Here, you'll find everything you need to prepare for the changes to Edexcel AS and A level Art and Design from 2015 (first assessment 2016 and 2017). View our specifications, sample assessment materials and FAQs, read about the key content and assessment changes, and find out about our launch events and the other support that’s available.
Information about the new Edexcel AS and A levels in Art and Design (2015) for students and teachers, including the draft specification and other key documents.
A level The new A level is intended to be a 360 guided learning hour course of study. We expect the majority of centres to deliver the A level in two years, but it can be delivered in one year, depending on the experience of your learners. There are several ways in which you can deliver the A level course.The A-Level Art and Design revision section of Revision World. This section includes resources for fine art movements and art history, skills and techniques advice and A-Level Art and Design past papers. Click on the links below to see resources. Art and Design A-Level Past Papers.New History of Art A level first examination June 2019. History of Art is a very popular subject at Fine Arts College. A-level History of Art assumes no prior knowledge of this area of study and is suitable for a range of students who wish to develop their interest in, and enjoyment of, the subject.
Our A Level Art and Design qualification develops students’ understanding of the value of art and design as well as their own skills and creativity. Its seven specialisms cover the breadth of art and design, both traditional and digital, to suit students’ particular skills and interests. Specification code: H600—H606.Read More
BTEC Specialist and Professional qualifications Fine Art (L3) Yearly Past Papers Specification Edexcel, a Pearson company, is the UK’s largest awarding body, offering academic and vocational qualifications and testing to more than 25,000 schools, colleges, employers and other places of learning in the UK and in over 100 countries worldwide.Read More
Examination Board - Edexcel Fine Art. Specific Course Requirements. Students need to have gained a Level 6 at GCSE in Art. Course Content. The course consists of a coursework unit worth 60% of the marks and an externally set assignment worth 40%. This must contain a Personal Study or essay which will be marked separately. Coursework Unit 60% -including Personal Study worth 12 % of final.Read More
Summer 2019 papers. Teachers can now access our June 2019 papers on e-AQA secure key materials (SKM). They will be available for longer, so that there is access to unseen mocks later in 2020 and early 2021. The 2019 papers will also be published on our main website in July 2021. Find past papers and mark schemes for your exams, and specimen papers for new courses. Find papers. Subject.Read More
This is a book which gives an approach to studying A-Level art and shows you the standard required to succeed. It emphasises the importance of basic drawing skills, then shows how to develop drawings into a final piece of work. It does mainly focus on drawing and painting skills but is also relevant to 3D and Textiles. Finally, best of luck with your A-Level art! Updated 16th Nov 2018 (an.Read More
AQA A-Level Art and Design past exam papers (7201-7206, 7241-7246). AQA exam papers are provided for Art and Design (7201-7206, 7241-7246) and History of Art (2250).Read More
A level Mathematics is an interesting and challenging course which extends the methods you learned at GCSE and includes applications of mathematics, such as Statistics and Mechanics Mathematics. The logic and reasoning skills developed by studying A Level Mathematics make sure the qualification is widely respected even in non-mathematical arenas.Read More
Course Name: Art and Design Course Code: Fine Art (4FA0) Graphic Design (4GD0) Photography (4PY0) Textiles (4TE0) Specifications: Art and Design Course Specification Sample Assessment: Art and Design Sample Assessment. IGCSE Art and Design Past Papers.Read More
Whilst we can't make individual recommendations, the links below will take you to the full specifications for each of our A Level courses. Dependent on the course, you can see what will be covered over your study programme, download key terms, and look at past example papers (but remember that these are usually taken at the end of a two year study programme and you will be fully supported to.Read More
This Online A Level Art and Design course will enable creative students the opportunity to attain exactly the same A Level qualification as form any conventional school or college. The course attracts up to 56 UCAS points for entry to UK Universities.Read More