Drawing and Mark Making in the Primary Art Curriculum
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- Leadership, Teaching & Learning, Curriculum
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When non-specialists and pupils think of drawing they think of a high;y, skilled talent that only a talented few can attain well. This session will show you how versatile and instinctive drawing can be; show you different drawing forms and styles and hopefully give you the confidence to teach drawing in new and exciting ways.
"Very useful, in articular how we assess"
"I’ve loved both of the sessions I’ve attended, they’ve given me so many ideas to share with the staff"
"Thank you very much. Given me lots of ideas about how to encourage the children to use their sketchbooks. I'll share with the staff."
"This has all been really helpful. Especially the fear of the blank pages and coffee stains :) "
Paul Carney is a nationally recognised art consultant having delivered specialist art INSET CPD in schools across the UK and for some of the UK’s leading training providers. He runs his highly successful art website; paulcarneyarts.com which provides high quality teaching resources and advice to teachers around the world. He has twenty years teaching experience at Primary, Secondary and post-16 levels of education, is an Advanced Skills Teacher, ex-Subject Leader and was a member of the DfE Expert Advisory Group for Art and Design. In addition to this he was a member of the NSEAD Curriculum Writing Group that wrote the art curriculum competencies, more formally called the: 'Framework for Progression, Planning for Learning, Assessment, Recording and Reporting 2014'. Together with Susan Coles and Simon Chubb, he wrote an entire primary art and design curriculum for Kapow education; recording training videos for each lesson in a London recording studio. Recently, he has produced video recorded training content for Mary Myatt, the National College and Access Art. His latest book, Drawing to Learn Anything was published by Loughborough Design Press in April 2021, which follows on from his 2018 book Drawing for Science Invention and Discovery, that had a foreword by Professor Alice Roberts.