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Havering Sixth Form College Learning Plan

Course Plan: Studio Art An outline of the course and other key dates can be found on the following pages. See the individual ‘Topic Plans’ for more detail on the learning content. Commitment to equality of opportunity, British values and skills for next steps: In planning this course, we commit to developing resources and teaching strategies that reflect and value the diversity of learners’ experiences. Where opportunities arise we will provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of people and communities beyond their immediate experience. We will promote open, honest and relevant debate around the values of democracy, individual liberty, the law and mutual respect wherever possible. Where appropriate we will embed English, mathematics, ICT and employability skills to ensure that learners are well-equipped with the necessary skills to progress to their next steps.

Week commencing 12th September

19th September

Key topic

Assessment Schedule

Induction week single and double ● Portfolios and presentation ● Ice breaking activities ● Workshop - mark making ● ● ●

Journal analysis Workshop - Drawing presentation

Events Social Media Week

Introduce assessment and term plan


26th September

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

26th September World Contraception Day European Day of Languages

Artists and annotation : preparation for trip – written task. Presentation and portfolios – organisation of learning. Photography introduction workshop.

3rd October

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Trip to London Galleries Assessment Objectives Finalising book work for hand in on the 10th October

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

Black History month (October)

10th October

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Artist analysis Review of trip One-to-one reviews

17th October

Objects and description (was successful for Viv)??

Independent task for half term set – Richard Serra words - 1 word, 5 responses

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KA1 Deadline

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

10th - World Mental Health Day

19th – International Men’s Day

Half term – 24th to 28th October 31st October

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Producing work in response to Richard Serra words Independent work on Serra Project Checklist for submission on 28th November

Introduce Stage 2 assessment and term plan

7th November

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Working on Serra project Optional Etching / Printmaking Workshop Presentation and portfolios – organisation of learning

Formative assesment

Movember 11th – Armistice Day

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

Anti-Bullying Week Inter-Faith Week

14th November ● ● ●

Portfolio submission at beginning of week One-to-one feedback Workshop – Studios and photographing work

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21st November

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Portfolio submission Working on producing work for crits based on Richard Serra words

Hand in of students work 1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

21st - College closed (Tues 22nd = Mon TT) Subject Reviews (3 weeks)

Working on Serra project

28th November

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Crits TRIP Artits analysis linked to work produced in crit

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

1st Dec – World Aids Day 3rd Dec – International Day of Persons with Disabilities

5th December

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Development experimetation, reviewing and refining to produce outcomes

KA2 deadline

8th - Parents' Evening 10th – Human Rights Day

12th December

● Development work continues refine and complete component 1

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

19th December

● Hand in of component 1 ● Blog review

Summative assessment of Component 1

Christmas Break – 21st December to 2nd January 3rd January

Component 2 Exam theme given out , preparation and discussion initial research

Feedback of assessment for component 1

3rd - non-teaching day

9th January

Component 2 Externally Set Theme research and ideas generation

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

15th – World Religion Day

16th January

Component 2 continue research and ideas Responding to Artist Experimentation

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

16th - college closed (Tues 17th = Mon TT)

23rd January

Component 2 - Reviewing ideas crit presentation of ideas

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

27th – Holocaust Memorial Day 28th – Chinese New Year

30th January

Component 2 development of ideas Refinement of Experimentation 1

KA3 deadline Component 1 review

4th – World Cancer Day LGBT History Month (Feb) 2


Optional workshop 6th February

Develop a line of inquiry component 2 Identify personal investigation Experimenation 2

formative review

10th – non-teaching day

Half Term - 13th to 17th February 20th February

Inquiry component 2 Presenation of ideas for personal investigation

peer review

20th – World Justice Day

27th February

Review and target setting

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

2nd – World Book Day

6th March

Mock week component 2 independent development

13th March

Component 2 development Optional workshop

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

Subject Reviews (3 weeks)

20th March

Component 2 development

1:1 Formative assessment (student to record in tutorial notebook)

20th – International Day of Happiness

27th March

review portfolio for KA 4

KA4 deadline

3rd April - Autism Awareness Week

Mock week (no teaching) 8th – International Women’s Day

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Easter Holiday – 3rd April to 14th April 17th April

Component 2 development preparation for controlled assessments

24th April

Exam week week 1

27th - Parents’ Evening

1st May

Exam week2 Final hand in component 2

1st – Bank Holiday 3rd – World Press Freedom Day

8th May

complete and install final exhibition l

Bank Holiday Monday

15th May

End of year Exhibition

22nd May

Final submission Component 1

Formative assessment notes on blogs

19th – KA5 deadline

17th – Easter Monday

Mental Health Awareness week

Half term – 29th May to 2nd June 5th June

study leave U6th begins

Summative assessments

12th June

Internal marking and moderation

19th June

Internal marking and moderation

20th – World Refugee Day

External Moderation

27th – non-teaching day

26th June

Course finishes

3rd July 10th July

14th – last day of term for students 4


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