Planning a Primary Art and Design Curriculum

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Cultural considerations and practical approaches to designing a primary school art curriculum.


Why should I attend?

  • For support designing a primary school art curriculum
  • To gain ideas about how to select artists and artworks that are inclusive and   representative of communities
  • To learn ways of engaging students with artworks and building visual literacy



What will the course cover?

  • Practical suggestions for how to plan and implement a primary art and design provision
  • How to move away from using the same old art, artists and outcomes in schemes of work towards a curriculum that is broad and balanced
  • Ways for teachers of any subject knowledge level to present and discuss artworks


Who should attend? (check box as appropriate)



☐ARP Lead

☐Senior Leader

☐Middle Leader

☐Head of Department

☐Deputy Head

☒Subject Lead/ Coordinator


☒Teaching Assistant

☐Learning Support Assistant



☐IT technician


☐Parents support advisors

☐Attendance Lead



Pay as You Go - £65

CPD Package - No charge




Booking confirmation including access information and important pre-course information will be sent to you upon booking.


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Contact information

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