Welcome to the Art Department. In Clydebank High, the Art Department offer pupils experiences in different activities including; drawing, painting, print ceramics, printmaking , collage and computerised image manipulation. Also to more fully understand the work of the artist the work of the Artist, Designer and Architect and how it affects their lives and environment.

Art Deaprtment News

The Glasgow School for Business and Society Glasgow caledonian university Awards ceremony Congratulations to Samantha Dennis and Amy Hepburn S6 pupils at Clydebank High School, who have completed the Fashion Brand Retailing course (day release) at Glasgow Caledonia University.

They both received their course certificate at the awards ceremony (pictured).This course is an excellent opportunity for sixth year pupils interested in Fashion/Branding and retailing and related courses at University level. The qualification gained is Level 1, 20 credit module, equivalent to Advanced Higher Grade C.

It allows S6 pupils to sample the university life, registering as a part time student, gaining a matriculation card and full access to the universities facilities and support networks. On completion of this course, many go on to Degree courses in Fashion and Business and to various Art Schools to study Textiles and Design. This years awards ceremony saw former Clydebank High pupil and student of the Fashion Brand Retailing course, Kathryn McKerrall, assisting with procedures along with Kimi Hughes and Hayley Beggs. Kathryn is now studying Textile Design at Glasgow School of Art.

Staffing
Mr S Borland
Mrs G Fletcher
Mrs E Gormley
Mrs J McGoldrick
Miss M Neilson
Mrs J Reilly

Homework Policy
The art department aims to help pupils improve their drawing skills not only in class but at home as well. This will help them develop imaginative and creative artwork. Homework is used and assessed regularly. The pupils are expected to spend at least one hour on any exercise.