Thu Ages 8 to 16 Art Studio for SEN (Trial Class) 16:30 – 17:30
This class is for learners between the ages of 8 and 16.
Try one class
This is a one-off trial class for the Art Studio for SEN course. This class is 1 hour long, on a Thursday afternoon in the Spring Term 2020, from 4:30pm till 5:30pm.
Try a class at any point in the term
This trial class is your opportunity to try one class in the course, to help decide if you would like to join us for the remainder of the term. You can book a trial class at any point in the term. Please note that there is only one trial class allocated per child/ young person in this course per term. It is not possible to attend this course on a drop in basis.
Times and Duration
The Art Studio for SEN course is taught every Thursday afternoon during term time, for a duration of 10 to 13 weeks, depending on the length of the school term. There is a one week break at half term. The schedule can be found on our term timetable (please see Term Time & Holidays link above).
What we do
Art Studio for SEN is a carefully designed course, catering to students with special educational needs. It provides them with a means of engaging with one another and developing their creativity skills irrespective of their ability.
This course is suitable for children on the autism spectrum as well as those with global development delay.
Each class will see students working with various tools, textures, media and techniques in the creation of their own artistic works. The Art Studio for SEN course is a wonderfully supportive environment for students to learn in. Parents, carers and SEN-siblings are encouraged to participate with students who require 1-on-1 support.
In addition, we are fortunate to have volunteers from local schools to assist, meaning that it is not obligatory for parents to remain for the duration of the class. The hope with our Art Studio for SEN course is that the students are able to create in a relaxed environment that thrives on providing a creative outlet.
Who teaches the course
This course is taught by Auriol Herford.