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Art

At St Paul鈥檚 Juniors, pupils receive a full and effective aesthetic education through a wide range of practical working methods and media.

The programmes of study are designed to build confidence, foster teamwork, develop independent critical thinking and, crucially, an interest in the wider world.

In the Art Department, pupils are given creative tasks that stimulate their imagination and intellect, challenging them to explore new ideas whilst extending and developing their artistic skills to a high standard. Through the study of historical and contemporary events and art from around the world, pupils learn to appreciate how art shapes history, the modern world and our British culture.

Pupils have a positive and enjoyable experience in two well-equipped studios and are taught by speacialist art teachers. A variety of lunchtime clubs are on offer to allow pupils to explore their own creative interests and to receive on-on-one tutoring. Additional workshops and guest speakers are organised in-house and in conjunction with the Parents鈥 Art Association – further enriching the pupils鈥 artistic education.

Gallery

Lower First comic strip
Lower Second Impressionist landscape painting
Lower Second Impressionist landscape painting
Lower Second Impressionist landscape painting
Lower Third charcoal drawing of tools
Lower Third charcoal drawing of tools
Lower Third monotypes with hand-colouring
Lower Third monotypes with hand-colouring
Lower Third monotypes with hand-colouring
Lower Third monotypes with hand-colouring
Lower Third monotypes with hand-colouring
Lower Third Inside-Outside painting
Lower Third 'New Currencies' banknote dry point print
Lower Third 'New Currencies' banknote dry point print
Lower Third 'New Currencies' banknote dry point print
Lower Third 'New Currencies' banknote dry point print
Lower Third tools studies - colour dry point
Lower Third tools studies - colour dry point
Lower Third tools studies - colour dry point
Upper First comic strip
Upper First fish painting
Upper First fish painting
Upper First 'killer monster plant' painting
Upper First 'killer monster plant' painting
Upper First 'killer monster plant' painting
Upper First 'killer monster plant' painting
Upper First 'link' paintings
Upper First robot masks
Upper First watercolour composition
Upper First watercolour composition
Upper Second drawing of the Ramayana
Upper Second Abstract flower painting
Upper Second cakes lino cut
Upper Second cakes lino cut
Upper Second chicken collage study
Upper Second chicken screen print
Upper Second chicken screen print
Upper Second chicken screen print
Upper Second chicken screen print
Upper Second Cubist art painting
Upper Second Cubist art painting
Upper Second Cubist art painting
Upper Second Ramayana study
Upper Third protest paintings
Upper Third protest paintings
Upper Third colonialism ink drawing
Upper Third double-sided portrait painting
Upper Third double-sided portrait painting
Upper Third double-sided portrait painting
Upper Third double-sided portrait painting
Upper Third images of colonialism study
Upper Third oil study of still life
Upper Third oil study of still life
Upper Third oil study of still life
Upper Third oil study of still life
Upper Third oil study of still life
Upper Third oil study of still life
Upper Third oil study of still life
Upper Third oil study of still life
Upper Third oil study of still life