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Kids classes in Sydney
Looking for classes in your area? There are many Kids Classes in Sydney.
It’s important to give your children the best opportunities in life, whether it be academic, taking up a new hobby or skill or allowing their creativity to flourish. Classes are important to help your kid find out themselves that they are capable of doing more.
Outside the school curriculum, you can enroll your child to special classes and have them start young.
See below what your city has to offer:
Provides entertainment and arts education for kids. Part art centre and part play space, Plaster Master teaches kids plaster figurine making, clay shaping and decorating, canvas painting, bag design, and other pottery and sewing skills.
Kid’s Painting Party
Fully hosted plaster figurine, ceramic or canvas party
90 minutes duration, minimum of 10 children
After School Art Classes
8 weeks after school, from 3:50 pm to 5 pm
For ages 5 – 10 years old
Class size: 12
All materials and aprons will be provided
Providing weekly art lessons to refine children’s artistic talents in the Hawkesbury local area. The Macquarie Towns Arts Society (MTAS) run classes in Drawing, Oil painting, Acrylics and Watercolour and is available to kids and teenagers after school.
Children’s Art Classes (7-15 yrs)
Wednesday after school
Teenager’s Art Class (13 – 18 yrs)
Tuesday after school
Learn to paint and draw. Art classes for children and high school kids
Kinder – Year 6 art classes
Year 7 – Year 10 art classes
Year 11 – Year 12 (HSC) art classes
Their excellent tutoring programs enrichens the lives of children through the power of learning. Their mission, equip every child with the knowledge and skills for their school life and beyond. Parents can be assured that children become happy, smart and confident.
Begin their bright future by applying for a trial class near you today.
The connection between child and teacher is more important than any curriculum.
Think of it this way: your 3- or 4-year-old is accustomed to being surrounded by loving people,
their parents and siblings 24/7, and school is their first time
spending a large portionof their day away from those people.
You want to look for a preschool teacher who is very engaged
Have a conversation with a prospective teacher about their current classroom.
They should be able to speak about individual students’ strengths and weaknesses
and be well informed of their background, interests, emotional and academic achievements.
You want a teacher who takes great pride in his or her students’ progress
and is consistently open to their improvement.