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15/08/19

Well done to Emily who has secured an apprenticeship in Data Analysis with ⁦ https://t.co/piMmHY8Fr0

15/08/19

Huge congratulations to Xavier, heading to Warwick to read engineering & Raphael to Manchester to read politics & philosophy https://t.co/ZTN9JN5mIk

15/08/19

Congratulations to all of our students collecting their results today. We wish you all the very best - keep in touch!

15/08/19

Congratulations to Reuben who achieved A* A* A A & will be reading Economics at Warwick & Jules who achieved A* A A & will be reading automotive engineering at Loughborough https://t.co/FoRHlk6IjU

15/08/19

Well done to Destiny! Has secured a degree led apprenticeship with ⁦ https://t.co/HzFCXnKoL5

15/08/19

Good luck to all our amazing, hardworking students as they pickup their A Level results today.

14/08/19

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Good luck to our students tomorrow who are getting their !! https://t.co/9ECVzS11BD

22/07/19

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Stunning run by the U13 mixed 4x100m team. Finishing a close 2nd. https://t.co/6S2lEFcs6i

22/07/19

Well done!! Maths & Commerce Winners https://t.co/PyoApfKxhV

22/07/19

Well done to Science & Tech, winners of the year 10 shuttle relay ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ https://t.co/PepPciT72Z

22/07/19

Sports Day in full swing https://t.co/Udf4BFyCi4

20/07/19

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What a day! https://t.co/PTQ9IkI5Kh

20/07/19

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The U15 boys 4x200m team being announced to the https://t.co/886GmN75vv

20/07/19

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What a fantastic experience for the relay teams today . Thanks for making it possible! https://t.co/vRYbBrtWSK

18/07/19

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A thoroughly enjoyable day at the London Stadium for the Borough connect relays. Pleased to announce all teams have qualified for Saturdays final prior to the meeting. https://t.co/UvSS5RWAcK

18/07/19

Grease is SOLD OUT. All tickets have been sold for our performance tonight. if you have not already purchased a ticket as unfortunately you will not be able to watch the show. https://t.co/LZ0qvszFBm

18/07/19

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All set and ready to go for the borough connect relays at the . Good luck to all students. https://t.co/zVnuJRCYvK

17/07/19

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Well done to all staff and students for securing the gold mark for the second successive year. https://t.co/WxkzKDj0mT

17/07/19

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Well done to Abdullah and Aurel who were part of the U14 winning team. https://t.co/tII0dY2apU

16/07/19

Lets hear it for the back room boys. Preparing for the amazing production of at HCACP. Opens tomorrow. https://t.co/a2ilqhPEk6

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Art & Design

Year 7 overview

 
Overview Autumn Term:
  • Students will complete a baseline test to gauge prior knowledge.
  • Students will learn the basics of drawing, exploring different types of pencil as well as artists’ work.
  • Students will experiment with a variety of drawing techniques and will learn about observational drawing, completing a tonal study of an observed resource.
  • Students will be introduced to colour theory and will examine different colour groups through a painting activity.
  • Students will learn about colour groups and will be introduced to a variety of painting techniques.
  • Students will learn how different colours can be used together to achieve different effects.
  • Students will complete various homeworks based on the units.
 
Overview Spring Term:
  • Students will continue colour theory and painting from Autumn Term.
  • Students will design and construct a three dimensional sculpture based on the two dimensional information gathered so far. This might involve creating a maquette and various materials tests.
  • Students to continue making a three dimensional sculpture from Spring Term. Students to learn about various artists linked to the project.
  • Students will complete various homeworks based on the unit.
 
Overview Summer Term:
  • Students will finish and decorate their 3D constructions, using a range of materials and experimenting with using paint and colour in a variety of ways.
  • Students to complete sculpture work with colour and decoration.
  • Students will complete various homeworks based on the project.
 

Assessments:

Students are assessed regularly throughout the year and there are three assessment points which are reported back to parents.
 

Homework:

Set every two weeks and students can access this online on ShowMy Homework. Students can use the Art area after Academy hours if they need support or materials.
 

Events and Trips:

There is sometimes an Art based activity on one of the Thematic Days.
 

