g. photography and digital art effects.

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Knowledge of artists.Evaluating and analysing.

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Work with a range of media with control in different ways to achieve different effects, including experimenting with the techniques used by other artists.

Confidently use sketchbooks for purposes including recording observations and research, testing materials and working towards an outcome more independently.

Develop ideas more independently from their own research. Explore and record their plans, ideas and evaluations to develop their ideas towards an outcome.

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Why are these missing examples?

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Year five

Create in a more sustained way, revisiting artwork over time and applying their understanding of tone, texture, line, colour and form.

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Combine a wider range of media, e.g. photography and digital art effects.

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 5.

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Knowledge of artists.Evaluating and analysing.

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Lesson 5: Revisiting ideas

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Lesson 5: Revisiting ideas

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Develop ideas more independently from their own research. Explore and record their plans, ideas and evaluations to develop their ideas towards an outcome.

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Makes plans by trying out and testing ideas.

Researches and records ideas, making notes and writing down thoughts.

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Lesson 2: Drawing decisions

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Confidently use sketchbooks for purposes including recording observations and research, testing materials and working towards an outcome more independently.

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Tries a range of different media to draw the same image.

Chooses materials that are significantly different from each other to fully explore capabilities and effects.

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Lesson 2: Drawing decisions

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Selects an interesting part of an image that provides a range of elements to draw.

Uses a varied range of mark making techniques.

Uses a diverse range of materials.

Tries out different techniques to make marks with the chosen material.

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Lesson 5: Revisiting ideas

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Create in a more sustained way, revisiting artwork over time and applying their understanding of tone, texture, line, colour and form.

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Revisits work to make improvements or add more detail.

Considers tone by adding shading that enhances the depth of their artwork.

Produces work over more than one lesson.

Explores texture by choosing materials that produce more varied effects.

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Create in a more sustained way, revisiting artwork over time and applying their understanding of tone, texture, line, colour and form.

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Creates artwork over time, adding more elements, such as an additional print to improve their composition.

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Create in a more sustained way, revisiting artwork over time and applying their understanding of tone, texture, line, colour and form.

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Produces an interesting collagraph print, where textures are visible.

Explores different drawing techniques and print; trying out ideas.

Artwork indicates influences from the artist style by using the same approach of repeating a motif.

Demonstrates a growing independence by making individual decisions, such as drawing around the print.

Uses a combination of materials and techniques to achieve a final piece.

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Work in a sustained way over several sessions to complete a piece, including working collaboratively on a larger scale and incorporating the formal elements of art.

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Year six

Draw upon their experience of creative work and their research to develop their own starting points for creative outcomes.

Using a systematic and independent approach, research, test and develop ideas and plans using sketchbooks.

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Create expressively in their own personal style and in response to their choice of stimulus, showing the ability to develop artwork independently.

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Combine materials and techniques appropriately to fit with ideas.

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Examples show the expected standard for Year 6.

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Work in a sustained way over several sessions to complete a piece, including working collaboratively on a larger scale and incorporating the formal elements of art.

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Draw upon their experience of creative work and their research to develop their own starting points for creative outcomes.

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Using a systematic and independent approach, research, test and develop ideas and plans using sketchbooks.

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Create expressively in their own personal style and in response to their choice of stimulus, showing the ability to develop artwork independently.

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Combine materials and techniques appropriately to fit with ideas.

Gallery

Examples show the expected standard for Year 6.

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Knowledge of artists.Evaluating and analysing.

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Lesson 2: Symbolic imagery

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Create expressively in their own personal style and in response to their choice of stimulus, showing the ability to develop artwork independently.

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Considers how to arrange and compose different drawn elements within the drawing by layering and overlapping.

Uses a range of imagery with symbolic meaning to them.

Recognises that drawing can ‘go off the page’ and not every element has to be drawn in full; this makes the overall composition more interesting.

Drawings include a Maya spirit companion chosen to reflect personal attributes.

Demonstrates a developing individual style, such as using a unique colouring style.

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Lesson 5: Powerful imagery

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Lesson 5: Powerful imagery

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Create expressively in their own personal style and in response to their choice of stimulus, showing the ability to develop artwork independently.

Examples show the expected standard for Year 6.

Community

Applies highlights and shadows consistently to the correct sides of the letters.

Recognises where to apply charcoal to shaded areas to redefine and enhance effect.

Creates a striking contrast between light and dark with clear definition between the two.

Creates a final composition, drawing upon techniques learnt in the unit, for example, incorporating chiaroscuro, symbolic imagery and an emerging personal style.

Considers a composition that fills the space and is arranged for dramatic effect.

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Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

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Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

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gallery@kapowprimary.com

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

This statement is an example of a practical skill that would be observed in real-time, which is therefore not recorded through children's outcomes.

Please note

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

This statement is an example of a practical skill that would be observed in real-time, which is therefore not recorded through children's outcomes.

Please note

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

Generating ideas

How can we help?

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

Generating ideas

How can we help?

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

Generating ideas

How can we help?

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

This statement is an example of a practical skill that would be observed in real-time, which is therefore not recorded through children's outcomes.

Please note

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

This statement is an example of a practical skill that would be observed in real-time, which is therefore not recorded through children's outcomes.

Please note

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

Generating ideas

How can we help?

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

Generating ideas

How can we help?

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

Generating ideas

How can we help?

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

While Knowledge of artists and art history provide valuable context, they represent a type of theoretical or contextual understanding that does not lend itself to this practical assessment. Cognition is difficult to annotate or evaluate in the same tangible way that a child's skill in brushwork, colour mixing or ability to generate original ideas can be.Evaluating and analysing require critical thinking and understanding that are important to develop in children but tricky to annotate in their artwork. This strand also refers to the disciplinary knowledge that children intrinsically acquire through the process of making art, which is not necessarily evident in the outcomes they produce.

Why are the Knowledge of artists and Evaluating and analysing strands missing?

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Sorry...

gallery@kapowprimary.com

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

Would you like to be a part of the Kapow Primary online community?

Community

Please send your photographs to:gallery@kapowprimary.com

Explore our Kapow Primary Instagram.

Why not join our Primary Creative Arts Inspiration and Ideas Facebook group?

Would you like to contribute children's work to our gallery and assessment tool?

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

Share your work with us on Twitter (Also known as X).

If something is not working as expected or you are not sure how to use this tool, please get in touch.

How can we help?

Generating ideas

Colour key

The five Art strands

For more information, please refer to the Art long-term plan:

Using sketchbooks

Please send your enquiries to:enquiries@kapowprimary.com

Making skills (including formal elements)

Knowledge of artists

Evaluating and analysing

DotGeneral observations and comments.

TOOLTIP key

PlusSpecific observations and comments about a part of the art work.

Makes independent choices about what materials to use.

Makes artistic decisions; in this example, uses black lines confidently to highlight shape.

We currently do not have any visual examples to illustrate this strand yet. If you would like to submit work created by your class please send them to:

Please note: When submitting works, we assume full permission has been granted, unless otherwise stated in your email. Please take clear photographs showing the full piece, without children present.

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gallery@kapowprimary.com