We want the School to be a Gallery. As people walk in they should see computers, technology, sports fields, science labs and other visible signs of a broad curriculum. Art has to play a major role in promoting the school values which are based on creating students with a broad view of the world.
The Artwork is of a very high standard and students should reflect on how high quality is reached. In the case of art, there is relentless hard work which produces the high quality at the end. In this world where things happen very quickly on MTV, You Tube and digitals visuals, the craftsmanship in some of the artwork takes a long time to reach perfection. This is a great example to young students.
Good Art raises aspirations and makes people think. The work produced by our students does this every day to nearly 1,700 students.
On behalf of staff members: Mrs Johnson, Mrs Callcut, Miss Bailey, Mrs Shipley, Mr Haggett, Mr Lewin, Miss Bailey and Mrs Jones....
Welcome to the Art and Design Department.
Students and parents are encouraged to keep up to date with the blog. It gives you all the latest news, assessments, exam dates and of course lots of photographs of ongoing work. For up to the minute info - please also follow us on twitter (check out the twitter feed near the bottom of this page).
Feel free to email any of the staff if you require specific information. You can also respond to any of the posts below!
- Chellaston Academy Art Department
- This blog is devoted to students working with Chellaston Academy Art Department, and features examples of the fantastic work they produce (Key stages 3, 4 and 5... Years 7 - 13). Please feel free to leave constructive comments - and if you are an attending pupil, we would love to hear from you. If you have any ideas for the site, requests for help/ideas with your current project or work you would like to see on this page - please speak to your current Art Teacher who will advise you how to submit your post. Don't forget - this page only displays the most recent posts... please use the archive link tree at the bottom of the page to visit older items. Please also visit the Learning Platform for lots more information. If you have any questions please post a message on the blog. Alternatively Mr Charles an be contacted at email@example.com