Art

Rather than exist in a solitary sphere, Art can transcend the binary oppositions which exist in other studies; a piece can at once unite and bisect a people, diverting their beliefs and attitudes in its polarisation.

Here at Falcons School for Girls we challenge and explore our understanding of Art through a unique and imaginative curriculum, within which pupils are given great opportunity to apply their skills through a range of media. From the likes of sculpture and print in Year 1, to Pointillism and Native American Culture in Year 6, we traverse a range of genre and figures throughout the topic. Within our curriculum we also consider significant events such as Remembrance Day, Book Week and religious holidays; such considerations further afford us cross curricular learning in order to consolidate areas in other subjects studied in school. All of this takes place in our two designated open Art spaces, which boast great resources and materials. One need only tour the school buildings to witness the spectacular and diverse creations brought about by an engaged and progressive school body.

Register to join our Open Morning or Book a Tour

**Limited Reception 2022 Places Available**
Enquire here today


Visit Us

Register to join our next Open Morning, for a chance to visit our fantastic facilities, hear from our Headmistress, Mrs Sara Williams-Ryan, about our unique school ethos, meet with our incredible team of specialist teachers and of course, our girls.

Reception 2023 Open Morning – Friday 16th September 2022

Peregrines Nursery Open Morning – Thursday 13th October 2022

BOOK YOUR OPEN MORNING PLACE HERE TODAY 


Looking for an occasional place?

We are delighted to offer private tours for families seeking an occasional place this academic year.

Contact admissions@falconsgirls.co.uk or call 020 8992 5189 to arrange your tour
and to meet with our Headmistress, Mrs Sara Williams-Ryan.


Rated ‘Excellent’ by ISI in March 2020

“Pupils display exceptional attitudes towards learning”

“Pupils are highly proficient communicators for their age”