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Home Education GCSE Art Group

Art is an expression of the soul

Mentored by

Joelle Chantler MCGI

Fine Artist, Art Tutor and Therapist

Organisation links
Location address: x, xxxx
Chosen age group:

For ages: 13 - 17 years

Available tickets:
Standard £12.50/hr
Next date: None - message Mentor to express interest
Within these lessons we will be working towards a GCSE qualification in Art and Design. The 3 year course includes learning basic skills within fine art practice focusing on the importance of drawing/observation and technicals within the first year. The latter 2 years will support students in producing 2 coursework modules, and an exam module and prepare students in exam readiness whilst providing them a portfolio should they wish to sit the GCSE in 2023 or not. Despite this, the pupils will gain a strong foundation for Art and Design and the work will prepare them for further education if they want to continue at a higher level. As an art therapist along with many years of GCSE and A level exam teaching experience, the lessons pay particular focus on the individual. Working with suitable means of material and project ideas the focus is towards developing an expression bespoke to each person, supporting both growth and challenges on the way. There is also the possibility to support students towards a Bronze/Silver Arts award should GCSE not be ideal. See info for Bronze Award below. Bronze Arts Award: Level 1 Award in the Arts - Qualification number: 501/0081/6 40 guided learning hours + 20 independent learning hours = 60 hours total qualification time (TQT) Bronze Arts Award is a Level 1 qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and is open to young people aged 11 to 25. To achieve a Bronze Arts Award, young people collect evidence in an individual arts log or portfolio of their experiences of:
About your mentor
Joelle Chantler MCGI
Fine Artist, Art Tutor and Therapist
I love discovering that each individual is able to succeed. That they can achieve the best of their ability. That they have potential. That they need to know this. That they can shine......... I'm an artist, fine art graduate from Central St. Martins with employment experience in the film and event industry where I applied creative and organisational skills as a producer/director. 'Teaching as an art' - Waldorf trained, I have 13 years experience teaching GCSE and A-Level art alongside the Waldorf curriculum of black and white charcoal drawing, watercolour painting and art history. Currently I am teaching art privately, one2one and when required - in small focus groups. I hold a post-graduate qualification as a Transpersonal Arts Counsellor. My personal work is both abstract and figurative, painterly and sculptural.
Learning aims
Aim 1
To be able to identify and plan an arts challenge
Aim 3
To confidently review arts events & experiences by sharing their views
Aim 5
To practically plan a project and adopt a leadership role
Aim 7
To be able to review their own leadership skills
Aim 2
To confidently implement and review their arts challenge
Aim 4
To know about future opportunities and careers in art
Aim 6
To work effectively with others on an arts project
Aim 8
To know about the career and work of an artist or craftsperson that interests you
Pricing information
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Where we'll be
Location to be confirmed, x, Sussex, xxxx
Enhanced DBS
Basic DBS
Public Liability Insurance
Safeguarding Training
Smoke Detector

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No refunds are given except in the case of a cancellation by the Mentor.

My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.