Whether it is learning the foundations of Art at the junior level, pursuing an existing passion through taking Art at the examination level or having work exhibited across the campuses and at local Art galleries, Art is a popular subject throughout our schools.
Art & Design at Junior Level
At the Junior School level, we realise that giving children the time and tools for creative work will foster their creativity, imagination, confidence and innovative thinking. Skills learnt in Art and Design are easily transferable to other subjects, supporting deep learning of new concepts.
Art & Design at Senior Level
A Level Art
The main aim of the A Level Art course is to provide a creative environment for the student to explore a wide range of artistic processes. This supports the development of problem-solving skills and expands the ability for critical thinking. We challenge and motivate students to gain skills that are essential for their next steps.
International Baccalaureate Visual Art
At IB level, the Visual Arts course encourages students to challenge their own creative and cultural expectations and boundaries.
This is a thought-provoking course in which students develop analytical skills in problem-solving thinking while at the same time working toward technical proficiency and confidence as art-makers.
Art Trips & Exhibitions
Regular trips to art galleries and museums, both in the Netherlands and in Europe, enable students to explore diverse artistic cultures and provide sources of inspiration to be applied back in the classroom.
Trips for senior students included the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and a week-long residential in Spain.
Last year, senior school students exhibited their work at Antoniushove Hospital in Leidschendam.