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Telling the time @St James’ West Malvern

Eastnor Pottery working with St James to make ceramic clockThe ex-headtacher from St James’ Primary School in West Malvern is a regular on our weekend and one day potter’s wheel workshops.

Karen maintains contact with her old school and on a recent visit, managed to snap this photo of a completed pottery project we undertook with the school back in the noughties.

Each child at the school, at that time, made and painted in the school colours, a clay tile. The individual tiles were mounted to form a giant time piece.

I wonder what all the children who took part are doing now?!…..


Pottery parrots in the orchard

Clay Parrots being made with Jon the Flying Potter from Eastnor Pottery

The approaching Olympic games in Rio provided the inspiration for the annual Arts Week at Cherry Orchard Primary School in Worcester recently.

Jon worked with x3 YR1 classes helping the children to make individual parrots based upon the animated film ‘Rio’.

The children’s creations were transported back to Eastnor Pottery for a bisque firing, providing the perfect surface for the children to paint in brightly coloured acrylics back at School.

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