Marks for everyone


Lines, dots, curves, patterns, textures, colour, shapes... Join us on a mark making adventure to unlock your pupils’ inner artist and see them flourish. Choose from two artforms, 2D and 3D mark making. Whichever you choose, there’s plenty of opportunities for pupils to get hands-on.

An example of resources in each pack

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Video masterclasses from artists and celebrities to guide children on their journey

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Ready-to-teach PowerPoint presentations to guide your arts journey

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Creative playing cards to inspire experiments with marks for arts week and beyond

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Arts week explained with everything you need to know to run creative masterclasses

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Calming arts activities to focus pupils after a whirlwind of creativity

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Printable worksheets across all art forms to keep your class busy

All Resources

Talent who feature in the Marks resources

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New for 2024

Our brand new resources for 2024 will also feature some exciting new talented artists. Announcement coming soon.

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Stephen Mangan

Actor, comedian, writer, and presenter on Portrait Artist of the Year.

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Johanna Basford

Scottish illustrator, OBE, and creator of the globally recognised inky colouring books.

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Nathan Wyburn

Welsh artist, specialising in creating iconic celebrity portraits with non-traditional mediums such as food and everyday items.

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Liz Pichon

Writer, illustrator, and creator of the hugely successful Brilliant World of Tom Gates.

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Bob and Roberta Smith

Artist, Royal Academician, OBE, and art education crusader.

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Favour Johnathan

Artist, sculptor, and winner of the Sky Arts ‘Landmark’ series.