Mural at Surrey Street Primary School

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We have just finished an amazing transformation of a dull looking mobile classroom at Surrey Street Primary School in Luton. We worked with the year 6 class to create a mural based on underwater and mythological creatures. Everyone was so pleased with the end result. Here are some kind words from the class teacher:

“I just wanted to send a quick email to say how impressed I am with the art work James, Mark and the children have produced. James and Mark have a great way of working with the children and have never grown impatient with their many questions. They made the children feel valued and encouraged them to take ownership of the artwork.

The artwork is outstanding and already staff and parents have commented on it’s quality. 

I hope that we can work together soon and will keep pushing Positive Arts’ name for any future projects.”

Gregory Iszchak, Year 6 Teacher





Workshop at the Sunday Times- Festival of Education 2014

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We were invited down to the lovely Wellington College to run a workshop at the Sunday Times- Festival of Education by the Diana Award. We had a great day helping to creat

some amazing artwork for the y/p passing through.


Workshop at Waterloo Primary School, Liverpool

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We have just been up to Liverpool to do a really successful one day workshop with the Year 6 kids from Waterloo Primary School. We created some great boards for display  based on their new school code of conduct.


Mural at Gladstone Park Primary School

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We have just finished an outdoor mural at Gladstone Park Primary School based on the winning designs from a student competition. The theme of the artwork was International Day 2104. The artwork has made a huge difference and is now a much loved feature of the school.


Sainsbury’s mural in central Croydon

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Sainsbury’s local in Central Croydon have finally put up the artwork created with a group of local kids from the Healthy Living Project (Who we have been working with for over 10 years now!) The work was created on boards and then photographed and printed into a window sticker. As you can see it looks fantastic and really gives the street some colour and energy. The theme of the artwork was to link with and reflect Sainsbury’s Active Kids Programme, focussing on education and awareness of fresh food and exercise.

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