Welcome to the first ever St. Saviour’s School Art Exhibition
Our Art works are a display of colours centering around nature and still life objects.

According to our Head Teacher Mr Heaton, “Creativity is always a hot topic within educational circles. The common consensus is that it is important and that it will be central to children’s future successes. At St. Saviour's school Ikoyi, one of our all-encompassing objective is ‘broadening horizon, nurturing talents, developing leaders- Education for Life”

Internationally, we are a force to reckon with as some of us excelled in the COBIS Art Competition, Nimi in Year 1 achieved the Runner-up of the EYFS category at the COBIS 2020 Art Competition, out of 592 entries received from 110 COBIS schools around the world. Also Zitem achieved second place in the EYFS category of the COBIS 2021 Art Competition, with nearly 600 entries from 99 schools worldwide, this is a fantastic achievement!

The Art Work displayed will be part of a silent auction with all proceeds from the auction going to one of the Student Councils designated charities. For the silent auction kindly fill in a slip per painting with your full name, phone number, the auction amount and the Art work code and hand in the slip.
Please enjoy the exhibition.


The key aim of the Art at St. Saviour’s is to encourage each child to have a lifelong interest and enjoyment of Art.

Our Art teaching is lively, challenging and wide-ranging. We’ll introduce your child to as many art forms as possible, including painting, printing and modelling. Just as important, we think about art’s historical and cultural context, explore ideas and develop your child’s capacity for making and explaining judgements.

Through experimentation each child at St. Saviour’s is able to develop their knowledge and understanding of Art and its wider role within the world.

Ideas are explored through themed topics, children learn traditional, modern and contemporary approaches to making art. They experiment with a broad range of materials and techniques to create their ideas. Repetition of key skills allow each child to refine the quality of their creations and become increasingly confident in their making. The hope is that all children are proud of the art they make.