Students will be introduced to a variety of experiences that explore a range of art media, processes and techniques. Students will explore the use of drawing for different purposes, using a variety of methods and media on a variety of scales. Students will use sketchbooks to support their work. Students will explore relevant images, artefacts and resources relating to a range of art, craft and design, from the past and from recent times.
Component 1: Personal investigation
96 marks 60% of A-level
Non-exam assessment (NEA) set and marked by the centre and moderated by AQA during a visit to the centre. Visits will normally take place in June.
Component 2: Externally set assignment
Response to an externally set assignment
Preparatory period + 15 hours supervised time
96 marks 40% of A-level
Non-exam assessment (NEA) set by AQA, marked by the centre and moderated by AQA during a visit to the centre. Visits will normally take place in June.
A degree in art can lead you to university courses and employment into a wide range of careers including graphics, illustration, freelance work, teaching, the media and research. It will develop a wide range of skills such as independent thought, problem solving, attention to detail, research, communication, team work etc. making it an ideal choice to bridge science and humanity subjects.
Immanuel College is a mixed Church of England secondary school and sixth form located in the City of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England