Specializing in Jewellery Design, Kim delivers a wide range of workshops that have developed during her 8 years of teaching experience. All workshops can be fully tailored to your needs and groups learning styles. Kim prides herself on offering a professional service by being well prepared, reliable, and engaging.
Kim has run 100’s of workshops over the past 8 years with a wide range of groups. Kim has run numerous workshops with SEN, At Risk and Challenging Behavior Groups as well as Primary, Family Groups and Staff Skills days.
“We were very enthused by the workshop that you delivered and so were the children. We also liked the fact that there is a lot of scope to what you offer and that you were very much ‘on our wavelength’. ” – Sarah Clarke – Maidensbridge Primary School, Dudley.
“ Every time I have worked with Kim, I have always found her to be extremely professional, highly organised and always demonstrates good communication skills with the groups she works with. Kim always builds up an excellent rapport with the groups she has worked with and is always able to enthuse and inspire individuals during workshops. Each workshop she delivers is exciting and engaging which is extremely important when working with the hard-to-reach audiences.” – Alex Magin Outreach Officer – Tyne and Wear Museums.
“Kim facilitates workshops that are varied and inclusive, brought to life with a wide range of interesting resources and materials and delivered with expert tuition. Enabling young people to have enjoyable, creative and educative experiences and to produce exciting art, craft and design pieces” – Charlotte Williams – Leader in Charge, Fromeside Youth Venue, South Gloucestershire Council.
“Just a word of thanks for your input today and for being so organised with bringing additional tools etc.
Yours sessions had great feedback. I hope your enjoyed yourself as much as we did.” – Ben Edwards – Three Ways SEN School, Bath.
“Kim is a fantastic art worker who has a natural ability to encourage young people to get creative.” – Reehana Sayeed – Rural Youth Worker, South Gloucestershire Council.