Schools enrichment

In education, creativity is as important as literacy and we should treat it with the same status.’

Ken Robinson ‘Bring on the Learning Revolution’ TED talk 2010

What We Do

These sessions connect student-centred learning with the expertise of a professional artist.  Working with a range of materials, the group is guided in explorations in drawing, painting and collage. Working as a whole class, in small groups and individually, we have fun building creative confidence, expanding our expressive language and creating some lovely artwork to take away.

Sessions can be comfortably adapted to any curriculum-based topic.

Who for

Groups of up to 30 students in Primary or Secondary education


Either I come to you wherever you are, or if you’re local, make the most of an enhanced learning environment at my studio in rural Northumberland.

Cost and booking

Enquire through the booking enquiry form at the bottom of this page or call 07951 819796

What’s Been Said

Tim Wightman – Head of Art, KEVICC, Totnes

Sara has delivered a number of fantastic workshops at KEVICC. She is a talented artist and tutor who has a unique delivery style. She encourages students to experiment and express themselves thoughtfully. I would highly recommend her.’

School teacher – St Maurice Primary School, Plymouth

‘The art looks fantastic and the children had such a brilliant experience.’

Annie and Roger Kirk – Trustees of The Helen Foundation

‘Some brilliant ideas. ….. Sara works really well with young people. We have received some really excellent feedback from the children – some of the best we have ever had.’

Emily aged 7 – Blackawton

‘It helped me slow down, learn more about art and nature and that learning can be fun.’

Charlotte aged 13 – KEVICC

‘I experimented with different techniques and was shown different art styles, helping me to find the style I like’.

Floella aged 13 – Kilve Court

‘We were given the independence to create our own style of art. Sara guided us, but we still had the freedom to do what we wanted.’ 

Enrichment teaching experience

See Arts Lab archive links (including projects with DAISI, Helen Foundation, SWGaTE and TR2):

Teenagers Paint for Climate Change; Action Painting; Film and Paint Day

Secondary education

Beaford Arts Centre, North Devon – residential  *  Coombeshead Academy  *  Kilve Court, Somerset – residential  *  King Edward VI Community College, Totnes  *  Kingsbridge Community College, Devon  *  Saltash Community College, Plymouth  *  South Dartmoor Community College  *  South Devon Steiner School  *  Stover School, Newton Abbot  *  Teignmouth Community School

Primary education

Abbotskerswell, Newton Abbot   *  Blackawton, nr Totnes  *  Compton C of E, Plymouth  *  Ermington, nr Ivybridge  *  Heathcote, Tiverton  *  Manor, Ivybridge  *  St. Maurice, Plympton  *  Stoke Gabriel  *  Stowford, Ivybridge  *  Teignbridge 6 schools

“All children are artists,” said Picasso. The problem is to remain an artist as we grow up.’

Ken Robinson

Schools enrichment Workshop
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“I’ve really enjoyed the sessions and found them to be great in helping me gain confidence. You’re a great teacher. Thank you!