Art for most children is a natural form of expression and a source of great pleasure that can enhance lives and cultural awareness. We aim to increase confidence and competence in the use of different media, such as pencil, charcoal, paint, collage, inks, textiles and clay. Art teaching is embedded in other subjects, as well as taught discreetly to ensure progression. Discussions of art by other artists are a regular practice within other subjects, to enhance pupil understanding and promote diversity. The enjoyment of making, creating, building and adapting starts at a young age and continues to be built upon year on year, inclusive of all genders, ethnicities and beliefs. We promote the necessary skills for our children to develop their natural ability to be expressive and creative and we aim to instill pride by achieving finished work that is of a high standard. Above all, art at Litcham School Primary Phase is fun, engaging and enlightening as well as informative, structured and progressive. Pupils have regularly won prizes both at the Norfolk Show and regionally. The Primary Phase has participated in ‘Big Draw’ for the last two years, bringng all the children together to create one giant masterpiece. Comments are regularly recorded about the high standard of work and the range of experiences for the pupils.