Project ID - TIS001053
Undertake an art and design project depicting school life at Windmill Integrated Primary School with Key stage 2 pupils.


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Project offered at

Windmill Integrated Primary School
DUNGANNON
BT71 7BE

Contact

Sandra Ferguson

Student Skills

Art and Design- felting, tapestry work, internal and external murals, ceramics Ability to work with others

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will develop their art and design skills at an age appropriate / ability level. Pupils will have the opportunity to work with different mediums. Pupils will work together yo crest a large piece of work for display.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Student(s) will develop the confidence of working with others pupils and staffto undertake an Art project. Students will become more aware of the progression of Art and Design skills for pupils at a specific age / ability level.

Extra Information

The student(s) will work with Key Stage 2 pupils (p5- p7) and their class teachers and classroom assistants on an Art project.

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