Art Matters 11-14
This textbook covers a range of styles and cultural traditions which pupils can use for inspiration and comparison. It takes a project-based approach to ensure coverage of the skills, knowledge and understanding required at Key Stage 3. It shows examples of techniques and pupils' actual work.
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