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Welcome to our after school Art Club for 6 - 15's! 

Creativity should engage, inspire and challenge our children, and at Little Renaissance that is exactly what we want to achieve.  Not to mention the therapeutic benefits that creativity gives, even at a young age.

Art and design encourages creative thinking, and learning skills and techniques in art help to give children a means of communication, albeit a visual one that helps them to express their ideas and process thoughts.

What will we be covering

Above all, we want these sessions to be fun for the children, engage them, educate them and challenge them.  Our  curriculum will be loosely based around the 3 key stages of learning, but with lots of breathing space. We will look at painting, drawing, collage, sculpting and printing whilst giving your child room to experiment.  We plan and schedule each session before term starts, but we may change the topics part way through.

 

When and Where?

We work to term time only and meet after school. We have two classes running on a Wednesday for 12-15's with the first session running from 4-5.30pm and our second session from 5.45-7.15pm'  The 6-11's art club meet on Thursday from 4-5.30pm.  

The studio is based in Coney Hall Bromley, Kent, situated at the end of a residential garden.  The studio accommodates 6 children comfortably.  There are toilet facilities and we provide refreshments part way through the session.

Meet the teacher

From a very young age Sara has always been very passionate about creativity in its many forms from creative writing to creating websites and businesses.  However, painting and drawing is her passion, experimenting with different mediums and ideas in art.

Sara has experience teaching children from Sunday school, creating the curriculum and running sessions to running her own childminding business for a number of years.

She has 4 children of her own all creative in their own ways.

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Sara has exhibited her art at various places, and works closely with clients creating bespoke commission pieces.  She also successfully sells prints of her original pieces.  She loves to open up her studio to teach those interested in art both as a hobby, but also as a potential career path helping them find their own unique style of art.  Sara has an enhanced DBS, is trained in paediatric first aid and has been trained in safeguarding.

Prices and signing up

Every session we cover a different medium and your child will be given a large ring bound hard covered art book to keep all their work in.  All materials are included in the price of every session.   The Make your Mark art club runs parallel to the school terms running for 6 weeks in between half term and holidays.    We currently do not run a half term holiday club.

You can book a term at a time (6 weeks), at £120.  If you have found us part way through a term, you can sign and pay for the remainder of the term, just hit the links below. We adjust the price each week according to how many sessions we have left.

If you would like to sign your child up for a taster session, please use the box below to fill in your details and we will contact you.  During the half term breaks and holidays we open up booking for the next term.  

If you prefer to book your child in on a weekly basis, that is also an option for you, although we cannot guarantee that there will be places available.  Follow the link below for booking weekly.

If you would like more information please fill out the info box below and we will contact you soon.  Please use this box if you would like to book your child in for a taster session.  

Making Your Mark
Childrens Art Classes