- Enjoy using a variety of malleable media such as clay, papier mache, salt dough.
- Impress and apply simple decoration.
- Cut shapes using scissors and other modelling tools.
- Build a construction/ sculpture using a variety of objects e.g. recycled, natural and manmade materials.
- Look and talk about what they have produced, describing simple techniques and media used.
- Continue to manipulate malleable materials in a variety of ways including rolling, pinching and kneading.
- Impress and apply simple decoration techniques: impressed, painted, applied.
- Use tools and equipment safely and in the correct way.
- Explore the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers.
- Look at and talk about own work and that of other artists and the techniques they had used.
- Shape, form, construct and model from observation and imagination.
- Use a sketchbook to plan and develop simple ideas and making simple informed choices in media.
- Demonstrate experience in surface patterns/ textures and use them when appropriate.
- Explore carving as a form of 3D art.
- Identify changes they might make or how their work could be developed further.
- Learn to secure work to continue at a later date.
- Join two parts successfully.
- Produce more intricate surface patterns/ textures and use them when appropriate.
- Produce objects using pinch/ slab/ coil techniques.
- Make a slip to join two pieces of clay.
- Gain more confidence in carving as a form of 3D art.
- Demonstrate awareness in environmental sculpture and found object art.
- Discuss and review own and others work, expressing thoughts and feelings, and identify modifications/ changes and see how they can be developed further.
- Further explore a range of great artists, architects and designers in history.
- Show experience in combining pinch, slabbing and coiling to produce end pieces.
- Develop understanding of different ways of finishing work: glaze, paint, polish.
- Confidently carve a simple form.
- Model over an armature: eg. newspaper frame for Modroc.
- Use recycled, natural and man‐made materials to create sculptures.
- Compare the style of different styles and approaches: eg. Moore vs Aztec sculpture.
- Demonstrate experience in relief and freestanding work using a range of media.
- Recognise sculptural forms in the environment: Furniture, buildings.