Level 3 Extended Diploma Art & Design resources
A range of resources designed and collected to support delivery of our Level 3 Diploma and Extended Diploma in Art & Design, including sample assignments from our approved Centres, guidance from our Chief Examiner and student work in the galleries to the left.
Advice from our Chief Examiner
- L3 Assignment and Assessment Design Guidance (Word 49KB)
- L3 Grade Descriptors (Word 14KB)
- L3 Delivery Model 1 (Word 139KB)
- L3 Delivery Model 2 (Word 55KB)
- Level 3 Qualification Units and PPD Mapping 2 (Word 15KB)
Assignment and assessment templates
- L3 Student self-assessment template (Word 86KB)
- L3 Assignment brief template (Word 55KB)
- L3 Formative Assessment (Word 55KB)
- Unit 8 Project proposal pro forma (PDF 51KB)
- L3 Self-assessment template (Word 28KB)
- Unit 13-14 Project proposal pro-forma (Word 51KB)
Examples of delivery approaches
- Unit 1 L3 Sample Assessment and Feedback - New College Nottingham (Word 46 KB)
- The Oldham College Exemplar Assessment sheet (Word 62 KB)
- BMET Example Unit 8 Assessment Sheet 1 (Word 26 KB)
- BMET Example Unit 8 Assessment Sheet 2 (Word 25 KB)
- BMET Example Unit 8 Assessment Sheet 4 (Word 23 KB)
- BMET Example Unit 8 Assessment Sheet 5 (Word 25KB)
- BMET Example Unit 8 Assessment Sheet 6 (Word 27KB)
- Stanmore College Units 1-3 (L3 A&D) Art Mural project (Word 98 KB)
- Stanmore College Unit 6 (L3 A&D) 3D Architecture Assignment Brief (Word 510 KB)
- Stanmore College Unit 6 (L3 A&D) 3D Shoe Assignment Brief (Word 956 KB)
The following sheets were developed by Carlisle College and successfully used with both Level 2 and Level 3 students.
Analysis of single image (Word 41KB) is about analysing a single piece of work in any media. The student ticks only the formal elements they recognise in a work and then they discuss that element in detail on the next line.
Comparison sheet (Word 49KB) is about comparing and contrasting two pieces. It is important to allow students who can write well to use their own methods or not use the sheets at all if they don’t want to – as long as their analysis is critical and engaged with the subject.
These sheets can be used regularly at Level 2 or Level 3 – probably starting with visual analysis and then as learners become more confident with the language to use the writing boxes.
Staff from South Essex College have digitally showcased work from their Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design delivery, Fashion Pathway