Art Projects for Schools, established in 1987, is the leading supplier of fundraising creative projects to primary schools. Constantly innovating, our most popular project, The Christmas Card Project, has seen the transformation of 220,000 artworks into almost 6 million Christmas cards over the 8 weeks leading up to Christmas in one year.
Ex-teacher and Founder of APFS Dan Dickey puts this success down to a simple ethos: “Art Projects For Schools exists to raise the profile of Art in schools, give children hands-on experience of the design process and generate money for the school. We also realise the pressures schools are under and so have developed an online process which eliminates 90% of the workload.”
Whether you are a parent, a teacher, an art facilitator, a PTA member, or simply an art enthusiast, we hope that you enjoy visiting our site, either to find out more about our fundraising projects, or to take a look at our creative resources.
Since 1997 we have actively encouraged the discovery of children's creative talent through our various projects. Twenty years on, we're now the market leader and we continue our mission to encourage creativity, allowing children to discover their artistic flair.
Over the past 20 years we have helped raise over £4.7 million in funds for schools across the UK. Our projects offer a cost effective way for schools to raise funds, ensuring that all parties benefit from taking part in one of our projects.
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Here at APFS we believe that every child should be given the tools to unlock their creativity. Every child has artistic ability and we believe in giving them the self-confidence to share their creative talents.
We're committed to raising funds for schools through spreading the joy of art and creativity. So far we've raised over £4.7 million for schools across the UK, enhancing over 700,000 children's creative flair along the way.