Children and Young People's Programme

Arts St George’s works closely with multidisciplinary children’s teams such as clinicians, hospital play specialists, and the Wandsworth Education Department.

We have developed a range of creative partnerships within the cultural sector to provide innovative and engaging projects and programmes for children and young people.

Throughout the year we deliver a wide range of engaging arts projects for children and young people. For more information please contact

Fox and Friends

During the summer we worked with animators and artists to deliver a project to over 100 children in the Dragon Children's Centre. Participants developed the story, created characters and animated their artwork. Click on the link below to watch the full video.


Making Music! Sessions take place on the first Thursday of the month from 3-4pm in the children’s play areas and wards, led by professional musicians and performers.

Making Music! is a three year programme supported by the Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation.

Downloadable worksheets

Why not download one of our free creative worksheets?

Dragon worksheet

What do people say about our programmes?

We asked children, parents and staff to tell us what our arts programmes mean to them.

What a wonderful workshop, I didn’t expect to find this here - my son loved it and wanted to stay longer which was amazing as he usually is very nervous of his visits parent.

This programme has made a tremendous difference to our patients, the atmosphere has changed, it's become a relaxed playful space                                           clinical team.

I do hope that this arts project continues, it has had a tremendous affect on our patients                                                                                               clinician.

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Image by Benedict Johnson
© Arts St George's

Image by Benedict Johnson
© Arts St George's