Pottery for Schools Nurseries and Activity Groups
Pottery for Schools and Groups
Rachel’s projects are designed to add an element of fun to your school curriculum, as a treat for the children.
Make a display for your school to commemorate a special event. A popular idea is to do tiles either as a mosaic in clay for the school playground or on ready-made tiles for the school hall.
We also come and do hand prints in schools and nursery’s a lovely memory keepsake to last for all time.
The studio seats up to 24 and has a third of an acre of pretty grounds to play in or have a picnic after you have done your project. We are also happy to come out to your school, Nursery, Special needs or children’s activity group. Rachel has a full C.R.B. check and lots experience in teaching along with testimonial from schools.
What do we provide?
- Suitable for all key stages.
- All materials, gadgets, and firing/glazing are included.li>
- Facilities for disabled students and special needs.
- Drinks and bisques free.
- Tailor-made visit to suit your requirements.
- Pottery wheel experiences in and out of school also available
- Clay workshops
- Ceramic workshops
- Glass painting
- Fabric painting
- Demo and talk on the process also done at the beginning
Should you need more information a booklet can be emailed or posted to you, or feel free to call anytime on 07970793727 for more information and availability.
Rachel has run several very successful weekend workshops for us in school. The students are well involved and enjoy the activity. Rachel is an excellent instructor and her enthusiasm inspires and motivates the pupils, and the end product is excellent and always unique.
Tel: 01977 611401
Half Acres Junior and Infant School,Temple Street- Castleford
I am writing to thank you for the ceramics workshops you have been leading in our school. The children who have been involved have thoroughly enjoyed themselves and had the opportunity to learn some new skills and different experiences.
The Foundation Stage parents were thrilled with their “Little Red Robin” Beakers as a memento of their child’s first school play – what a lovely idea.
We are looking forward to working with you again soon. I will be discussing your ideas for “5 a day” with Zoe Liddle who is currently putting together a bid to promote healthy eating in our community. I think your ceramics could be an innovative extra dimension to get the message across.
I have recommended your workshops to several of my colleagues so you may be getting more phone calls. See you in school again.