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Children's full or half day art workshops, as well as after school art sessions delivered in school. Designed alongside the curriculum to enrich the learning of KS1 and KS2. Building on resilience through creativity and exploration using a range of materials, producing a variety of 2D  and 3D work. 

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Creative Workshops for Schools


I  have a passion for delivering a variety of curriculum focused, creative and interactive workshops for children that develop resilience, enable confidence and creative intellect.


Having run many workshops within schools and children’s groups (eg. Scout Association), I have a proven record and dedication to giving the best of experiences with a focus on  dependability, and enthusiasm.


Through my personal life and having previously worked at the Calvert Trust Kielder, I am familiar with a range of physical, learning and sensory abilities and the unique planning that would be required to enable participants.




My workshops are delivered within the NE and are suitable for Early Years Foundation  Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. After an initial consultation with teaching staff, I plan and design workshops to suit your individual/specific requirements. Whether it’s to ‘push’ a specific curriculum based topic or purely to expand the children’s creative experience, all angles are facilitated.


My aim is to enhance a child’s educational experience, whatever their ability and offer a unique hands-on approach to learning - a perfect balance between education and enjoyment. 


  • Bespoke service tailored to your needs.

  • High-quality workshop facilitator with a sense of humour!

  • An interactive, educational, fun session for your school to remember.

  • Ongoing investment and development with new workshops added regularly

  • Full inclusive workshop for children of all abilities.



  • Full comprehensive PL insurance.

  • Enhanced DBS certificate. 

  • First Aid at Work Certificate.

  • I can provide a risk assessment for each workshop.


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