Passionate about creativity and all that it can do, it is our mission to enable all children to enjoy the buzz of making something beautiful, to develop skills, express imagination, grow in self confidence and to reach their full potential.
We believe that children learn best when they are enjoying themselves and for this reason we have created a range of high quality, cross curricular resources that have art at their core.
Our resources are perfect for busy teachers, parents who want to give extra support to their children and home-educating families. We offer a variety of materials ranging from short activities and writing frames to projects, complete lesson plans and schemes of work. All of our resources are linked to the UK national curriculum but are of course, very useful for all types of study programmes or one-off learning experiences.
We understand that children have different skills and abilities so make sure that our resources are available in different levels and incorporate elements suitable for all learning styles.
All of our resources are tried and tested by children. They have been carefully researched and designed by qualified teachers and are made to always inspire and educate.
We also host creative workshops for children in our local communities in London and Algiers. Offering hands on art and craft sessions that provide an opportunity for children to explore their creativity using different materials and techniques, enabling them to feel the wonderful sense of achievement that making things bring. These sessions are also an opportunity for non native speaking children to practice their English skills.
In addition, we provide English language learning resources to children in Algeria. Our material is specifically made for non native speakers and is aligned to the Algerian state school curriculum, enabling children to learn English and develop their skills with native speakers alongside their usual schooling.
Lastly, we have developed an early years English language learning programme for non native speakers which allows children to learn English in a fun and creative way from an early age.
It is our aim to make creative learning accessible to all irrespective of social, economic or geographic restraints. Every child has the right to reach their full potential and know the joys of throwing paint and glitter around!
A mother of four, home educator, early years practioner and an English teacher Emma is an ardent advocate of learning through play and creative activities. She has seen first hand and many times over the difference that art and crafts can make to a child's learning experience and personal development. Through Artylingua she hopes to share her knowledge of education and love of creative arts to enable all children, whereever they are or whatever their ability to enjoy the benefits of learning creatively. In a world that is forever focused on results and speed Artylingua is about enjoying the process, taking time and having fun on the learning journey.