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'Marie has a passion for the art, a passion that she shares with enthusiasm and intelligence. Marie’s experimental approach to using materials and techniques offers a chance to explore both traditional and contemporary ways of creating artwork in new and interesting ways.'
Kyle Kirkpatrick, Deputy Head of School - Art & Design, Milton Keynes College
'Marie is the lead tutor on the Arts Pathway of our "Making Tracks" programme for autistic adults. She teaches and supports our trainees, many of whom had been socially isolated due to the COVID 19 pandemic, through a series of artistic explorations, which gives them new skills as well as self-confidence and self-esteem.
She helps the trainees recognise what they can achieve and appreciate what they have to offer to the working world. Her work is of the highest quality, and I wouldn't hesitate in recommending her.'
Marie Osborne, Chief Executive, Old School Wolverton
'Marie prepared and delivered weekly sessions as part of our Making Tracks project for autistic adults who are looking to move on in their employment journeys. Marie demonstrated her organised professionalism and caring nature during her successful delivery of the Arts pathway. She created session plans, documented outcomes and revised future plans, whilst considering the vastly differing needs of each trainee. In addition to delivering a programme of activities that led trainees to produce saleable items in the Old School shop, she worked with each trainee to develop their "STEPS" story. This involved helping them to identify where they had demonstrated soft skills.
Marie played a vital role in developing the confidence of the trainees along with their artistic skills, as well as giving support to other pathway leads.'
Rachel Sutton, Project Leader, Making Tracks Programme for Old School Wolverton