Project ID - TIS001382
GCSE ART & Design

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Project offered at

Ulidia Integrated College
BT38 7JL


Tiffany Watson

Student Skills

Art & Design: any on the following painting, drawing, textiles, paintmaking, photoshop, spraypaint.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Leaning key GCSE Art skills for their portfolio Improve painting/drawing creating a large wallpaper final piece Lean basic Photoshop

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Be able to demonstrate key Artistic skills, show students how to paint correctly, guide them to follow teacher photoshop instructions or help them if they can't remember. You will always be assisting the teacher in a class.

Extra Information

You will be helping students with GCSE Art & Design skills in class for their wallpaper design project. This will range from, drawing, painting, printing to photoshop. The teacher will show all demonstrations, you will then assist pupils artistic development in the lesson/give advice. Help in the classroom. Small and lovely group to work with. From Tuesday lunch to 15:10. Week 1 13:30-15:10 week2 12:40-15:10

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