Tony Hayward is a Royal College of Art trained sculptor who has taught for over 20 years in schools, colleges and museums.  He has a unique collection of Indian objects, including moving toys many made from recycled materials and he will demonstrate these in your classroom.

Keystages 1, 2 & 3.

Tailor-made in discussion with you.

Educational and fun - Involving and challenging children to exceed expectations.

Exploring through making and doing, supporting your lesson plans.

Examples of Workshops
Indian Moving Toys - a great way to explore such topics as gravity and movement, Indian culture and folk craft.
Bookcraft and Making
Family Trees
Home for a Toy
Portraits in Wire
Other workshops are available in consultation with you.
Celebrating and creating value with special needs and diversity; embracing a world learning context.

Workshop structure
Choose from:
One group for one whole day to work on an extended project.
Two groups each for half a day.
Five shorter one-hour sessions over a whole day.
Let us know your needs.

£200 for a 5-hour day plus travel and materials (receipts supplied).

Size of workshops
Anything from small groups to a whole class.
Let us know your needs.

Why Tony Hayward?
Over 20 years experience of running workshops in leading museums such as the V&A and throughout schools and colleges. Click here for more information on Tony Hayward.

CRB: Enhanced Disclosure June ‘06.

We’d love to book Tony.

Tony Hayward Educational Art Workshops
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