There are many different meanings of the words Apart and Together and how they can be interpreted in Art. Students interpreted the theme using various art technique and artist styles as starting points. The Art Department would like to take this opportunity to wish our students great success with their GCSE Exams.
The Art Master Classes are aimed at pupils and parents who have a love and enthusiasm for art and creativity. You don’t have to be a talented artist, just have bags of imagination and keen to work in partnership with your child. The sessions will be held in the dedicated art studios at Bishop Stopford’s School, Brick Lane, Enfield, Middlesex, EN1 3PU and lead by Miss P Robinson, Head of Art.
Session 1 – Drawing
Students and Parents explore different ways, collecting information to help produce a design
for their Silk Painting.
Session 2 – Silk Painting
Students and Parents investigate Silk Painting techniques using processes to help develop their designs onto Silk.
Session 3 – Silk Painting
Students and Parents learn how to present their work into a final piece of art finished and framed
Places are limited for the Art Master Class, prompt respond is required to ensure you do not miss out.
Each session will commence at 3.30pm and conclude at 4.30pm. The sessions will start on Friday 27th June 2014 , Friday 4th July 2014, conclude on Friday 11th July 2014.
Please complete the consent form and return it to your child’s primary school teacher before 6th June 2014.
Alternatively you can email Miss Robinson on email@example.com
or call 020 804 1906.
We look forward to working in
partnership with you.
Please download the PDF HERE detach and complete the form and return it to your child’s teacher.
GCSE Y11 Art Gallery Trip
During the Easter Break Y11 Art class visited The Saatchi Gallery. The trip was planned to help students develop work for their forthcoming 2014 Summer Art Exam Theme: ‘Order and or Disorder’.
The Saatchi Gallery is one of London’s leading galleries for emerging artists which presents an exhibition of 20 international artists, including many featured in Saatchi Art’s One-to-Watch and Invest in Art series which highlights emerging artists of particular note. All students conducted themselves accordingly and proved to be a great credit to our school.
“”Elijah said he benefited allot from the trip to the Saatchi gallery”
Regina Silva (Parent)
Our aim at Bishop Stopford’s School is to develop our students’ visual literacy, to enable them to discover and unleash their own creative potential.
The Art and Textiles Department has excellent accommodation; a considerable amount of new equipment, computers, printers and scanners as well as projectors for multi media presentations, and an exciting team of teachers committed to supporting the growth of our students’ creativity and achievement.
Students completed a body of coursework (60% of their overall GCSE grade) inspired by theme ‘Collections’. The self initiated theme allowed students to include their personal interests which included collections of favourite celebrities, colours, cartoon characters and places. Focussing on an artist style and a range of art techniques (acrylic, chalk, charcoal, ink and print).