Our Vision

The study of Art and Design at Hob Hill Primary School has been developed with our school motto of ‘Flourish and Achieve as Unique Creations of God’ as its guiding principle with the aim to stimulate creativity and imagination amongst our children, providing them with visual, tactile and sensory experiences, to enhance their understanding of the world around them. Learning through creativity builds children’s life skills – helping them to become more inquisitive, resilient, imaginative, reflective, resourceful and collaborative, embodying our school’s learning behaviours.  As the children progress, they will gain a deeper understanding of how Art and Design has shaped history, and how it has contributed to the culture, creativity and wealth of an ever-changing world. 

Online Gallery

Sketchbook Snapshots & Artwork

Curriculum Statement

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee
Art Exhibition 2022

Woodland Wonder Festival

In Reception, the children worked with artist Tess Radcliffe to create an A5 collage using  paper and bright colours that relate to the colours that represent the flags of commonwealth countries. Here's some of our children in action!

The finished artwork will then be printed onto a feather flag and displayed at the Woodland Wonder Festival on 7th July at Birches Valley. 

Pupil Voice

What have you enjoyed most about
your Art and Design lessons?

"I enjoyed using pastles to represent my emotions during Children's Mental Health Week." - Maizey Larch Class

"I liked learning about Morag Myerscough because I got to use bright colours." - Isla Larch Class               

"I loved drawing miniature pictures during Black History Week to show that you can do anything with a magic pencil!" Thomas Larch Class              

Supporting Documents

 Quality First Teaching Approaches and SEND

 Art and Design in the EYFS

Curriculum Pathways -coming soon

Rugeley Schools Commonwealth
Games Art Project 

Partnered with the Celebrating Birmingham Project

Our children have worked with Artist Jennifer Collier to create a fantastic art installation to represent Rugeley being an area of outstanding natural beauty. This July, the Queen's baton will be passing through Rugeley town centre where our artwork, along with other local schools, will be displayed. You'll have to look up to see our 'Sense of Place'. More photos to follow...

To read more about our local talented artist, Jennifer, visit her website: www.jennifercollier.co.uk 

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Our in-school gallery showcasing
'Children's Mental Health Week'

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