The annual SATIPS Art Exhibition is always a popular event with our members. This year, in line with the move of many of our services to online delivery, the exhibition will be a virtual event. Organised in conjunction with Cheltenham College Preparatory School, artwork from schools across the country will be exhibited on the SATIPS website in September.

SATIPS member schools will be invited to submit entries virtually that will then be uploaded to the art exhibition and go on display publicly in September. Open to all ages, entries can include up to 8 pieces so they can be individual or collaborative.

You can submit your entry via the following google form:

requires the user to log into a Google account in order to submit the work. In the event that you don’t have access to a Google account, please feel free to email to submit an entry, with the following information:-

School Name: 

Is this an individual or collaborative entry?:

Details of Entrant(s):

What is the medium of your piece?:

Details of the piece:

Please ensure each attached item is at least 1000px x 1000px:

The closing date for entries is the end of August to allow us time to process them ready for display in September.

For any queries, please email or

About Cheltenham Prep

Cheltenham Prep is a prep school for girls and boys aged 3-13. Located in the heart of Cheltenham, surrounded by the green hills of the Cotswolds, The Prep is the perfect first chapter for your child’s education.

Children at The Prep have great fun and the chance to try new things every single day. Whether it is on the stage, in the choir, the classroom on the sports pitches or beyond, everyone has the opportunity to try everything and to discover something that they love.

We were keen to support the SATIPs Art Exhibition in 2021 to help support children across the country to discover their creative talent and share it with the world.

Thank you to everyone that has helped to make this SATIPs event a reality. We hope that you enjoy taking part and viewing the exhibited artworks. Prep School life should be an adventure, and our artists’ participation in this event is another exciting tale they will have to tell their parents about on the drive home after school today.