Clay School

Ceramics Learning and Young People School Network for Primary

Clay School is designed to support, enrich and connect the curriculum using ceramics for key stage 1 and 2.

Enabling quality artists in the classroom experiences, extending learning opportunities and re-igniting the use of cermamics in schools and ensuring all children get clay under their fingernails!

"The clay things we make with our hands are wonderful and we use them every day."  Key Stage 2 School pupil  

Clay School

Ceramics Learning and Young People School Network for Primary

Clay School is designed to support, enrich and connect the curriculum using ceramics for key stage 1 and 2.

Enabling quality artists in the classroom experiences, extending learning opportunities and re-igniting the use of cermamics in schools and ensuring all children get clay under their fingernails!

"The clay things we make with our hands are wonderful and we use them every day."  Key Stage 2 School pupil  

Clay School

Ceramics Learning and Young People School Network for EYFS

Clay School supports creative, hands on activity designed to engage and inspire early experiences of clay. Aimed at EYFS, nurseries, Children's Centres and Community groups working with children under five.

"The clay felt squishy when i used it". Under 5 participant

 

 

For enquiries about how your setting can join

Clay School

Ceramics Learning and Young People School Network for EYFS

Clay School supports creative, hands on activity designed to engage and inspire early experiences of clay. Aimed at EYFS, nurseries, Children's Centres and Community groups working with children under five.

"The clay felt squishy when i used it". Under 5 participant

For enquiries about how your setting can join

Clay School please contact Katie@britishceramicsbiennial.com  

 

Appetite Big Feast Festival

Professional Development

British Ceramics Biennial is committed to furthering opportunities for ceramic artists.

Find out more about the opportunities to get involved. 

Ceramics and its Dimensions
Open Access Studio

 

 

Ceramics and its Dimensions

British Ceramics Biennial is proud to be part of the international Ceramics and its Dimensions (CAID) project.

CAID is an innovative project encompassing all facets of ceramics and uniting Europe under its wide umbrella. It brings museums, universities, and research institutes together to provide an integral view of ceramics past, present and future and, last but not least, harness all manner of internal and external communication to shed light on the dawn of ceramics: European ceramics – a material with tradition for the world of tomorrow.

National Roast Dinner Day

Woman's Work

Until 2017
Woman’s Work seeks to make visible the hidden and unsung labour carried out by women in the home, the workplace and public life, and in particular seeks to redress the imbalance in history and the arts, where work made by women has been undervalued, or simply not recognised.

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