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SIBFORD SIXTH FORM


Art: Fine Art


ENTRY REQUIREMENT GCSE Art Grade 6 / Textiles Grade 6 / 3D Design Grade 6


The A Level course in Fine Art allows students to extend and develop their skills in a wide range of media. Students are encouraged to pursue their own particular interests, be that painting, film and video, sculpture, mixed media or printmaking. They are encouraged to explore and refine ideas, taking into account their own emerging personal style. Recording information through drawing or related means, forms the basis of these studies. The course fosters independent learning and research skills in students, whilst providing them with a solid grounding in practical techniques. Critical and contextual studies are fundamental. Sibford Sixth Form Art students benefit from having their own personal studio space in which they can work at any time throughout the day.


Component 01: Personal Investigation Non exam assessment (internally assessed and externally moderated) • 120 marks • 60% of the total A Level.


This component involves: A portfolio of practical work demonstrating a personal response to a starting point. A related personal study (1000+ words).


Component 02: Externally set task An externally set project culminating in a 15 hour exam (internally assessed and externally moderated) • 80 marks • 40% of the total A Level. The exam board will provide learners with a choice of theme, briefs and stimuli.


Please note: this course is a two year course.


A Level Exam Board: OCR


A Level work produced by 2018 leavers Alex and Shin.


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