By holding an Artytime after school session at your school not only helps working parents by extending the school day it also enables children to be involved in an activity that really interests them.
Our sessions have been well received by parents and children as they develop their creativity and imagination as well as learning new art techniques.
Our sessions have seen children who are shy or anxious become more confident. Those that are distracted or boisterous in class become calm and engaged in there projects. Children often comment that they like Artytime sessions because they can make what they like, something of their own choosing. The results may not be worthy of the Tate modern but as we know it is the process that has all the learning elements not the end product. Artytime is definitely more Jackson Pollock than Leonardo Da Vinci.
“Bev has run Artytime from my classroom for the last two years. I am pleased to say I back her 100% and see what she does as a wonderful opportunity for children to express themselves and develop their own art abilities. My own child attended her club for a year and just loved the opportunities given to her to explore and develop her creative ability.”