Primary Teachers Art Training; CPD Standards accredited.

Inclusive of art materials & VAT for up to thirty teachers. Delivered in your school. Tailored to your needs. Some schools hold their training jointly which gives them the benefit of sharing costs (Full day £595) while building links with other professionals.


Each course (Inset/CPD) explores what is required for outstanding learning in Fine Art. They give teachers the skill & confidence to teach watercolour painting (including drawing) to whole classes of thirty children. There is also advice on inexpensive art materials & equipment; lesson plans that are National Curriculum and cross-curricular linked, and how to set up your classroom to teach art successfully.

Primary Teachers from Sunny Bank Primary, Bury, Lancashire, learn to teach watercolours. With their CPD accredited certificates.
Hugh Templeton Training – Watercolours.
accredited courses: Twilight, Full or Half-days available.

Hugh Templeton Training – Watercolours

When you contact Hugh he we will provide you with a pre-course questionnaire, allowing you to tell him your objectives and learning outcomes. His unique courses have differentiation built into each lesson.

Children and teachers need ‘art as a therapy’ more than ever. Both have expressed how relaxing and beneficial the art of watercolour painting is. It helps by stimulating mindfulness & wellbeing simply by calming our anxieties.

Hugh Templeton has a Degree in Art Education from the University of Manchester with Distinction in the practice of teaching, and ‘outstanding’ from Ofsted. His work in schools has been described as ‘Remarkable’ by the Times Educational Supplement. All themes fully reflect the National Curriculum in Art and have been highly praised by Headteachers and successfully tried & tested in Primary Schools throughout the UK. Hugh has taught ‘art as a therapy’ to patients and medical staff at the Manchester University Hospital Foundation Trust.

Manchester Royal Infirmary staff benefit from Hugh’s ‘Art as a therapy.’