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Little Pickles Art Class - Mondays - ages 1-5 - Crouch End
Little Pickles Art Class - Mondays - ages 1-5 - Crouch End
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Little Pickles Art Class - Mondays - ages 1-5 - Crouch End

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Little Pickles Art is a pre school story time and art club all in one! Have new and old favourite books brought to life with a story, songs and a related art activity.

Sessions are led by our experienced Art teacher Rosalind Davis and held in our theatre space during term time.  Every session we will be reading a new story, singing songs and producing a wonderfully creative piece of art.  We’ll be using a variety of materials and techniques including collage and paint to make cheeky monkey masks, rockets zooming through space, beautiful butterflies, colourful kites and much more. 


Pre-school class (Ages 2 - 5) 10.15am - 11am 

Toddlers class + Pre-school (Ages 1 - 5) 11.15am - 12 

  

Dates for spring term are: 

Monday 10th January - Monday 7th February

Monday 21st February - Monday 28th March

 

Dates for summer term are: 

Monday 25th April - Monday 23rd May (break on 2nd May for bank holiday and 16th May)

Monday 6th June - Monday 18th July

 

Tickets: £10 / additional siblings £5

Block booking available for 5 weeks (25/4 - 23/5): £40 / additional siblings £20 

Block booking available for 7 weeks (6/6 - 18/7): £60 / additional siblings £30

 

 Classes will be a maximum of 15 children

 

Address: Pickled Pepper Books, 10 Middle Lane, London, N8 8PL


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  • Crouch End
  • Crouch End Pre School
  • Pre School Activity

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M G Corboy

The first week I was there - 2 weeks ago - there were far too many parents and children in this small room. Many of the parents complained and I heard them saying that they would not return because of this. I found the book story far too abstract for my 3 year old granddaughter and many of the children lost interest in the reading - it was a night spy story and we made a spy mirror afterwards. It was way to complicated reading and an abstract theme for all the children there to follow.

I think a cap should be set on the numbers attending for all kinds of reasons. If we had to get out of that room, down those stairs in a hurry it would be really dangerous. I think it is also unsafe for other reasons and I myself may not have returned after the first week I attended. I had to override my logic to attend the second week.

This past week I sat next to a woman and a baby who had a streaming cold. The artist had been speaking to this woman when I entered and I would have thought she could have been asked not to attend. If we enrol on such a event for our children we are owed a duty of care as to our safety and I believe you have not considered this aspect of your responsibility.

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Amanda Chalk
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Creative, fun, paint, glue, colours, storytime and dancing - LOVED it!