Our Photography curriculum aims to encourage students to develop their Intellectual, imaginative, creative and intuitive capabilities. It enables students to develop a wide range of skills including: Investigative, analytical, experimental, practical, technical and expressive skills, aesthetic understanding and critical judgement.
Through our Photography curriculum students will develop independence of mind in developing, refining and communicating their own ideas, their own intentions and their own personal outcomes.
Our curriculum actively encourages a curiosity, an interest in, enthusiasm for, and enjoyment of art and photography. Students are equipped with the skills to discuss, question and explore historical and contemporary issues around self, gender, race and ethnicity.
Students gain experience of working with a broad range of media, materials, processes and techniques and develop an understanding of the interrelationships between art, photography and design processes and an awareness of the contexts in which they operate.
Our Photography curriculum provides knowledge and experience of real-world contexts and links to the creative industries including knowledge and understanding of art, photography, media and technologies in contemporary and past societies and ethnically diverse cultures.
Through our Photography curriculum student develop resilience, determination and independence to become confident practitioners.