St Thomas More Catholic

Primary School

Christ is the centre of our School community, where we live, love and learn together


Art plays an important part in pupil’s cultural, social and aesthetic development. Our aim is to teach Art in an exciting and creative way which ensures all pupils are engaged, inspired and challenged as they journey through the school.

We encourage children to have an appreciation and a love of Art through the study of a range of artists, craft makers, architects, designers and sculptors from different eras. To develop and master skills in painting, sketching, drawing and sculpting using a variety of media as well as observing the differences and similarities through a range of genres.


By developing inquisitive minds, we encourage our pupils to be knowledgeable and discerning critics of their work and the work of others leading them to develop skills of reviewing, refining, improving and evaluating their own pieces of Art.


Through their knowledge of Art, pupils will be able to make links in all disciplines and to access the Arts through a range a of experiences, leading to all pupils to know how art and design both reflect and shape our history, and contribute to the culture, creativity and wealth of our communities.


Our Art Curriculum

       History's Famous Artwork 

Below is a selection of some of the greatest pieces of artwork created throughout history.


Why not explore a piece of your choice and some of the work by that artist. 

Created by Leonardo da Vinci in 1503.
Created by Leonardo da Vinci from 1495 to 1498.
Created by Edvard Munch in 1893.
Created by Vincent van Gogh in 1889.
Created by Vincent van Gogh from 1888 to 1889.
Created by Pablo Picasso in 1921.
Created by Rembrandt in 1642.
Created by Johannes Vermeer in 1665.
Created by Georges Seurat from 1884 to 1886.
Created by Paul Cezanne in 1878.
Created by John Constable in 1821.
Created by Joseph M. W. Turner in 1839.
Created by Paul Klee in 1922.
Created by James Abbott McNeill Whistler in 1871.
Created by Hokusai in 1831.