Welcome to the Art Department at St George's School, where we nurture a passion for creativity and developing a range of practical Art skills.

Through a dedicated department, excellent facilities, and a dynamic learning environment, we proudly shape inquisitive minds into confident artists, equipping them with the skills they need to succeed in both their educational journey and future creative paths.


Art is a compulsory subject at Key Stage 3, which at St George’s ends after Year 8.
At the end of Year 8, students can choose to carry on with Art as a GCSE option.

Key Stage 4 runs through Years 9, 10 and 11.
GCSE students will study the OCR Fine Art course.

Key Stage 5 runs through Years 12 and 13.
A-Level students will study the OCR Fine Art course.

More detailed information about what will be taught can be found on the appropriate year page.

Subject Specific Equipment

All students are expected to bring basic school equipment to each lesson. All additional equipment required for Art lessons is available to use in school.

GCSE and A-Level students are provided with sketchbooks. The school also offers students the ability to purchase an Art pack for independent work outside of the school, however this is not mandatory as there is equipment available to use in school.

Art in Each Year

For more detailed information about how Art is taught at St George's please select the appropriate year group below: