Clients

We have enjoyed successful relationships with a wide range of people and organisations including schools, local authorities, creative and cultural organisations, businesses, communities. We are always keen to develop new and innovative programmes – so please get in touch if you’d like to discuss how we could work together. You can also read what people say about us and discover some recent case studies about our work.

Selected Client List

The following list gives you a flavour of some of the organisations we have worked with. Please click on the highlighted links to read a case study about our work…

Local Authority

“Thank you for your professionalism and organisation of workshop resources and activities – it made for an enjoyable and productive day for all!” (Jacquie McClelland, School Improvement Officer, Liverpool City Council

“The programme has given me insight into the many ways in which my team can incorporate music into a variety of educational topics and subjects across the curriculum – FOOD FOR THOUGHT!!” (Programme Participant, MusicLeader)

Organisations

 

“I’m delighted with the work you’ve generated with the children – it’s exactly what we were after and will really support learning in the the new Everyday Egypt exhibition.” (Menaka Munro, Manchester)

“It has been a joy to work with you – I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with like-minded people who get just as excited about creative developments and ideas as I do!” (Project Manager, Trinity College London)

Higher Education

“The presenters were fantastic and had lots of energy and positive vibes for carrying out tasks.” (Trainee Teacher, Liverpool John Moores University.)

Primary Schools

  • All Saints Primary, Liverpool
  • Alsager Highfields, Crewe
  • Ashfield Juniors, Workington
  • Barley Mow, Gateshead
  • Betws-yn-Rhos, North Wales
  • Beacon Primary, Liverpool
  • Bridgenorth Endowed Primary, Shropshire
  • Broadoak Primary, Machester
  • Cambridge Road Primary, Cheshire
  • Cameron House, Chelsea
  • Central Park Primary, London
  • Christ Church, Sefton
  • Christ the King, Leicester
  • Copermill Primary, London
  • Danson Primary, Kent
  • Daubeney Primary, London
  • Deanery Primary, Birmingham
  • Duke of Norfolk, Derbyshire
  • Edith Neville Primary, London
  • Elmridge Primary, Altrincham
  • Fishwick Primary, Preston
  • Fairfield Primary, Bradford
  • Flimby Primary, Lancashire
  • Four Oaks Primary, Liverpool
  • Freehold, Oldham
  • Grafton Primary, London
  • Grange Lane Infant Academy, Doncaster
  • Great Harwood Primary, Lancashire
  • Hawes Side Academy, Blackpool
  • Halfway Juniors, Sheffield
  • Harrodian School, London
  • Haskayne Primary, Lancashire
  • Hatfield Primary, Sheffield
  • Hartley Brook Primary, Sheffield
  • Hindley St Peter’s, Wigan
  • Holy Trinity Primary, West Bromwich
  • Honilands, Enfield
  • Isleworth Town Primary, London
  • Keyworth Primary, London
  • Longmoor Primary, Liverpool
  • Longton Lane Primary, St Helens
  • Lower Kersal Primary, Salford
  • Malorees Juniors, London
  • Malvern Primary, Knowsley
  • Matthew Arnold Primary, Liverpool
  • Mereside Primary, Blackpool
  • Miles Coverdale Primary, London
  • Moorside Primary, Lancaster
  • Mosspits Primary, Liverpool
  • New Brighton Primary, Wirral
  • New Park Primary, Liverpool
  • Newchurch Primary, Isle of Wight
  • Norbriggs, Derbyshire
  • Oaklands Primary, London
  • Oaks Community Primary, Cheshire
  • Our Lady’s Catholic Academy, Stoke on Trent
  • Our Lady of Good Help Primary, Liverpool
  • Our Lady of Lourders Catholic Primary, Liverpool
  • Overchurch Infants, Wirral
  • Park Hall Primary School, Northern Ireland
  • Rainhill St Ann’s, St Helens
  • Rimrose Hope Primary, Sefton
  • Rokeby School, London
  • Roose Primary, Cumbria
  • Runcorn All Saints, Halton
  • Servite Primary School, London
  • Seymour Park Primary, Manchester
  • Sinclair House, London
  • Someries Infants, Luton
  • Springwell Park, Liverpool
  • Stanwix, Carlisle
  • Sturton-By-Stow Primary, Lincolnshire
  • Springwell Park Primary, Sefton
  • St Aiden’s Primary, Knowsley
  • St Benedict’s Primary, London
  • St Cecilia’s Catholic Infant School, Liverpool
  • St Clare’s Primary, Cheshire
  • St Cuthbert’s Primary, Cumbria
  • St Dominic’s, Knowsley
  • St Finbar’s Primary, Liverpool
  • St George’s C of E Primary, Cumbria
  • St Hugh’s Primary, Liverpool
  • St John Fisher, Halton
  • St John Fisher, Knowsley
  • St Joseph’s, Knowsley
  • St Joseph’s Primary, London
  • St Kentigern’s Primary, Salford
  • St Luke’s Wolverhampton
  • St Luke’s Primary Halton
  • St Matthias CE Primary School, London
  • St Oswald’s Junior, Liverpool
  • St Peters Walworth, London
  • St Teresa’s Primary, Harrow
  • St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School, Nottingham
  • St Peter’s Primary, Leicester
  • St Stephen’s RC Primary, Wells
  • St Winifred’s, Manchester
  • Sudley Juniors, Liverpool
  • The Cape Primary School, West Midlands
  • Thomas Buxton, London
  • Thomas Gray Primary, Sefton
  • Victoria Road, Halton
  • Western Primary, Runcorn
  • Westfield Primary, Woking
  • Whitehall Primary, Leicester
  • Windsor Community Primary, Liverpool
  • Woodlands Primary, Rochdale

“The session engaged all children and encouraged the boys to want to write and illustrate their own stories…The children were still enthused about writing the next day – it was great to listen to them discuss what they did!” (Assistant Headteacher, St Margaret Mary’s Infant School, Knowsley)

“Our Year 6 children achieved incredible results in their literacy SATs this year – and I am sure that working with as creatives had a very positive impact on these results!” (Headteacher, Runcorn All Saints Primary School)

Secondary Schools

“We’ve had improved attendance, improved discipline, improved confidence and leadership skills, and with that has come the thing that we need which is improved attainment.” Holly Porrino, (Deputy Headteacher, Newton High School, St Helens)

“All of those additional skills and talents are things that the students benefit from directly through their contact with the professionals from as creatives.” (Gerard Lonergan, Headteacher, Gateacre Comprehensive, Liverpool)

Special Schools


“The Maths Trail you designed for us has proved a great hit with both staff and children!” (Deputy Headteacher, Primary Education Centre, Liverpool)

“as creatives’ programme has been a very definite journey – a clear, comprehensive and enjoyable exploration of new approaches to teaching and learning.” (Headteacher, Hope Special School, Liverpool)