‘ART be’ a space for you to be you. Art therapy and therapeutic art projects for children, young people and adults.
This summer we will be running another week of ART be + ‘me’, where children can take time to reflect through art-making.
A week of therapeutic art activities reflecting individually on this unique moment in time.
Running much like our camps, The day will consist of 3 workshops, including part of the day outside in our local marshes
Suitable for 5 – 11 years
The impact of COVID 19 has posed many challenges for our children. Thankfully a sense of normality is now returning. This week will enable children to process their feelings including the highs and lows, in a safe creative environment. Facilitated by Linda & Julie Art Therapists/ Educators.
£250 (5% sibling discount available)
WHEN? WE WILL BE TAKING BOOKINGS IN MAY 21:
For 5 days only – 24th – 28th August 2020
Monday – Friday – 9 am – 3.15 pm
LUNCH: In all weathers, we plan to picnic in the park (Clapton Square & The Marches). Young artists will need to bring a packed lunch and be prepared for all weathers!
For further details contact Linda Culverwell (Art Psychotherapist. MA BAAT HCPC) email@example.com
Please read our COVID safe measures before booking.
- New workshop sizes will be set with reference to government guidelines at a maximum of 12 per workshop. Click here for further details.
- Each ‘bubble’ will have a lead artist and an assistant and children will remain in that ‘bubble’ throughout the week.
- Registration will be taken electronically and will take place at the start of the day on the venue door, without the need for parents to enter the building or congregate in the foyer.
- Children will be asked to use hand sanitiser before entering the space.
- Surfaces including door handles and tables will be regularly wiped down.
- Children will be given their own pack of materials and resources so there will be no mixing of materials throughout the week.
- Hand washing will take place at regular intervals.
- Lunches will be placed in a designated area and will be wiped down upon arrival and after lunch.
- Children will be reminded not to share food or drink and will be asked to wash their hands before and after they eat.
- In line with the new guidance, practitioners will wear a mask, gloves and an apron when administering any first aid.
- All of our Lead Facilitators have up to date first aid training.