School Holiday Fun

1.5 hr themed pottery sessions for children taking place every school holiday. Designed for 4-8yrs & 9-12yrs and include either a go on the potter’s wheel or work with coloured slips.

Pottery  wheel lessons for kids in the school holidaysOur next event will take place in the Easter Holidays 2018. ‘FRY-UP!’ on Wednesday 11th April and participants will get the opportunity to make a plate on the potter’s wheel filled with clay eggs, bacon and beans! Sessions designed for two age groups although younger and older siblings will never be turned away: 11.30am-1pm 4-8YRS and 2-3.30pm 9-12YRS. to book your place.

In the meantime why not come and make pottery together as a family. We have sessions starting 10am, 11.30am, 2pm and 3.30pm Tuesday – Saturday. Please tel 01531 633886 or email to book.

The Benefits:

An ideal opportunity for aspiring young potters to work with professional, ceramic artists.

Experience ‘hands on’ real clay with an exciting variety of making techniques.

Small friendly groups ensure maximum attention from our experienced team of potters, always on hand to guide and offer advice.

Big emphasis on having fun and learning via enjoyment.

Fantastic fired results every time. Your child’s clay masterpiece will need to dry thoroughly before it can be loaded into the kiln. Collection times will be issued on the day of the workshop.

Dates for 2017-18 school year: 

11 April, 30 May, 1 August

Dates for 2018-19 school year: 

24 October, 31 October

Other dates are available for family and group bookings.


£15 per child. (10% discount for x3 or more places booked). Price includes all materials and firing.

How to book: Website, telephone or email booking essential. Tel 01531 633886 or

examples of previous children’s workshops

Birthday party pottery creations and their young makers at Eastnor PotteryPotter's wheel birthday party at Eastnor pottery West MidlandsHard Boiled Children's Easter Holiday Workshop with Eastnor PotteryDaleks made of clay at Eastnor Pottery by Doctor Who and Pottery enthusiastschildrenyoung potter spinning clay on the potter's wheel