About Artroom Brighton
Artroom Brighton employs teaching strategies and techniques that have been successfully developed and implemented in the public and private sector of education and teachers hold P.G.C.E.ís, CRB checks and first aid training.
We believe the Arts have the power to transform the lives of young people. Nurturing creativity is fundamentally important to a young person's progress, confidence and development.
We are currently teaching pupils attending the following schools:
Brighton College, Roedean, Harrow, Eton House, Westbourne House Prep, St Luke's, Wycombe Abbey, Epsom College, The Fold, Varndean, Blatchington Mill, Our Lady of Sion School, Windlesham House, Hurstpierpoint College, Balfour, Lancing College, Brighton College Preparatory School, Bruen Abbey Preparatory School, Deepdene, St Christopher's Preparatory School, Burgess Hill School for Girls, Brighton and Hove High School for Girls, Hangleton, Benfield, Warden Park, Lancing College Preparatory School, Goldstone, Meadowcroft, Lewes Priory, Cottesmore, St Aubyns, Stanford Junior, Davison's College, Aldrington, Cardinal Newman, Dorothy Stringer, Hove Park, West Blatchington, Patchum Junior, Downs Infants, Peter Gladwin, St Mary's Hall, St Andrews C of E School, Somerhill, Bounds Junior, Windlesham Prep, Portslade Infants, Shoreham College, Brighton College Pre-Prep and West Hove.
We run art courses and workshops for children and young people, both after school and during the weekends and holidays. The central drive for the business is to unite young artists who want to develop their creative skills, knowledge and confidence through unique and inspirational courses and workshops.
You can read about us in the following directories, (click each entry for details):
We offer a dynamic range of courses for 6 Ė 18 year olds and operate both after school and during the weekends and holidays. Artroom Brighton provides expert tuition within a safe and supportive environment and in collaboration with the distinctive aims of the National Curriculum. We will enable students to build on their experience gained in schools without conflicting with it.
Our courses are structured to enhance studentís knowledge of materials, processes and techniques whilst offering access to the ideas, values and beliefs of other artists and exposure to some of the most penetrating achievements of human culture.
The arts are the embodiment of human imagination, the record of human achievement and the process that distinguishes us as human beings. There is an intrinsic value to the teaching of art and the need to support, encourage and value the creative and cultural expression of young people is paramount.