• Explore a range of three-dimensional fibre works to inform their own artmaking practice.
• Explore how artists use signs and symbols to communicate and develop meaning.
• Consider how context affects the creation of meaning.
• Investigate contemporary objects that hold significant cultural capital to them through a series of brainstorms, photographs, sketches, observations and research.
• Use drawing techniques to document structures, surfaces, patterns, colour, scale and compositional aspects to plan preliminary designs and ideas in their Visual Arts diary.
• Explore and experiment with a range of different natural materials to construct with, including the use of; cane, raffia, sticks, bamboo, reeds and natural grasses collected from around the school or local area.
• Explore and experiment with a range of different human-made/reclaimed materials to construct with, including the use of; plastic, wire, paper, cardboard, fabric, and other found objects.
• Review diary reflections and annotations about their experimentation with materials to further develop their plans and concepts considering the constraints and advantages of the chosen materials.
• Develop and use one or more fibre construction techniques to make a three-dimensional object.
• Document their intentions, procedures, decisions and final judgements in their Visual Arts diary.