Schools & Clubs








Create ’n Make - fun, easy to make arts and crafts for kids

Schools & Clubs

Create 'n Make offer a range of workshops and clubs

School Workshops... fun creative learning for children

Create 'n Make workshops are a great way for children to show off their self expression and build their confidence in their creative skills. The workshops are developed and tailored to meet every school's needs, budget and their curriculum.

Click here to download our school workshops leaflet. Please e-mail us to arrange a meeting.

After-School Clubs... continuing the fun after-school

Create 'n Make run after-school clubs for Key Stage 1 children and are currently available in South Oxfordshire, South Buckinghamshire and Berkshire. Each week the children will use a different art and craft technique or materials and will make something to take home. Sessions normally last 1 hour. Our facilitator is CRB checked and a qualified first aider.

Create 'n Make after-school clubs are now available at The Heights, Caverhsam, Rupert House - Henley-on-Thames, Sacred Heart - Henley-on-Thames, Shiplake Primary School, Valley Road School - Henley-on-Thames and Wessex Primary - Cox Green / Maidenhead, .

Holiday Clubs... themed arts and craft days

at Harpsden Village Hall, 9.30-3pm for primary school aged children

Limited to 18 spaces

Themes have included Dr Who, World of Crafts, Art Through the Ages and Pirates of the Caribbean

Holiday Workshops

To find out more please e-mail us OR if you would like to be put your name on our mailing list to be the first to hear about future holiday workshops.



Art Through the Ages (Feb 2012)

I was quite amazed at how much my 3 daughters made and also how much they learned about the historical context. They were able to tell me something interesting about everything they made.

Plus ...they made some good friends and had a thoroughly enjoyable day. I will certainly recommend to friends, congratulations to you on a great initiative and and thank you very much again.

Sarah, Shiplake


Space & Science (April 2012)

Oliver thought the volcano making was "Awesome!"