The pottery workshop, led by Jeremy Wyatt, gives students an opportunity to create functional, fun and abstract objects in a relaxing and supportive environment. Students can get messy exploring different textures with their hands to express themselves and their creativity.
Using new and recycled clay, we use a variety of methods to produce cups, bowls, and unique artworks for the households and local community. Students develop their fine motor skills, learn to help load up and empty the electric kiln and respond to the seasons. For example, in the summer months, students use leaves to create patterns in the work that they produce.
September 16 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Annual Bike SafariOur annual Bike Safari was a huge success this year. We have raised a fantastic £1380 to date with further
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Celebrating Volunteers WeekLast week we celebrated Volunteers Week by thanking all our local volunteers and co-worker with personal messages and cards from our students
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Congratulations Melissa McIlquham!Melissa completed The Stirling Marathon in an amazing time of 4 hours 13 minutes. She has raised a fantastic £932.50 for
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- “I heard from a member of staff’s mum, who comes from the same village as me in Hungary, that Camphill Blair Drummond is the best place in Scotland” Matyas Kovacs (Co-worker)