Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Alumni - Neequaye Dreph

Neequaye graduated from Illustration in 1997 here's an update of what's he's doing now and some examples of his fabulous work - from his blog.

"Neequaye is a secondary school art teacher based in London. As an established artist / designer with comprehensive subject knowledge, he is passionate about bringing real life experience into the teaching environment. He prides himself on his ability to engage, enthuse and motivate pupils. For the past two decades he has worked with young people in education, youth justice, the youth service and social housing. He has experience working in SEN and PRU establishments and with young people with mental health difficulties or with medical conditions.

He holds a post 16 teaching qualification (PGDE) and experience teaching KS3 – KS5 pupils across the ability range. Neequaye has delivered art programs in schools and for the youth service, prison service, youth justice and pupil referral units in Greater Manchester where he lived for nearly a decade, and throughout the UK. The young people He has worked with were from all walks of life and often were those considered to be hard to reach. Projects often focused around issues of health, citizenship and community agendas, relating to the Every Child Matters program."