Photograph AS level at Beechwood School
The course offers an introduction to Photography within a framework of general Art and Design issues such as contextual awareness. The course will explore how photography is used to convey messages and create works in other graphic disciplines, such as magazine advertisements.
Work will form a means of personal enquiry and expression involving the selection and manipulation of images. Students must employ creative approaches which go beyond mere observation and recording.
The aim of the course is to develop independent and self-motivated and confident photographic practice. Units cover studio, digital practices, as well as the history and theory of Art, Photography and Film to help contextualise and inform the development of the students’ work.
Coursework portfolio: 60% Coursework and 40% Exam Exam time over 15 hours.
The qualification may prepare learners for employment in the Creative Media industries, and can also provide progression to higher education.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Beechwood School directly.