Other resources

Websites:
www.tate.org.uk
www.nationalgallery.org.uk
www.npg.org.uk
www.whitechapelgallery.org.uk
www.saatchigallery.com
www.vam.ac.uk
www.royalacademy.org.uk
www.corthauld.ac.uk
www.britishmuseum.org
www.barbican.org.uk
www.southbankcentre.co.uk
www.courthauld.ac.uk
 
Books, Articles and other Resources:
Ways of Seeing - John Berger
Shock of the New - Robert Hughes
This is Modern - Art Matthew Collings
The Story of Art - E.H Gombrich
 
Departmental blog, website, twitter etc.
hcacpart.blogspot.co.uk

Year 8 overwiew 

 
Overview Autumn Term:
  • Students will complete an accurate, observational self-portrait using tone and/ or colour.
  • Students will learn how to draw the proportions of the human face as accurately as possible, paying attention to shape and form.
  • Students will simplify their portrait drawings and will examine the work of The German Expressionists, looking at their use of limited tone.
  • Students will add ink to their simplified drawings and will construct a collage, leading to collagraph prints.
  • Students will produce various homeworks based on the unit.
 
Overview Spring Term:
  • Students will continue and complete their collage ready for printing. They will then take a variety of collagraph prints from their collage using a variety of colours.
  • Students will create a design based on their previous portrait work ready to be developed into a three dimensional low relief clay piece.
  • Students will be introduced to clay.
  • Students will produce various homeworks based on the unit.
 
Overview Summer Term:
  • Students will produce a clay piece based on their designs.
  • Students will decorate their clay piece using appropriate finishes.
  • Students will produce various homeworks based on the unit.

Assessments:

Students are assessed regularly throughout the year and there are three assessment points which are reported back to parents.
 

Homework:

Set every two weeks and students can access this online on ShowMy Homework. Students can use the Art area after Academy hours if they need support or materials.
 

Events and Trips:

There is sometimes an Art based activity on one of the Thematic Days.
 

Other resources:

Websites:
www.tate.org.uk
www.nationalgallery.org.uk
www.npg.org.uk
www.whitechapelgallery.org.uk
www.saatchigallery.com
www.vam.ac.uk
www.royalacademy.org.uk
www.corthauld.ac.uk
www.britishmuseum.org
www.barbican.org.uk
www.southbankcentre.co.uk
www.courthauld.ac.uk
 
Books, Articles and other Resources:
Ways of Seeing - John Berger
Shock of the New - Robert Hughes
This is Modern - Art Matthew Collings
The Story of Art - E.H Gombrich
 
 

Year 9 overview

Overview Autumn Term:
Personal Portfolio. Induction Course. Work based on ‘Natural Forms’ and the work of Henry Moore. Observed studies through to clay work. Various homeworks based on the unit.
 
Overview Spring Term:
Personal Portfolio. Continue clay work.  Second unit ‘Man/Machine’ based on self- portraits and observed studies of factory made mechanical parts through to a painting.
Various homeworks based on the unit.
 
Overview Summer Term:
Personal Portfolio. Continue and complete ‘Man/Machine’ painting and decorate ‘Natural Forms’ clay piece.
Various homeworks based on the unit.
 

Assessments:

Students are regularly assessed using the exam board assessment sheet. Assessments are reported to parents three times during the year.
 

Homework:

Set weekly and is online on ShowMy Homework.
 

Other resources:

Websites:
www.tate.org.uk
www.nationalgallery.org.uk
www.npg.org.uk
www.whitechapelgallery.org.uk
www.saatchigallery.com
www.vam.ac.uk
www.royalacademy.org.uk
www.corthauld.ac.uk
www.britishmuseum.org
www.barbican.org.uk
www.southbankcentre.co.uk
www.courthauld.ac.uk
 
Books, Articles and other Resources:
Ways of Seeing - John Berger
Shock of the New - Robert Hughes
This is Modern - Art Matthew Collings
The Story of Art - E.H Gombrich
 
 

Year 10 overview

 
Overview Autumn Term:
Personal Portfolio. Work linked to ‘Safely Contained’ project. Observed studies through to repeat lino print.
Various homeworks based on the unit.
 
