Interactive Graffiti Mural | Applegarth Academy

Applegarth Academy are well- known for their excellent Enhanced Learning Provisions for speech and language facilities, and provide specialist teaching for children with specific speech and language impairments. The teachers at Applegarth Academy have been long awaiting the completion of their newest buildings which have been specially built for the Enhanced learning department…

The guys at Applegarth Academy wanted a mural that would involve the children in their school and look fantastic for years to come. After applying some creative thought, the teachers and our artists decided to create the image of a tree with abstract style leaves in the shape of thought and speech bubbles. The teachers wanted to make the artwork really relevant to the children receiving specialist speech and learning therapy, and decided to incorporate their visual learning symbols within the speech and thought bubbles. We designed some bespoke stencils especially for the day and our artists helped all the children make their own mark by applying their chosen stencil to the wall using spray-paint and poster-paints.

The pupils were enthusiastic and keen to get involved. Our artists really enjoyed this project, and were chuffed with how well the pupils responded to the activity. It was a pleasure to work with the teachers and pupils at Applegarth Academy. A special thank you to the teachers for inviting our graffiti artists to contribute to the legacy of this department!

If you’ve got a blank wall in your school why not get in touch with our graffiti artists? Our expert graffiti artists are fantastic at working with schools and would be happy to run a graffiti workshop with your pupils. Don’t have an on-site wall to paint? Don’t worry, we can bring large canvases with us for the pupils to paint onto!

Read more about our murals and graffiti workshops.

Graffiti Life
charlotte@graffitilife.co.uk


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