Arts and Craft Classes

Upcoming Arts & Craft Classes

Spring 2024

After School Arts and Craft Classes


Booking  is open



To get access to The Craft Corner CLUB price

just join the mailing list and your first welcome email will have your discount code

The Spring 2024 term will be a 6 week term of after school arts and craft classes.

3 class age groups catering to kids 5 years old and upwards.

Starting the week of the 29th January

2024 After School Classes

Winter Term of Art Classes

6 week class term starting the week of the 29th January


Cost per child

Online Classes €66 per screen ~ €59.40 TCC loyalty club price

J&S infants classes €83  ~  €74.70 TCC loyalty club price 

All classes 1st class and up €95  ~  €85.50 TCC loyalty club price


This includes access to an online class if you miss any in person classes. You can either attend a live online class or you will be given access to a pre-recorded class to watch in your own time


Classes are are all led by our head teacher Vanessa Scott-Hayward unless otherwise stated, ably assisted by her amazing team of teachers.


Class numbers are limited so that each class is both safe and enjoyable. And each student gets one to one attention

Online Weekly Classes

Starting Wednesday 31st January

6 week term (no class 14/2/24)

4.30pm – 5.30pm through zoom.

€66 per screen for the 6 week term (€59.40 TCC Club price)

Starting Monday 29th January

Celbridge at The Slip Hall

6 week term (no class 5/2/24)

2.30 to 3.15pm J&S Infants ~ 45 minute class

3.40 – 4.40pm – 1st class to 6th class

 5.00-6.00pm – 3rd class upwards only

Starting Tuesday 30th January

at North Kildare Sports Club, Kilcock

6 week term (no class 13/2/24)

2.30 to 3.15pm Junior Art Class ~ 45 minute class for J & S Infants

3.40 – 4.40pm – 1st class to 6th class

5.00-6.00pm – 3rd class upwards

Starting Thursday 1st February

at Straffan Community Hall

6 week term (no class 15/2/24)

3.10 to 4.10pm – 1st class to 6th class – SOLD OUT

4.30 to 5.15pm Junior Art Class – SOLD OUT

5.40 to 6.40pm – 2nd to 6th Class


A child’s imagination is a precious thing. It should be nurtured and encouraged and allowed to blossom. At the craft corner, giving our students time to use their OWN imagination is key. It is not about all the projects being perfect, but more importantly about our students using that imagination to come up with their own ideas. To create an artwork that is THEIRS is the best result you can ever have.

Process not Results

A key skill we work on instilling in all our art students is that its not about the end result. Children often put too much focus on what their art will look like. They get worried about it not looking right or being perfect. Here at the craft corner we teach children that its more important to enjoy the PROCESS. To enjoy creating the artwork. We teach that no two artworks are ever the same and that there is no perfect result.

Art is fun

Teaching children a love of art should start at a young age. Helping to make fine art feel accessible is a really important part of that. Art in galleries can sometimes feel stuffy or hard to understand. Taking that barrier away starts with a story. Tell the story behind the artwork, break down the skills of how it was created and teach children how to make their own. The 3 keys steps in making traditional art accessible to all.

Problem Solving

One of the key reasons that we mix craft with art in our classes is to teach problem solving skills. Craft, the ability to think in 3D, teaches you essential problem solving skills. We teach about fine art through craft projects that combine construction skills with art. Figuring out how to turn an idea into a reality, to create something physical, is not only great for your creativity but also for your child’s confidence. A skill for life.