Photography A Level at Sponne School
This area of study will enable students to record and document the visual world. The specialism allows access to a full range of photographic experiences from experimental printing to use of digital imaging. Whilst students are expected to produce work of sound technical expertise, it will not be at the expense of developing sensitivity towards the creative potential of the medium and the imaginative application of such imagery. It is important that students explore social, cultural and critical issues, especially in relation to popular culture and mass media. A work journal will form a mandatory part of the course and assessment. It will be used by students to collect, select and sort images and materials, to record observations, develop ideas and organise a range of visual evidence – in other words a vital tool for supporting and developing the artistic process.
Grade C in Art
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Sponne School directly.