Summer Holiday Classes

Here’s a sneaky peek at our Summer Programme. This hols we will be focusing more on sewing and textiles. We will be doing some fun pop-up workshops including Kite Making and Pom Poms. Saturday 11 August From 11am, doors close at 4pm Pop-in Pom Poms & Tassels. Make accessories to love and adore! 7yrs – […]



Happy Makers

I just wanted to say a big thank you to all the staff who were involved in this lovely class today.  It was such a fun activity for the kids and myself and we have taken away wonderful memories from a perfect time spent with you today.  The spoons were delightful and so much fun.  

The show after the class was amazing, the acting and humour was first class.  The amount of detail and involvement everyone had in today's class and performance was unbelieveable, it is lovely to see staff and people who clearly love their job.  Thank you for making our day so much fun. We look forward to many more exciting classes.

— Janet, Dexter and Sienna

He loves his sewing class so much that he does his Monday homework in his playtime (he made that decision on his own) and is very fond of Jane too. She is brilliant with the kids.

— Penny, SE London

Fabulous screen printing workshop, they can’t wait for the next workshop.

— Emma, West Wickham

Just to say a huge thank you to you all, it was the most lovely party, you all did such an amazing job. Esme was so happy. We will definitely be doing another one next year! but probably see you before then at some art classes etc.

— Molly

Such a unique learning experience for the whole class, something for everyone and what a way to learn about WW2 on our doorstep.

— Bromley Based Primary School

Splatt Club, just what I’ve been looking for my arty 5 year old.

— Dawn, Petts Wood

Sewing Machine Drivers Licence was the perfect present – thank you.

— Lucy, Beckenham

Brilliant! Brilliant! finally I found somewhere that my son can go that isn't sport and dance related. He loves Splatt Club can't wait to go each weekend and he has even made new pals. Well done you.

— Roshni, Dulwich