Unit 1 is evidenced through critical written communication showing contextual research and understanding (1000 to 3000 words) which may contain integrated images.
Unit 2 is an externally assessed set assignment, released in February, which contains a theme and suggested starting points. Students will create preparatory studies and then in April attend a 15 hour assessment to produce the final outcome.
5 GCSE or equivalent grades at 4 or above including a 4 in an Art subject.
You could take this course to complement other Advanced Level art courses. This could lead onto Higher Education in areas of art and design, photography, architecture or more general subjects. With further training, you could go into a job related to art and design such as an Architect, Interior Designer, Artist or Fashion Designer.