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Each month we invite Bigfooters, teachers, students, and parents to share with us work created on behalf of Bigfoot in your school. So if you are proud of what you’ve achieved, and want to tell everyone else about it, please email lizzie@bigfootartseducation.co.uk who will ensure it is shared and celebrated at the Student Sharing Centre here.

At Bigfoot, we believe in fostering a sense of pride and celebration within our community. That’s why we extend an open invitation to Bigfooters, including teachers, students, and parents, to share their remarkable work created in collaboration with us at your school. We understand that achieving something extraordinary is an accomplishment worth sharing with others.

If you’re bursting with pride over what you and your students have achieved, we encourage you to reach out to us via email at lizzie@bigfootartseducation.co.uk. Our dedicated team member, Lizzie, will ensure that your work receives the recognition it deserves. We have created a special platform called the Student Sharing Centre, where your accomplishments will be shared and celebrated.

By actively participating in this sharing initiative, you contribute to the vibrant tapestry of creativity and success that defines our community. Your contributions inspire others, showcasing the incredible work accomplished by Bigfooters across various schools. We believe that sharing and celebrating these achievements not only uplifts individuals but also strengthens our collective commitment to fostering excellence in education through the arts.

So don’t hesitate to share your accomplishments with us. Let us celebrate your hard work, dedication, and creative brilliance, and together, we will continue to create an environment where everyone’s achievements are recognized and celebrated.

Poppy (pictured) has just completed her pack based on our favourite wizard 'Harry Potter' and so has received a much deserved stamp for her CU passport; well done Poppy!

Brother and sister, Ben and Beatrice completed their CU activity pack in 2015 and have been awarded their stamps for some really great and inspirational work. Their favorite section was the activity called 'Changing Direction'- Beatrice had Cinderella learning karate, and Ben had the team in Big Hero 6 going on a crime spree and ending up in prison!

Ariana did some wonderful work based on 'Home' by redesigning costumes and retelling the story's ending


Joshua researched 'Star Wars' and brought the story and characters to life through story-boarding the film and craeting character profiles.