Mini makers is our art club for children aged 3 to 5.
It will take place from 10.30am to 11.45am on the following Mondays:
- 25 March
- 22 April
- 20 May
- 3 June
- 1 July
- 15 July
- 9 September
- 23 September
- 7 October
- 21 October
£6.50 per child | £2.50 per adult
All children must be accompanied by an adult. Max 1 adult per child.
Each session will encourage children to develop their imagination & creativity; self-expression and communication skills. Children will explore a range of creative activities, cognitive play, making and drawing in different ways.
- Experiment with multi-sensory materials
- Explore creativity outdoors
- Try a range of wet and dry drawing and painting media
- Explore and record the natural environment
- Be inspired by our art collection
- Discover colour, shape, light & shadow
- Experience 3D sculpture & land art
- Creative play with natural materials
Mini makers art club and Little Pips gardening club run at the same time on alternative Mondays, so why not try both?
The sessions will take place in the Old Potting Shed learning studio, which is fully accessible with accessible toilet facilities. There are baby changing facilities and children’s seat inserts and steps.
If you have any additional questions about accessibility, please contact Chatsworth Education at email@example.com so we can discuss your specific requirements.
Please park in the main car park - parking is included with your ticket - before meeting a member of the learning team at the top garden entrance next to the Stables 10 minutes before the session starts.
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Lamb feeding experience
15 April to 20 May
A special opportunity to bottle feed our lambs in the farmyard. Includes access to the farmyard and playground and a bag of animal feed.
31 May 2024
Spend an afternoon helping the farmyard team with their daily jobs, from collecting eggs to grooming the animals.
Goat kid feeding experience
1 June–1 July 2024
A special opportunity to bottle feed and cuddle our goat kids in the farmyard.
Family explorer walk: make a tiny woodland home
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