TomatoJack Arts have worked with many schools to create a unique and lasting piece of art for the learning environment. We can work with all Key Stages, enabling children to produce an individual piece of work or work with the whole school on a larger collaborative project. The children can be involved in every stage of the process, from design and preparation through to creating the mosaic. Every project is unique and tailored to your requirements. We are perfectly situated to work in Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham.
If you would like to discuss a project you have in mind please contact us or scroll down the page to see our latest completed projects.
TomatoJack Arts is covered by Public Liability Insurance, and both Lynda and Angela have enhanced CRB checks.
Retirement Gift
Where: Uley C of E Primary School, Uley
When: July 2017
Details: Every child and member of staff in the school placed a petal on this bird bath which was then given as a retirement gift to the school secretary.
School Entrance Mosaic
Where: Bridge Farm Primary School, Bristol
When: February 2017
Details: A front entrance mosaic created by us and based on the school's logo.
Year 6 Leavers Mosaic
Where: Berkhampstead School, Cheltenham
When: November 2016
Details: Year Six made a wonderful leaving present for their school showing the many aspects of school life with the school logo and motto at the centre.
School Team Mosaic
Where: Uley C of E Primary School, Uley
When: April 2016
Details: The Whole School helped to make a one metre square mosaic showing the school teams or houses.  The children had designed the emblems and the design was based around a cross showing the school's Christian values.
EPIC Welcome Mosaics
Where: Springbank Primary School, Gloucester
When: October 2016
Details: Gifted and talented pupils in art from throughout the school made two magnificent mosaics to adorn their school entrance.
School Reception Area Mosaic
Where: Carrant Brook Junior School, Tewkesbury.
When: March 2016
Details: Carrant Brook Junior School asked the children to illustrate their core values and aims: Aspiration, Inspiration, Responsibility, Caring, Resilience and Confidence.  Working in small groups, Years 3 and 4 created the mosaic over 2 whole days.
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