* Experiment with colour and paint
* Create with clay & natural materials
* Construct with recyclables
* Engineer and test adhesive methods and materials
* Drawing, painting, cutting, gluing, sewing, sculpting…
* Adding, blending, transforming

 …learn to trust the creative process
…develop fine-motor skills
…gain knowledge about materials and properties

See photo examples

* Qualified primary teacher and artist
* 15 years’ experience teaching art to primary-aged children
* Progressive teaching methods
* Small groups (max 10 children)
* Lessons based on traditional and modern arts/crafts, developing skills & creativity
* Structured, but in a nurturing home-studio setting
* A child-friendly, relaxed environment for after-school
* Lots of variety / choice
* Excellent resources
* Daily or weekly themes

* Read about the classes
* Book your days online
* Single day or multiple day bookings accepted…
e.g. book Tuesdays for 6 weeks, or book Wed & Thurs for 2 weeks, or start with 1 day – tomorrow
* Change days easily
* Late-stay/pickup available
* Visa/Mastercard – no fees

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Creative kid’s
Art classes and after-school care

for children who like to

Age 5-13
Open 3-6.30pm

January & Term 1 dates 

click Classes or Booking at top right

Imagine a place you can go to after school where you can chill out in a bean bag, under a tree, while making clay animals!

Or you can come into the art studio and sew something on the sewing machine, paint and draw with friends, or make something at the woodworking table on the veranda!

Helen is an artist and teacher (and a mad scientist!) and will be there to support you to make lots of wonderful arts and crafts, including your own inventions!

The Art Lab

What do we do?

Creative Kid’s art classes provide an opportunity to play and experiment in a structured but caring, home-studio environment. Activities are designed and supervised by an experienced primary school teacher and artist.

To meet the needs of active and curious children after school we explore a variety of crafts such as sewing, crochet, pottery, felting, weaving, jewellery and woodwork; and the art forms: painting, drawing, sculpting and printmaking.


The activities utilise a child’s growing mathematical skills such as estimating, measuring, scaling up & down, changing 2D to 3D, exploring symmetry, and pattern-making. 

Natural sciencessuch as chemistry, biology, geology and physics are included, as well as history and culture (e.g. who discovered pottery?)

Where to next?…