Project ID - TIS001273
To assist with delivering Art and Design to Key Stage 3 and 4 Students. Project Aims: - To help and assist students with their work. - To help develop students skills in different areas of art. - To design a workshop for approximately 19 Year 11 students in a discipline of your choice encompassing the Art Nouveau movement.


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Project offered at

Fort Hill College
LISBURN
BT27 4TL

Contact

Anne-Marie Curran

Student Skills

Skilled and knowledgeable in different disciplines of Art and Design. - Ceramics

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils to produce a piece of work for their GCSE portfolio.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Experience of teaching within a Post-Primary classroom.

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