Link projects with work in PHSE and citizenship to enable
children to consider how changes in industry, society and
attitudes affected the people of the Victorian era, and how
some of those changes still affect our society today.
Art and Design
Unit 3A. Portraying relationships
Unit 3B. Investigating pattern
Unit 5A. Objects and meanings
Unit 5C. Talking textiles
Unit 6A. People in action
Unit 6C. A sense of place
Unit 9gen. Visiting a museum, gallery or site
Unit 2. What were homes like a long time ago?
Unit 1. How are our toys different from those in the past?
Unit 3. What were seaside holidays like in the past?
Unit 12. How did life change in our locality in Victorian times?
NSEAD Units of work
Imaginative plants and flowers and computer generated design
Ashfield, Art Nouveau, mathematical shapes, patterns, motifs, flowers, plants, stencils, floral designs, Eugene Grasset, Arts and Crafts Movement,
William Morris, Victorians, William Burgess, computers, fabric, textiles, printing, IT
Jewellery, plaster casting and the Celts
Ashfield, Celts, Celtic, animals, pattern, Mabinogion, clay, jewellery, plaster casting, incising, casts, relief tiles, Myths and Legends, Book of Kells,
Ireland, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Elizabethans, Victorians
Hughes, clay, relief, tiles, texture, animals, decoration, Pre-Raphaelite, Morris, Persian, Moorish, Martin Brothers, de Morgan, ceramics, design
Photography and the Victorians
Hay, Victorian, photograph, photography, print, identity, tableaux, costume, image, history, pinhole, camera, family tree, lifestyle, society, composition, expression, ADDICT
Meager, Christmas, design, decoration, wrapping paper, pattern, cards, celebration
Hay, print, printmaking, pattern, positive, ink
Back issues available in the STart archive (members only)
Issue 3, 2003, p6
Paul Long introduces a new website for art teachers working from nature
Issue 4, 2003, p4
Hands on in the Classroom
Michele Claire Kitto explores the theme of angels Christmas