The AccessArt Offer to Secondary Schools & Teachers

AccessArt has lots of ways to help teachers (and parents) develop  and support teenage creativity. Our resources aim to help teenagers follow an open-ended learning journey, in which they can take ownership of their own creativity and use their skills to develop their voice. 

AccessArt has many hundreds of resources exploring drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, design, animation and more… Explore

Designed to help schools deliver an inspiring and appropriate curriculum for pupils working at home or school, AccessArt DrawAble connects drawing, narrative and visual literacy. Explore

Explore the #BeACreativeProducer project which aimed to give teenagers the skills to balance their creativity in the physical and digital world. 

Find out how AccessArt Young Artists aims to give teenagers opportunities to develop their creativity.

Underlying all our work, is the recognition that creativity is a part of each and everyone of us, which needs to be recognised, protected and nurtured. Explore

We believe that creativity is in us all and each and everyone of us has the right to express ourselves through creative process, no matter what the barriers to that might be. Explore more about Special Educational Needs and Disability.

Teachers draw in the 20th Century Gallery in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

To complement our evolving collection of resources to support visual arts exploration in the classroom and community, AccessArt is creating a series of resources which help teachers explore pedagogy and approach. Read More

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