These days, running a club is an accepted part of the teacher's remit, adding additional pressure to an already substantial workload. The Big Book of Primary Club Resources: Creative Arts aims to ease that burden, providing a simple and clear week-by-week plan for creative arts focused clubs.
Each chapter aims to explore the creative arts in a context that complements classroom practice without specifically following the National Curriculum. Containing two years' worth of club sessions, this book is a quick, accessible and easy-to-use guide which provides clear and creative ideas, all of which are easy to resource, set up and run. A myriad of art forms is covered, including:
- Artist and illustration study
- Abstract and 3D art
All activities are adapted for three age groups (4–7 years; 7–9 years and 9–11 years) and achieve highly satisfying outcomes for pupils. Taking the strain out of club planning, this book is an invaluable resource for teachers and teaching assistants running clubs for children aged 4–11.
Table of Contents
- Recycled Arts
- Abstract Art
- 3D Art
- Artist Study
- Self Portraits
- Nature Art
Fe Luton has over 20 years’ experience working in the education sector as a teacher, Early Years and Key Stage 1 manager, museum education officer, governor, researcher, writer and trainer. She has been writing and developing teacher resources for many years, and has written for the TES, Scholastic and The Hamilton Trust. Fe has previously run arts clubs, maths clubs, eco-clubs and sports clubs across the primary phase.
Lian Jacobs has over 17 years’ experience working in the education sector. She has had a successful and long teaching career across Key Stage 2, during which time she has worked as a Senior Teacher, Leading Literacy Teacher and Advanced Skills Teacher. She has experience in mentoring and coaching both NQTs and teachers working in schools that require improvement. Lian has run an array of clubs in schools, including: singing, art, board games, gardening and cookery.