haileybury almaty

Art and Design

All children up to the end of Key Stage 3 take part in a programme of practical arts. Through a carousel of projects they are introduced to a range of skills and creative expression. Most pupils take one creative arts subject to IGCSE level.

Many Key Stage 4 and 5 pupils then follow one or more of our AS/A2 Art courses as part of a broad programme of study, whilst some specialise in the creative subjects in preparation for an Arts-related career.

The range of activities, media and materials used at Haileybury Almaty’s Art and Design Faculty is extensive. In Sculpture, for example, stone carving, welding, casting and ceramics are offered. In Textiles, creative skills such as machine embroidery, batik and constructed bodices are taught, with students pushing the boundaries of their discipline towards sculpture and fine art. Conceptual thinking, through installation and photography, is an element of the A- Levels programme, alongside the traditional Fine Art skills such as Life Class and oil painting, which form the core of the AS and A2 courses.

All children in the Lower and Middle School take part in a programme of practical arts. Through a carousel of projects they are introduced to a range of skills and creative expression. Most pupils take one creative arts subject to IGCSE level.

Kirsty Huskisson, Head of Art and Design

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