We have a long successful history of working with young people in alternative provision. Whether your students are taught in Special Schools, Hospital and Outreach, or Alternative Settings we have the skills to ignite their enthusiasm for learning. We are conscious of the importance of young people being “hooked on learning” and for this reason[…]
An environment of kindness and understanding has enabled students to develop skills and understanding of both art and life, without fear of failing.
The bigger the grid the faster the drawing took to complete. But the resolution was worse, making it harder to identify each other’s pixelated portraits.
Student attention was starting to wander until Liz Lake took the printmaking outside. Reinvigorated students expressing the warmth of the summer sun.
It’s usually assumed in schools and society in general that loud, abrasive, disgusting sounds (and the people that make them) should be quieted. However…
A broomstick flying fairy queen being chased by an armadillo rat porcupine? Louise Clarke allowed students to dream their own fantastical fairy tales.
For many of our students who have been excluded from mainstream education the challenge is how to break the cycle rather than the windows.
The basic idea behind Photogrammetry is that a number of different photographs produces a cloud of points linked together like a spiderweb.
Johnny BANG Reilly identified with our students who had been excluded from mainstream education. “I know this energy very well, I was just like it”.
Martin Steed’s Horror was the outcome of a kinaesthetic approach to film making with students from The CE Academy in 2014.