Our artistic approach to teaching and learning is focused on using art for a good cause - we believe creativity helps us relate and understand the world as well as ourselves better, regardless of age, ability or background we believe there is no better way to spend the day than making art. We understand the importance and the benefits of visual art education on cognitive and emotional development of children, and we tailor our workshops to best suit the needs of our students.

We currently work with Fullwood Primary School to deliver SEN Hour under our ‘Art for A Cause’ initiative, we welcome SEN pupils and their LSA’s to Fullwell Cross Library free of charge. Both the library, school teams and the students have been learning new communication techniques and creative skills which allow them to express themselves better, we are extremely happy with Fullwood Primary School pupils’ progress in SEN hour sessions and would love to work with more schools to deliver mutually beneficial projects like this.

If you think your school would benefit from inclusive creative art education, delivered via:

  • workshops in our out of school

  • special projects and festivals or fundraising fête’s

  • in school projects like mural painting 

  • art exhibitions 

  • art workshops for teachers and staff 

Feel free to get in touch with us so we can discuss how we can work together!