Clay School - Ceramics Learning and Young People School Network

BCB works within the education sector to reignite the use of ceramics in the classroom. EYFS, Primary and Secondary have engaging hands on ceramic activity designed to support early experiences of using ceramics via Clay School-Ceramics Learning and Young People School Network. 

Ceramics, hands on, clay under your fingernails, experiences are vital for young people in Stoke-On-Trent. It is part of the cities DNA, it runs through the heart of everything the area is know for, "The Potteries". 

Clay School provides the stimulus for projects that involve children and young people in the early engagement of clay, these cultural experiences led by artists demonstrate how ceramics can be experimented with, innovations created and deeper hands on learning pushed to the limits. 

The objective of CLAY school is to advocate for the provision of ceramics within education. BCB's focused CLAY school network aims to engage with all Stoke-On-Trent schools by 2021.




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