Overview Spring Term:
Personal Portfolio. Preparation for Year 10 exam (eight weeks) based on project title.
10 hour exam in March.
Completion of print project and introduction to ‘Identity’ project. Start of observed studies.
Various homeworks based on the unit.
 
Overview Summer Term:
Personal Portfolio. Continue research and development for ‘Identity’ project.
Various homeworks based on the unit.
 

Assessments:

Students are regularly assessed using the exam board assessment sheet. Assessments are reported to parents three times during the year.
 

Homework:

Set weekly and is online on ShowMy Homework.
 

Other resources:

Websites:
www.tate.org.uk
www.nationalgallery.org.uk
www.npg.org.uk
www.whitechapelgallery.org.uk
www.saatchigallery.com
www.vam.ac.uk
www.royalacademy.org.uk
www.corthauld.ac.uk
www.britishmuseum.org
www.barbican.org.uk
www.southbankcentre.co.uk
www.courthauld.ac.uk
 
Books, Articles and other Resources:
Ways of Seeing - John Berger
Shock of the New - Robert Hughes
This is Modern - Art Matthew Collings
The Story of Art - E.H Gombrich
 
 

Year 11 overview

 
Overview Autumn Term:
Personal Portfolio. Continue ‘Identity’ project. Visit to Tate Modern gallery in September to inform project work. Completion of portfolio work.
Various homeworks based on the unit.
 
Overview Spring Term:
10 hour mock exam in January.
Completion of Portfolio work. Externally Set Assignment. Exam paper out February then eight weeks preparatory time for timed test.
Various homeworks based on the unit.
 
Overview Summer Term:
Externally Set Assignment. 10 hour timed test in May.
Portfolio completion until moderator visit at exhibition in June.
 

Assessments:

Students are regularly assessed using the exam board assessment sheet. Assessments are reported to parents three times during the year.
 

Homework:

Set weekly and is online on ShowMy Homework.
 

Events and Trips:

Tate Modern in September
 

Other resources:

Websites:
www.tate.org.uk
www.nationalgallery.org.uk
www.npg.org.uk
www.whitechapelgallery.org.uk
www.saatchigallery.com
www.vam.ac.uk
www.royalacademy.org.uk
www.corthauld.ac.uk
www.britishmuseum.org
www.barbican.org.uk
www.southbankcentre.co.uk
www.courthauld.ac.uk
 
Books, Articles and other Resources:
Ways of Seeing - John Berger
Shock of the New - Robert Hughes
This is Modern - Art Matthew Collings
The Story of Art - E.H Gombrich
 
 

Year 12 overview

 
Overview Autumn Term:
Component 1: Personal Investigation:
Induction Course designed to equip students with skills and concepts required to embark on a personal assignment for Unit 1.
Negotiated personal responses to assignment theme.
Assessment worth 50% of final AS grade.
 
Overview Spring Term:
Component 1: Personal Investigation:
Negotiated personal responses to assignment theme.
Assessment worth 50% of final AS grade.
 
Component 2: Externally Set Assignment:
Centre launch of the given theme.
Students embark on their personal assignment.
Assessment worth 50% of final AS grade.
 
Overview Summer Term:
Component 2 Externally Set Assignment:
Negotiated personal responses to set assignment. Unaided final work in exam conditions (10 hours).
 
Assessment worth 50% of final AS grade.
 
Component 3(A Level): Personal Investigation
Introduction to two linked elements Personal Study (min 1000 words) and Practical work. Exploratory stage.
Assessment worth 60% of final A Level grade, Personal Study worth 12%.
 

Assessments:

Regular assessment using exam board assessment sheets.
 

Homework:

All tasks are studio/home based. Students are expected to work approximately 5 hours outside of timetabled lessons a week.
 

Events and Trips:

Students organise their own visits to museums and galleries in their spare time.
 

