Homefield pupils create their own graffiti art mural

Homefield School's graffiti artwork

Homefield School's graffiti artwork

Homefield School

Year 6 pupils at Homefield Church of England Primary School had a wonderful treat to end their week of hard work and determination - they got to create their own graffiti art mural.

Homefield School's graffiti artwork Homefield School's graffiti artwork

Andrew Wilson from AsOneArt visited and instructed the young ones through a workshop on how to create their own stencils. These were then used to spray on to the wall as their permanent legacy.

A spokesperson for the Bradwell school said: It was a touching sentiment to see the strapline the pupils came up with: “Homefield – where dreams come true.”

“This was a fantastic event well supported by a talented artist.”

Picture: Homefield School


  • My sentiments but in not so many words.This is the state of the nation nowadays, teachers not teaching correctly, telling kids to do the wrong thing, not the right thing in life,,They will believe its cool to put graffiti on walls..Teach them manners and etiquette and responsible teaching, not daubing paint on walls..Next thing it will be throwing stones at windows,abusing the elderly..Teach the kids lessons worth learning..

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    yarco boy

    Monday, June 19, 2017

  • Good practice for when these youngsters take to the streets..!!!

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    yarco boy

    Monday, June 19, 2017

  • Oh good. Lets teach them early to put graffiti on walls around the area, instead of teaching them the three 'R's', and other subjects. Irresponsible reporting once again Mercury and coming from the editor as well.

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