This course is for learners between the ages of 18 months and 3 years. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Times and Duration
The course is taught every Thursday and Friday morning during term time, for a duration of 10 to 13 weeks, depending on the length of the school term. The schedule can be found on our current term timetable, which also features information on pricing (please see the Term Time & Holidays link above). Each class is 45 minutes long.
You can join the course at any point in the term, depending on availability. If you would like to join after the course has commenced, please get in touch, as the price will be reduced to reflect the number of classes left until the end of the term. The prices listed for our courses on this site are for the entrire length of each term.
Try one class
We offer one-off trial classes in this course, so that you can come along and see if you would like to sign up for the rest of the term. You can attend a trial class at any point in the course. There is only one trial class allocated per child per term.
We also offer drop in classes, so that you can attend as suits your schedule. If this is your first class, choose the trial class option, which is offered at a special discounted rate.
What We Do
The Art for Little Ones course is an excellent means of introducing children to one another and to art, through a story. Each half term we start a new story based on a fairy tale, myth or legend, which encourages continuity and results in the children having deeper memories of what they’ve learnt.
Once the story has been established, we expand on the story through stretches, song and dance on a week-to-week basis. As the story unfolds we introduce the steps to make characters and props through techniques like puppetry, printmaking and modelling in clay.
The Art for Little Ones course encapsulates the fundamental belief held at Kite Studios, that children enjoy messy play, love to explore new materials and that this helps to develop their core artistic and social skills. Children are taught skills including cutting, threading, constructing with paper, clay modelling, painting, puppetry and printing and – above all else – are given the opportunity to have fun in a social setting, where they are free to express themselves creatively.
Who Teaches the Course
This course is taught is Jenna Naylor and Auriol Herford.