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Fine Art

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Results 2017

100% A*

Results 2018

100% A*-A

Results 2019

100% A*

Course Leader

Debra Pascoe

Examination Board




Practical examination

What will you study?

In Year 12 you will produce a portfolio that will consist of two coursework units that reflect your ideas, skills and use of media. In Year 13 you will develop your practical work, gaining greater expertise through practical application of a range of media. You will write a personal investigation (1,000-3,000 words) which will be a visual Presentation on a chosen topic, that you would have started in Year 12.

For the Fine Art Examination you will select a question from the paper to explore during a six week period before executing a final piece under controlled examination conditions.

You will develop your observational drawing skills and have the opportunity to explore Painting, Printmaking,

Batik and Photography together with contextual studies in order to gain knowledge and understanding of Art History as it relates to your practical work. In Year 13 you will write a visual Personal Investigation (1,000-3,000 words) on a topic related to Art.

Future Pathways

Creativity and developing your ideas and skills are key elements that are useful in many occupations. Fine Art offers access to a wider range of courses including: 2D and 3D Animation, Illustration, Fine Art, History of Art, Photography, Visual Communication, Design, Architecture, Interior Design, Game Design, Sculpture, Printmaking, Applied Arts, Industrial Design and Digital Media. 


Extra Curricular Opportunities

Attend university lectures

Mentor younger Art students