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What will you be working towards?

Code Textiles
Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time

Overview

The course starts with a skill building project, where you will try different techniques and skills and build competency using textiles techniques, such as printing, embroidery and fabric manipulation. You will then go onto choose a personal theme and develop this through research, drawing, sampling and designing, before creating a final outcome (which can take the form of different types of textiles, work could include fashion/accessories/interiors/textile art). The course is suitable for any Art and Design background and you do not have to have studied textiles at GCSE to succeed on this course.

From February of year 13 you will complete an externally set assignment (exam project). You will be required to complete a final piece during a 15 hour controlled assessment. 

How will it be delivered?

Assessment 2 mandatory units at A level internally marked and externally moderated comprising of coursework portfolio (60%) and controlled assignment (40%)

Entry requirements

Grade 5 in an Art and Design subject at GCSE

(*not including Catering/Hospitality)

Your next steps...

All creative A-level courses will build a great portfolio of work that will allow students to access Art & Design Foundation level courses. Students will be equipped to apply for Degree level courses in any Art & Design/Creative sector, eg Fine Art, Fashion, Footwear, Architecture, Interior Design, Craft, Art History, Textiles, Photography & Video, Fashion Merchandising, Contour Fashion, Fashion Buying, Art Therapy, Product Design and many more.

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