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Magic Scuplting

This class does not only boost creativity but also manipulating a piece of clay develops the child’s large and small muscles.

Clay play fosters eye-hand coordination. Soft clay is receptive and responsive to all kinds of emotional expression.

Clay is so fascinating that some children work for long periods without any adult motivation to maintain their interest. It can be a great way to extend the attention span of some children.

OFFERED: Wednesdays at 15:30 for Ages 5 - 10 years.

SIGN UP: You can trial the class for £12.90 click here.

INSTRUCTOR: Bo

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Magic Sculpting Instructor, Bo

Bo is a new clay teacher who has graduated from Chelsea College of Art with a First Class Hons degree in Fine Art. She works across sculpture, film and performance. She has nearly 10 years of experience working with clay and have taught clay modelling to children at the London School of Art.

What do you enjoy about teaching at 3HC?

What I enjoy most is that the lesson always ends with the most imaginative creations by the children.

What do you do for fun?

Yoga, reading, exhibitions and cinema.

What was your favourite snack or cereal when you were young?

A Penguin or club (orange) chocolate biscuits.

What is one of your favourite parks, restaurants or cafes in the city?

Springfield Park and Hampstead Heath, and the tea room in the Kagyu Samye Dzong Buddhist centre in spa road is wonderful.