Create ‘n Make school workshops are developed and tailored to meet every school’s needs and their curriculum. They can be designed for a particular class, Key Stage or whole school.
They’re a great way for children to show off their self expression and build their confidence in their creative skills. The workshops are suitable for all ages and abilities. Workshops can either be for an hour, morning/afternoon or full day to meet your school’s timetable and budget.
Below are a few examples of workshops we run….
Puppets give children the opportunity to use their imagination skills to develop
their own characters and bring them to life. We can facilitate any type of puppet – glove, stick, sock, finger or shadow.
Children love the feel of clay – it’s a real hands on material and a great excuse for getting a little mucky too! Every child can engage at their level and achieve amazing results.
Whether it’s 3D sculpture or pots the children will have brilliant fun making their creations
Masks and Headdresses
Are you taking part in a carnival? Does your school play need animal masks? Or are you planning to study the Egyptians or perhaps South Africa – masks are an excellent way of introducing the learning.
Music can be a great inspiration for children. This workshop gives the children the chance to make their own percussion instruments to create musical sounds. Whatever the curriculum subject you want to cover whether it is historical, science based or maybe a particular book you are reading, Create ‘n Make can design an interactive, memorable and fun workshop for your children.
These can be made from any type of material – we like to use things that are recyclable. The models can be created individually for each child to take home or grouped together to create a special display.
If you would like to discuss a workshop, please get in touch.
Owner Michaela Clarke has been an art facilitator for young children for the last 13 years. She builds and inspires creativity using a range of materials.
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- 07831 429794
Based in Henley-on-Thames