Project ID - TIS001319
ART ATTACK: We would love a creative and enthusiastic student to lead an art project for display in the school reflecting our school ethos, community, eco awareness and student voice.

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Project offered at

St Malachy's Primary School
BT52 1HJ


Siobhan Burns

Student Skills

Art Media Creative studies

Expected Pupil Outcomes

To work collaboratively to share ideas. To produce a finished art piece. To develop their creativity. To develop their sense of ownerships of and pride in the school.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

To lead the pupils in the design and creation of a finished piece of art work for display. To liaise with class teacher and pupils. To be creative!

Extra Information

We have left the start and end date very wide to facilitate the student schedule. Any support during these dates would be greatly appreciates. The pupils may change throughout the project but the maximum at one time could be set by the student depending on the activity.

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