Other resources:

Websites:
www.tate.org.uk
www.nationalgallery.org.uk
www.npg.org.uk
www.whitechapelgallery.org.uk
www.saatchigallery.com
www.vam.ac.uk
www.royalacademy.org.uk
www.corthauld.ac.uk
www.britishmuseum.org
www.barbican.org.uk
www.southbankcentre.co.uk
www.courthauld.ac.uk
 
Books, Articles and other Resources:
The Story of Art  E.H Gombrich
Art and Illusion   E.H Gombrich
Ways of Seeing    John Berger
Shock of the New  Robert Hughes
Old Mistresses; Women, Art and Idealogy   Griselda Pollock and Rozsika Parker
Blimey!-From Bohemia to Britpop: London Art World from Francis Bacon to Damien Hirst    Matthew Collings
This is Modern Art Matthew Collings
High Art Lite   Julian Stallabrass
What the Butler Saw: Selected Writings (interviews with artists)  Stuart Morgan
Against Interpretation and other Essays  Susan Sontag
Conceptual Art   Tony Godfrey
 
Photography
Camera Lucida  Roland Barthes
On Photography Susan Sontag
The Ongoing Moment  Geoff Dyer
Zona  Geoff Dyer (about film)
 
Sculpture/Space
Poetics of Space  Gaston Barthes
Modern Sculpture Reader  Edited by Jon Wood, David Hulks and Alex Potts
 
Drawing
The Drawing Book, edited by Tania Kovats
The Drawing Book Sarah Simblett
 
Contemporary Art Magazines
Frieze
Art Monthly
Tate
Art Forum
 
Educational Visits: e.g. museums, galleries, places of interest etc.
Students organise their own visits to museums and galleries in their spare time.
 

Year 13 overview

 
Overview Autumn Term:
Component 3 Coursework Focus:
Personal Written Study and Practical Work, Developmental Stage.
Synthesising ideas and presenting finished work for both elements.
Assessment worth 60% of final A2 grade.
 
Overview Spring Term:
Component 4 Externally Set Assignment Focus: Centre launch of the given theme.
Students embark on their personal assignment.
Assessment worth 40% of final A2 grade.
 
Overview Summer Term:
Component 4 Externally Set Assignment Focus:
Negotiated personal responses to set assignment. Unaided final work in exam conditions (15 hours).
Assessment worth 40% of final A2 grade.
 

Assessments:

Regular assessment using exam board assessment sheets.
 

Homework:

All tasks are studio/home based. Students are expected to work approximately 5 hours outside of timetabled lessons a week.
 

Events and Trips:

Students organise their own visits to museums and galleries in their spare time.
 

Other resources:

Websites:
www.tate.org.uk
www.nationalgallery.org.uk
www.npg.org.uk
www.whitechapelgallery.org.uk
www.saatchigallery.com
www.vam.ac.uk
www.royalacademy.org.uk
www.corthauld.ac.uk
www.britishmuseum.org
www.barbican.org.uk
www.southbankcentre.co.uk
www.courthauld.ac.uk
 
Books, Articles and other Resources:
The Story of Art  E.H Gombrich
Art and Illusion   E.H Gombrich
Ways of Seeing    John Berger
Shock of the New  Robert Hughes
Old Mistresses; Women, Art and Idealogy   Griselda Pollock and Rozsika Parker
Blimey!-From Bohemia to Britpop: London Art World from Francis Bacon to Damien Hirst    Matthew Collings
This is Modern Art Matthew Collings
High Art Lite   Julian Stallabrass
What the Butler Saw: Selected Writings (interviews with artists)  Stuart Morgan
Against Interpretation and other Essays  Susan Sontag
Conceptual Art   Tony Godfrey
 
Photography
Camera Lucida  Roland Barthes
On Photography Susan Sontag
The Ongoing Moment  Geoff Dyer
Zona  Geoff Dyer (about film)
 
Sculpture/Space
Poetics of Space  Gaston Barthes
Modern Sculpture Reader  Edited by Jon Wood, David Hulks and Alex Potts
 
Drawing
The Drawing Book, edited by Tania Kovats
The Drawing Book Sarah Simblett
 
Contemporary Art Magazines
Frieze
Art Monthly
Tate
Art Forum
 
Educational Visits: e.g. museums, galleries, places of interest etc.
Students organise their own visits to museums and galleries in their spare time.