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This short course is designed to teach you a higher level of throwing techniques, from clay preparation to finishing and glazing. Over two 3-hour sessions, you will be guided by an experienced potter to hone your wheel throwing skills.


This course is built for a small group of students with varying levels of experience. It's for beginners with no knowledge of pottery as well as those wanting to refresh their wheel-throwing skills.


There will be a maximum number of 6 people on the course so there will be a strong emphasis on 1-to-1 tuition to help you achieve successful results.


You can read more about our two-week wheel throwing course, along with our other Wheel Throwing courses, in our blog post!


Off Peak dates and times also available - click here for 'Wheel Throwing Access Course off peak times'.


Class Length 3 hours for 2 consecutive weekend days or weekday evenings
Age Group 16 years - 99 years
Method Taught   Wheel throwing
Maximum class size 6
Experience required   Beginners and improvers. Ideally completed our Wheel Taster Class but not required!

    Here's a list of things you may wish to bring with you to class:

    • Water bottle
    • Mask (optional)
    • Clothes that you don’t mind getting dusty and dirty
    • Flat shoes/trainers, no open toe shoes
    • You will need to remove your rings so you may wish to leave these at home (not applicable for painting only classes)
    • Hair tied back
    • Sensible length nails if you are going on the pottery wheel
    • Something to make fun or pretty textures in the clay (optional)
    • Children aged 15 and under joining adult classes must be accompanied by an adult over 18 (this does not apply to the Kids Holiday Pottery Club, After School Club or Kids Clay Taster Class as these are classes specifically for kids to have fun together!)
    • Please be punctual for the class and arrive 15 minutes in advance of the start time. Remember to give yourself enough time to park, especially at the weekend
    • Coffee, tea, water, squash and biscuits 
    • Aprons
    • All tools and equipment
    • Class tuition by experienced tutor
    • On site ceramic technician
    • Toilets are just large enough for clothes changing if required
    • Clay and a selection of underglazes (no glazes at the Wheel Taster classes, we will clear glaze these for you when dry). Paint classes, we provide one pot per person and a selection of underglazes
    • Kiln firing service to your pieces - can either be collected or posted to you 4-6 weeks later (or 2-3 weeks later for painting only classes)

    Please see our full Terms and Conditions for classes and courses before making your booking. You are required to have read and understood these before booking a class.


    Class fees include tuition, materials, firing costs and tea and coffee. Payment must be made in full at the time of booking.


    A full refund will be offered where you seek to cancel with notice of at least 7 days prior to the class date. Please click on the cancellation option on your email confirmation

    For cancellations with prior notice of less than 7 days but more than 4 days from the class date, no refund will be offered, but the option of rearranging the class is available. Please click on the transfer option on your email confirmation

    Cancellations with less than 7 days’ notice are non-refundable.

    In the unlikely event that Keeeps cancels your class, we will do our best to organise an alternative date within a reasonable period of time. If this is not possible a full refund will be offered..


    Wheel Throwing - Access Course (2 weeks, once/week)

    Wheel Throwing - Access Course (2 weeks, once/week)

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