In Art, we want to develop and extend the pupils' visual curiosity, creativity, enquiry and aesthetic sensitivity to both the natural and synthetic world. We will enable the children to respond and enjoy expressing their ideas, feelings and imagination using visual media and practical manipulative skills. Children work individually and within a group to develop the social and personal skills. Art is not taught in isolation, wherever appropriate it is linked to other areas of the curriculum and gives children opportunities to develop specific art skills. A high-quality art and design education intends to engage and inspire children, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to experiment, invent and create their own works of art. They should also know how art and design contributes, shapes and reflects our history.