Ronni Ancona

Ronni Ancona is an actress, comedian, impressionist and author , best known for BBC's BAFTA award winning The Big Impression alongside Alistair McGowan and her appearances on QI.  She is also a qualified art teacher. Ronni is an ambassador of Children & the Arts.

Neil Buchanan

Neil Buchanan is an English television presenter and musician best known for creating the multi award winning Art Attack, a television programme that he has presented since 1990. Neil is an Ambassador for Children & the Arts. 

Fearne Cotton

Fearne Cotton is an English author, designer, television and radio presenter, best known for presenting a number of popular television programmes.

Shaun Escoffery

Shaun Escoffery is a British soul and R&B singer and actor. Shaun has enjoyed what is now a six-year run as Mufasa in the London production of the “The Lion King”. In September 2016 he released his latest album and embarked on a UK tour, selling out the prestigious Union Chapel in London.

Amanda Holden

Amanda Holden is an English television presenter, actress and singer, best known as a judge on ITV's Britain's Got Talent since the show began in 2007. Amanda is an Ambassador for Children & the Arts. 

Kate Moross

Kate Moross is an award-winning, multi-tasking illustrator, art director and designer and director of Studio Moross. She has worked on music videos, textiles, identities, murals, fashion and magazine covers for a number of international publications and brands.

Oust

OUST is one of East London's most prolific graffiti artists. His classic 'OUST' dub can be spotted all over London. Oust lent his support to Children & the Arts by officially launching our Secondary School Perspective Art Prize with a specially commissioned window piece in Hoxton, East London. 

Lady Petchey (Frances Segelman) 

An English sculptor living in London, Frances is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Sculptors. She is well known for her busts of royalty and celebrity personalities.

Eleanor Updale

Eleanor Updale is an English fiction writer, best known for the Victorian-era Montmorency series, Johnny Swanson, and the modern-day flashback novel The Last Minute. Eleanor is an Ambassador for Children & the Arts.