At our Holiday Club, my priority is in creating a safe and inclusive space for everyone, where we have lots of fun and are free to experiment and “give it a go”.
Children have some amazing opportunities to explore different media; needle felting, wet felting, printmaking, copper embossing and glass fusing, amongst lots more!
Limited to just 8 places. Please note that booking is done by the day. You do not need to sign up for all workshops.
Dates: Half-term Holidays [Tuesday 28th May - Friday 31st May 2019]
Tuesday 28th May: Material bowls
Wednesday 29th May: Quilled Flowers (recommended age of 10+)
Thursday 30th May: Wet Felting (including felted Geodes)
Friday 31st May: Needle Felting Collage
Dates: Summer Holidays
Monday 12th August: Printmaking
Tuesday 13th August: Quilling (recommended age of 10+)
Wednesday 14th August: Copper Embossing
Monday 29th July: Glass Fusing (recommended age of 8+)
Tuesday 30th July: Confetti Bowls
Wednesday 31st July: Wet Felting
Ages: Children ages 6 to 14
Option 1: Without Lunch - 9am till 12 midday / £22 per day, inclusive of all art materials and use of equipment.
Option 2: Including Lunch - 8:15am till 1:15pm / £35 per day, inclusive of all art materials, use of equipment, and hot lunch.
There is the option of extending the day from 8:15am till 1:15pm, including provision of a hot lunch @ £35 per day (working out at just £7 per hour). During this time, your son/daughter is more than welcome to experiment with crafts on our studio’s art shelves, however other activities are also offered; such as playing games together, simply chilling out with a book, or helping themselves to refreshments and having a chat or a rest.
Your attention to everyone and thoughtfulness and way with the children made it all really so special. I think you inspired us all . . . as such a nurturing and lovely tutor to have for the children. New to them but they all felt instantly safe and at ease with you. Special skills Hannah . . . You make everyone feel they belong, comfortable and want to return again and again.”
- Claire (February 2019)