Art and Design

Art and Design Leader – Mrs. Grace Porter


At St. Peter’s Catholic First School we are committed to the development of the whole child to reach their full potential. Our Art and Design curriculum allows children to explore their imagination and express themselves and their individuality through the exploration of a variety of mediums. We encourage children to develop as creative thinkers, exploring and celebrating their ideas, feelings, attitudes and values. We aim to foster originality and creativity using Art as a means of communication.


We provide opportunities to

  • develop in the children a love and appreciation of art forms and build their confidence in expressing themselves creatively
  • enable children of all abilities to enhance their self-esteem through success in using the new skills taught as well as enabling them to apply these skills in other areas of the curriculum
  • develop the children’s ability to observe, investigate, respond to and record through a variety of forms and media
  • deliver the National Curriculum and Early Years Framework in an interesting and imaginative way in order to provide a broad and balanced art curriculum throughout the year groups
  • use the work of children to provide a colourful and stimulating environment around the school.

Curriculum Overview

‘Young Voices New Visions’ Exhibition 2022

It is with great pleasure that we have once again participated in the ‘Young Voices New Visions’ exhibition at Worcester Cathedral. The theme this year is ‘Life’. Children across KS1 and KS2 have produced some beautifully detailed butterflies for their final piece of art. Reception have been busy making feathers which they have displayed together as two fabulous wings.


Spring Term 2022


Autumn Term 2021

Previously in Art and Design

Young Voices New Visions Exhibition 2021

We are delighted to announce that once again, St. Peter’s have participated in the ‘Young Voices New Visions Art Exhibition’ at Worcester Cathedral. This year the theme for the exhibition was ‘Gratitude’. The children all worked hard on their masterpieces, and we are extremely proud of them. Here are a few photographs from the exhibition.



A View From My Window 2021


Congratulations to all those who participated in our Lockdown Art Competition, A View from my Window. Look through the gallery to see some of the winning entries.



Visit the links below to visit some of the world’s greatest art galleries.

Virtual tours | Visiting | National Gallery, London

Virtual tours (

MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, New York, United States — Google Arts & Culture

Online tours (


Key Documents