Arts

Te toi whakakairo, ka ihiihi, ka wehiwehi, ka aweawe, tea o katoa

                                          Artistic excellence makes the world sit up in wonder

        The New Zealand Curriculum


 The Lynfield College Arts Faculty aspires
  • to provide all students with a supportive, inclusive and productive environment that promotes their wellbeing
and
  • to inspire students to achieve educational excellence through a rich learning and social environment.
 
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We offer the following courses:
 
 
Year Course  
9   Drama 9DRA
  Drama and Dance 9DAD
  Music 9MUS
  Visual Arts 9ARV
  Pacific Arts 9ARP
10   Drama 10DRA
  Dance                                    10DAD
  Music 10MUS
  Visual Arts 10ART
11   Drama 11DRA
  Music  11MUS
  Music Applied 11MUP
  Visual Arts 11ART
  Visual Arts Digital Media 11ADM
12   Dance 12DAN
  Drama  12DRA
  Music  12MUS
  Music Applied 12MUP
  Visual Arts Painting 12ARP
  Visual Arts Design  12ARD
  Visual Arts Photography  12PHO
13   Drama 13DRA
  Music 13MUS
  Music Applied 13MUP
  Visual Arts Design 13ARD
  Visual Arts Painting 13ARP
  Visual Arts Photography 13PHO
  Visual Culture Studies 13AVC
 

Reflecting the New Zealand Curriculum, coursework in all arts disciplines at all levels is structured around four inter-related strands:
  • Understanding the Arts in Context       
  • Developing Practical Knowledge in the arts
  • Developing Ideas in the arts                   
  • Communicating and Interpreting in the arts

Reflecting the Senior Secondary Arts Teaching and Learning Guide our vision is for young people who through the arts
  • participate in collaborative and individual endeavours that contribute to community well-being and personal identity
  • form and frame their identity through physical, imagined, and digital worlds
  • create and challenge ideas that reflect, communicate, and change views of the world
  • express and interpret ideas within creative, aesthetic, and technological frameworks, thereby building the confidence to take risks
  • learn how to think “outside the box”, engage with unexpected outcomes, and discover multiple solutions to challenging problems
  • develop greater consciousness and resilience for their futures
  • explore and celebrate artistic expressions of self, community, and culture
  • are empowered to deepen their notions of identity
  • specialise in the disciplines of dance, drama, music and sound arts, visual arts, and art history, or undertake study in multimedia and other new technologies
  • build on their experiences, and create, perform, and evaluate art works of increasing sophistication and complexity
  • learn to view their world from new perspectives
 
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