Portsmouth - Writing's on the wall in Fratton

20th August 2010 at 01:00

A school in Portsmouth will unveil a wall covered in graffiti art next term. The artwork at the Harbour School in Fratton, which caters for children with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties, was created by graffiti artist Charlie Kalsi, working with some of the pupils.

Mr Kalsi ran workshops at the school using painting and drawing as a way of helping to promote skills such as team work and creativity. It is part of his one-year part-time project at the Hampshire School for Social Entrepreneurs, which also involves using art to provide information for young people on social issues. HW.

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