Art & Design Across the Primary Curriculum
04 February 2019, 2:00 pm–5:00 pm
This half-day course aims to improve your knowledge and understanding related to planning in order to create meaningful links between Art & Design projects and other areas of the curriculum.
Short Courses020 7612 6325
Room: TBCUCL Institute of Education20 Bedford WayLondonWC1H 0ALUnited Kingdom
You will explore ideas for planning cross-curricular Art & Design projects as well as learning strategies to help the teaching of practical design skills.
Who this course is for
This course is suitable for all class teachers including newly qualified teachers (NQTs) as well as curriculum leaders and art coordinators. The course is aimed at those responsible for planning the Art & Design curriculum in primary schools.
The course will comprise the following:
- planning for cross-curricular Art & Design projects with a particular focus on history and geography
- making links to the D&T curriculum
- learning out of the classroom in museums & galleries.
By completing the course you will learn how to:
- plan effective Art & Design lessons
- make meaningful cross-curricular links
- enable all pupils to achieve success
- consider the resources available in museums and galleries.
The course will comprise a lecture and presentation together with practical art and design activities.
Entry requirements and prerequisites
There are no formal entry requirements for this course but it is assumed that you will be working as a class teacher in a primary school.
You will receive a certificate of attendance for completing the course.
£70 per participant.
How to Book
You can book your place on the course by clicking on the link(s) below. This will direct you to a form that you should complete and return to email@example.com. An invoice will be issued to your school.
- 4 Feb 2019
Karen is a lecturer on the Primary PGCE Programme at UCL Institute of Education and is the Specialism Lead for Art & Design.
- Little Kids Rock via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)