Rosemary Works Primary School, London N1  March 2022

​Front Entrance Gate

School children from all year groups & Collab with Kate Hodgson


This project included guided drawing sessions with Kate Hodgson. The drawings were then used as the basis for the mosaic design of 2 metres by 1.5 metres and made into 'permanent art'.  During 10 mosaic-making sessions, the children from Reception to Year 6 worked in indirect method and the final piece was then turned, installed on board, grouted, framed and hung on the entrance gate


Fleet Primary School, London NW3  July 2021

​Front Entrance Wall, Fleet Primary School, Gospel Oak

​Collaboration with schoolchildren and London School of Mosaic

This project included design days with the pupils, mosaic-making sessions (pupils and staff) and was installed directly on external brick wall using indirect method. It was started in the middle of the pandemic period and was a welcome project for the children. ​The mosaic was inspired by the huge 150 year old blossom tree in the grounds of the school. Drawings and individual blossom flowers from each child were incorporated into the design and final mosaic. The mosaics were worked on in sections (reverse method) and put together at the end.

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Gladstone Park Primary School, London NW6

​Playground Mosaic

​Ceramic shapes and Mosaic Tiles

This project involved individual mosaics sections and ceramic shape making days with the children on the theme of London.  The imaginative pieces were then put together to form a design of a map of London with the River Thames and completed by Debra, the mosaic artist outside of the school. It was then hung on an exterior playground wall.



Slough Primary School  2018

Children from a special needs unit helped create this mosaic using drawings of insects, bees, butterflies, caterpillars in a two day mosaic workshop.  The ceramic tiles were precut and grouted at the end of the workshop.

Various Primary Schools 2012 - 2020