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The lesson objective for this art lesson was that water Lillie's are not a subject of their environment. Although living and growing up in dark murky ponds the Lillie's continue to grow into beautiful flowers taking on their own colours and shapes. A lesson that the orphans at the social care centre loved and appreciated. Thank you to our artist volunteer who conducted this wonderful art therapy.

The lesson objective for this art lesson was that water Lillie's are not a subject of their environment. Although living and growing up in dark murky ponds the Lillie's continue to grow into beautiful flowers taking on their own colours and shapes. A lesson that the orphans at the social care centre loved and appreciated. Thank you to our artist volunteer who conducted this wonderful art therapy.

The lesson objective for this art lesson was that water Lillie's are not a subject of their environment. Although living and growing up in dark murky ponds the Lillie's continue to grow into beautiful flowers taking on their own colours and shapes. A lesson that the orphans at the social care centre loved and appreciated. Thank you to our artist volunteer who conducted this wonderful art therapy.

The lesson objective for this art lesson was that water Lillie's are not a subject of their environment. Although living and growing up in dark murky ponds the Lillie's continue to grow into beautiful flowers taking on their own colours and shapes. A lesson that the orphans at the social care centre loved and appreciated. Thank you to our artist volunteer who conducted this wonderful art therapy.

The lesson objective for this art lesson was that water Lillie's are not a subject of their environment. Although living and growing up in dark murky ponds the Lillie's continue to grow into beautiful flowers taking on their own colours and shapes. A lesson that the orphans at the social care centre loved and appreciated. Thank you to our artist volunteer who conducted this wonderful art therapy.

The lesson objective for this art lesson was that water Lillie's are not a subject of their environment. Although living and growing up in dark murky ponds the Lillie's continue to grow into beautiful flowers taking on their own colours and shapes. A lesson that the orphans at the social care centre loved and appreciated. Thank you to our artist volunteer who conducted this wonderful art therapy.

Our Jam Jar workshop working with children with SEN (special educational needs). The group were looking at the 5 senses specifically touch, we made sculptures using different materials. At START we seek to educate, empower and engage each child with their peers, communities and teach them a sense of self worth all through the medium of art.

Our Jam Jar workshop working with children with SEN (special educational needs). The group were looking at the 5 senses specifically touch, we made sculptures using different materials. At START we seek to educate, empower and engage each child with their peers, communities and teach them a sense of self worth all through the medium of art.

Sara Al Ansari our youngest ever artist volunteer. Young Sara is only 12 years old and attended the Social Care Centre for orphaned children to teach her favourite craft quelling. She sat with groups of 6 children at a time and taught them how to make different flower designs.

Sara Al Ansari our youngest ever artist volunteer. Young Sara is only 12 years old and attended the Social Care Centre for orphaned children to teach her favourite craft quelling. She sat with groups of 6 children at a time and taught them how to make different flower designs.

Sara Al Ansari our youngest ever artist volunteer. Young Sara is only 12 years old and attended the START workshop in the Social Care Centre for orphaned children to teach her favourite craft quelling to children of similar ages. She sat with groups of 6 children at a time and taught them how to make different flower designs and into beautiful postcards.

Sara Al Ansari our youngest ever artist volunteer. Young Sara is only 12 years old and attended the START workshop in the Social Care Centre for orphaned children to teach her favourite craft quelling to children of similar ages. She sat with groups of 6 children at a time and taught them how to make different flower designs and into beautiful postcards.

Our Al Noor workshop working with children with SEN (special educational needs). The group were looking at foreground, middle ground and background by building 3d landscapes. At START we seek to educate, empower and engage each child with their peers, communities and teach them a sense of self worth all through the medium of art.

Our Al Noor workshop working with children with SEN (special educational needs). The group were looking at foreground, middle ground and background by building 3d landscapes. At START we seek to educate, empower and engage each child with their peers, communities and teach them a sense of self worth all through the medium of art.

James is an enthusiastic student and commited to our Tuesday Group. Despite suffering from Kabuki Syndrome, his commitment and passion for the arts has shone through. James' warm heart, talent and determination won him the START Scholarship in 2011.

James is an enthusiastic student and commited to our Tuesday Group. Despite suffering from Kabuki Syndrome, his commitment and passion for the arts has shone through. James' warm heart, talent and determination won him the START Scholarship in 2011.

Sara Al Ansari our youngest ever artist volunteer. Young Sara is only 12 years old and attended the START workshop in the Social Care Centre for orphaned children to teach her favourite craft quelling to children of similar ages. She sat with groups of 6 children at a time and taught them how to make different flower designs and into beautiful postcards.

Sara Al Ansari our youngest ever artist volunteer. Young Sara is only 12 years old and attended the START workshop in the Social Care Centre for orphaned children to teach her favourite craft quelling to children of similar ages. She sat with groups of 6 children at a time and taught them how to make different flower designs and into beautiful postcards.

Creating a bigger picture. Our students work together to create abstract pieces of art and then exhibite the work for friends, family and the public.

Creating a bigger picture. Our students work together to create abstract pieces of art and then exhibite the work for friends, family and the public.

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