At Go Sketch Club we inspire children to draw and paint with confidence in order to improve their self-esteem, self-expression, creative thinking skills and general well-being.
Whether you want a live art class, online art courses for the whole family or online arty parties, you are in the right place!
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GO SKETCH help children boost their confidence and self esteem through art.
Our enjoyable holiday art workshops, art birthday parties, 1 to 1 art tuition, small group art tuition and after school art courses in Bristol as well as online art courses offer children the chance to develop their drawing, painting and sculpture skills in an encouraging, non-judgemental environment. Our art tutors are all DBS checked, first aid trained and absolutely love art!
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Emma did a great job hosting my son’s 6th birthday party during tier 3 restrictions. She was able to tailor the session to what Hugo wanted to learn to draw, and she facilitated the session enthusiastically and encouragingly. She sent me all the invites my guests needed in advance, and followed up with some fun screenshots and a video of Hugo’s friends singing him Happy Birthday. It was a great way to connect with his friends over the school holidays and as a parent it was the easiest party I’ve ever hosted! 😄 I’d highly recommend Emma!
We have celebrated our daughter’s birthday in a brilliant alternative way. Emma is SUPER. She has been amazing and my daughter’s friends (Y1) have loved drawing monsters and face cartoons with Emma. They have all asked their parents to have the same birthday celebration. Brava Emma, ❤️
We had a clay modelling party for my daughter’s 11th birthday. Emma was fantastic, it was so well organised and all the children were engaged for the full 90 minutes. I’ve never known such a quiet, chilled party! All materials were provided and they each took home everything they’d made (at least 2, but some managed 4 clay models). Highly recommended. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Some Arty Ramblings in our Blog…
As a young child many of us would have easily picked up a crayon and started drawing with a sense of freedom and exploration. I remember vividly that feeling of excitement when I opened my sketchbook on a long train
People often ask me how can I help my child to develop their drawing skills and my answer is always the same...
Get a Sketchbook
Draw in it all the time!
Don't have a sketchbook? Don't worry we are here
Do you know what kind of learner you are? And how can this help you?
Do you know what kind of learner you are? Visual? Auditory? Kinaesthetic? A mix? A lot of us are a mix of two or three
Hi fellow artists and homeschooling parents!
Many parents are having to homeschool their children at the moment which means trying to cover all subjects while often trying to work from home themselves. For many this is simply not possible. Many will
So it has finally happened... Go Sketch Club is officially on youtube! We will be posting a fun drawing challenge every Friday in a series called 'Fun Sketch Friday'.
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To download our free mini inktober click hereHi Everyone!Some of you may have heard of Inktober. Inktober is a drawing challenge that thousands of artists all over the word take part in. Artist Jake Parker started the challenge in 2009 to
Does planning a children’s birthday party give you sleepless nights? Are you dreaming of 30 children running riot while you try to run a party game?
Well help is at hand! Just follow these steps to organise a stress free, dare