The Storified Schools Project

Rosarts is proud to offer ‘The Storified Schools Project’- a workshop programme for schools and education providers who are looking for new, creative and fun ways to help children and young people develop their confidence with their writing and artistic skills.


Rosarts is currently on a mission to provide creative workshops for schools that will empower children’s literacy skills through artwork.

It can be really difficult to engage young children with writing, and so I believe that approaching literacy work through the creative ‘Storified Art’ process can help combat this problem, and yield fantastic results.

Schools Workshop Programme

The Storified Schools Project at Stephenson Way Primary, Co. Durham

As a qualified teacher, I’m able to offer cross-curricular activity sessions to groups of children. These are delivered in-house to inspire beautiful, meaningful pieces of storified artwork that the children will love and that schools can display proudly.

The project is all about enthusing children with new confidence and skills in their creative abilities, as well as taking real pride in the writing that they produce to fit alongside their artwork.

Stars in assembly

The Storified Schools Project at Bailey Green Primary, Killingworth

To learn more about The Storified Schools Project in practice, you can read one of the project blogs hereBelow you’ll find some examples of work done by Year Six pupils on a recent workshop with the theme of a Victorian murder mystery novel:

More information for schools:

For more information on the workshops please feel free to contact me via email or any other of the contact options as listed on the contact page above.