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Textile Design

 

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Textile Design - KS3

The textile course was rewritten in January 2014 and it is proving highly popular at Key Stage 4. It is taught in a recently refurbished room that has been custom designed in order to make all types of textiles possible. If you choose to study this option you will be given the opportunity to study a range of techniques which include felt making, batik, screen printing, machine embroidery and weaving.

Year 7 Textiles      Year 7 Textiles    

COPIES OF ARTIST'S WORKS BY YEAR 7

 At the start of each new project, you will be given a theme and a brief that outlines what you will need to do. You will learn the processes involved in textile design and become more confident at sewing, knitting, experimenting with new techniques and materials.

   

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Textile Design - KS4

Course specifications: www.edexcel.com

The course consists of 60% coursework and 40% Externally Set Assignment. Coursework is graded on four assessment objectives and you will be expected to produce an A2 folder throughout the two years in order to evidence your developing skills and ideas.

                                  

Assessment Objective One: Critical and contextual studies (25% of coursework grade)

You will learn about the work of leading artists and Textile Designers whose ideas and working methods influence you. Although most of the research is completed visually, you will also need to support your ideas in writing. You will get help from your teachers to ensure that you feel confident about developing clear understanding about this objective.

     

YEAR 11 GCSE WORK 

Assessment Objective Two: Developing ideas and uses of materials (25% of coursework grade)

This Assessment Objective is arguably most students favorite. You will have the opportunity to use a wide range of materials to help you develop your skills and understanding. You will be allowed to work in variety of disciplines including print making, wax batik, free motion sewing and felt, you will also have the opportunity to use photography to create textile pieces. You will be encouraged to develop your ideas independently but your teachers will help you to arrive at your ideas.

          

 GCSE COURSEWORK

Assessment Objective Three: Recording from a range of experiences (25% of coursework grade)

 You will learn different methods of recording such as drawing from first and second hand experience, photography and using reference grids in order to make the process achievable for everyone. Some people think that they cannot draw, which is not true. By the end of the two years, every student on the course will feel confident in their abilities.

  

 

Assessment Objective Four: Producing a final outcome (25% of coursework grade)

All of your ideas are developed into a final product that can be completed in a technique or material of your choice. Your outcome will reflect the work that you have developed throughout your folder. The Externally Set Assignment is issued in February of Year 11 and you will be give approximately ten school weeks to complete a folder of work. The exam itself is ten hours and will take place over two days. It is graded in exactly the same way as the coursework.

                      

                                       KEY STAGE 4 REPEAT PATTERNS

The Externally Set Assignment is issued in February of Year 11 and you will be give approximately ten school weeks to complete a folder of work. The exam itself is ten hours and will take place over two days. It is graded in exactly the same way as the coursework.

Studying this course will provide you with many opportunities including: access to level 3 BTEC courses or A Levels, apprenticeships in the textile industry and further education in textiles or fashion design. It also helps in any career where you are expected to have an understanding about shape, pattern and form; careers include jewelry design, floristry, hairdressing, window dresser, costume designer and many more.

www.bournville.ac.uk/courses/diploma-in-foundation-studies-in-art

Birmingham City University : Art and Design - BTEC Level 3

 

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