Pottery With Sculpture

This course is available for enrolment.

Registered before?  sign in  to enrol on this course

Not registered yet?  sign up

Course code: P21D

Enjoy making unique potter/ceramic sculptures with plenty of projects and tutor support. This course will be delivered at St Paul's Learning Centre.

When and where


From 22 Feb 2023 to 29 Mar 2023
Wed 13:00-15:30

6 weeks

  Show timetable

  Hide timetable

22 Feb 2023

13:00 to 15:30

01 Mar 2023

13:00 to 15:30

08 Mar 2023

13:00 to 15:30

15 Mar 2023

13:00 to 15:30

22 Mar 2023

13:00 to 15:30

29 Mar 2023

13:00 to 15:30

with Isobel Morris


St Paul's Learning Centre 

94 Grosvenor road
St Paul's


Fees and concessions

The fee for this course is £142.00.

The full (undiscounted) tuition fee for this course is £142.00, the concession rate is £87.00. You may not have to pay for this course if you are not working or on a low wage


<p>This is a flexible course in which students will be encouraged to develop their own creative ideas and styles. </p>

<p>Learn different hand-building techniques, develop skills in designing, decorating, glazing. Fee includes materials and firing. </p>

<p><strong>This course will be delivered at St Paul&#039;s Learning Centre.</strong></p>

<p> </p>

What can students expect?

<p>A safe, creative space in which to learn and make pottery and/or ceramic sculptures. </p>

<p>Teaching will be appropriate to experience and ability and there will be an emphasis on developing your own projects. A good range of clays, glazes and tools are available.  We use several different types of clay and fire to Earthenware: Terracotta, CCB Buff, White Earthenware and Craft Crank.  The highest size of pot we can fire is 25cm.</p>

<p><strong>This course will be delivered at St Paul&#039;s Learning Centre.</strong></p>

<p> </p>

Late starters allowed?

<p>Yes, but this is a short course, so it is best to join by week 2.</p>

Previous experience required?


What is the progression route?

<p>Students may re-enrol course by course and continue to learn or alternative courses can be suggested.</p>

Are there any extra costs?


Work set between sessions?


What should students bring?

<p>All necessary equipment for making is provided. To ensure health and safety there will be different sets of tools for each class. Items that cannot be duplicated will need to be sanitised after use. </p>

<p>You will also need: </p>

<li>An apron or old shirt to protect your clothing (optional)</li>
<li>A lidded plastic box to keep your clay in (1 litre size approx.)</li>
<li>Paper and pencil to make sketches or notes if you want to</li>
<li>A hot or cold drink to have during class if you want to</li>

<p> </p>

Teaching method/style?

<p>Informal, inclusive, practical, supportive, tailored to individuals’ interests and needs.Lots of tutor support.</p>

Equipment Required

<p>See list above.</p>