Self Assessment – Art

Self assessment sheets detail the learning objectives that are taught within each given unit and subject. These objectives are separated into those required to meet the Expected Standard and those necessary to meet the Higher Standard. Separating the objectives in this way enables pupils to clearly identify what it is that they need to know in order to meet the expected or higher standard in each unit.

 

Key vocabulary relevant to each unit is also included in order to promote the use of Tier 3 vocabulary across the curriculum.

Year 3

Year 4

Year 6

Assessment in Art follows a prescribed process of delivery

Self assessment sheets are stuck into pupils’ sketchbooks at the beginning of each unit and referenced throughout the unit.

 

Under ‘Self’, Pupils assess whether they feel they have met by ticking () the relevant objective on their Learning Objective strip.

 

Teachers provide their own assessment by ticking () the relevant box under ‘Teacher’ on the Learning Objective strip.

At the beginning of the unit

  • Pupils are given at the beginning of the year a Self-Assessment Booklet. This booklet is then kept in pupils’ trays.
  • Pupils read and discuss the learning and vocabulary for the unit.

Throughout the unit

  • Pupils take part in verbal and demonstrative Self-Quizzing activities
  • Pupils and teachers assess knowledge and understanding by actioning the Self-Assessment Booklets in the pupils trays

At the end of the unit