Fine Art & Design A Level at Bordesley Green Girls' School & Sixth Form
This course will offer you the following:
The first year of the course focuses on developing and exploring Knowledge skills and understanding with the opportunity to complete a Set Task in May. You will enhance your learning by visiting galleries, working with an artist and drawing outside the classroom environment. Investigating and researching the work of artists is an integral part of the course and you will develop aesthetic understanding and critical judgement.
The second year of the course combines a personal investigation ( practical portfolio and related written essay of between 2000-3000 words) and a 15 hour set task. You will receive the Externally Set Task paper in February and sit the examination in May
AS Level : Natural Form
You will explore the formal elements of drawing, develop existing skills and learn new techniques. You will develop your investigative, imaginative, creative and intuitive capabilities. You will receive your paper for Externally Set Task in January and sit the examination in May.
5 grade A-C Including English Language, Mathematics
C or Merit in Art Related Course at GCSE/Level 2 & Portfolio prensentation
AS and A Level Paper Option and How it will be examined
AS : SET TASK 100% ( Stand alone qualification)
A2 Personal investigation 60%
Externally Set Task 40%
- 16-19 TWM card is available
- Bursaries are offered to students (subject to qualifying criteria)
These qualifications offer learners an opportunity to fully develop and explore their chosen specialism, whilst expanding their knowledge, understanding and skills in a range of specialist areas. Learners will develop a deep understanding of their chosen
specialism and the ability to critically evaluate their own work and the work of others. Learners are able to tailor their course to fit their individual needs, choices and aspirations in order to follow their chosen progression route through to Further or
Higher Education or the workplace.
Please contact the school on 0121 464 1881 and ask for Ann Hillier (course lead) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to apply
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