Welcome to The Kids' Clay Workshop!

 

The Kids' Clay Workshop was created as a concept for kids to get their hands dirty, and to do something different as well as learning about clay. To squish it and bash it, roll it, flatten it, decorate it and join it to make something new and exciting they can take home and keep. Clay is one of Earth's more abundant materials and it's a brilliant and fun way to get back to basics while also being creative and making things in 3D form, which you just don't get from drawing or painting alone.

Our Classes

 

Workshops are designed around a different project each week, and we make everything from scratch, starting from a lump (or several lumps) of clay. Usually we paint the objects in class, but all items can be taken home and once they have firmed up or dried completely they can be painted using simple poster paint. We use a special hardening clay making the objects fairly sturdy! However they are not for domestic use as they are not fired (i.e. will not hold water).



Public Classes & Nursery Workshops

Pre-school classes for Ages 3-5  (term times)
Fridays

Come along to the weekly classes (in term times) and make a different project each week! The projects are fun and easy to make. As the projects are step-by-step it is helpful to arrive on time. Aprons are provided but it is advisable to wear your oldest 'get dirty' t-shirt or outfit. Grown-ups are encouraged to get involved and help out with tricky patches!

Please see under the 'Workshop' tab for further details.

Holiday Sessions for Ages 3-8 years & 5-10 years

Details for these can be found under the Workshop Tab.

School Workshops

The Kids' Clay Workshop runs After School Workshops at specific schools, and holiday clubs in the South London area. These can be run for most age groups in small groups (size depending on age). It is possible to tie in projects with any themes the school may be exploring at that time.
Enquiries welcome!

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