At Holy Writ High School & Jr. College, the arts (fine arts, drama, music, movement) have always been an integrated part of our curriculum. We weave the arts into our core classroom curricula as well as teach specific artistic skills and abilities.
Art instruction helps children with the development of motor skills, language skills, social skills, decision- making, risk-taking, and inventiveness. We have special art room & Art instructor to cultivate the artistic temperament in student and to provide the opportunity to think something out of the box to make them better individual.
Class teachers complete a daily plan for each art and design lesson. These list the specific learning objectives for each lesson and give details of how to teach the lessons. The class teacher keeps these individual plans, and the class teacher and subject leader often discuss them on an informal basis. We plan the activities in art and design so that they build upon the prior learning of the children. While we give children of all abilities opportunity to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding, we also build planned progression into the scheme of work, so that there is an increasing challenge for the children as they move up through the school. A summative assessment sheet is completed at the end of each year and passed to the next teacher.