**CORONA OUTDOOR WORKSHOPS**1-3 students under gazebos or umbrella . 4- 5 students from the same “bubble” /family.

Instead of me teaching five regular groups of eight students as in “normal times” , times will have to be arranged for every individual or very small group that would like to attend.

For this reason it is best if you

1. find out from me when I am available

2. get in touch with each other, find a mutually agreeable day and time,

3. and then ask me to put you all down in the calendar

4.Payment as before online, before you attend, to confirm the booking ;

5.To avoid administrative challenges: one initial trial session at first, and then move onto a regular day and time for the summer .

6. Once the session is set up as regular , pay the whole course ahead of it taking place

**COST**

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**One to one teaching, or very small groups**”:

£40 per hour for one person (can also be used for tutorial. feedback and suggestions of sculptures done at home).

£55 for two students per hour

£70 for 3 students per hour

£75 for 4 students per hour

£85 for 5 students per hour

Clay and firing is costed separately, paying for the actual cost of the clay , and the electricity / kiln use ( maintenance)

Studio use for individuals or small groups WITHOUT any teaching/instruction/feedback costs

£5 per hour for one person

£4 per hour per person, when two attend

£3 per hour when three or more attend

Examples of

**CORONA summer outdoors mini-workshops**:

1 person one hour tuition and 2 hours staying on £40 and £10= £50

2 people , with one hour of tuition and 2 hours of staying and working ( 3 hours in total): £27.50 and 8 per person to pay = £35.50

3 people , the same as above:£24 and 6 = £30

**TUITION**

As there will be much fewer students, I need to find a new way to teach and also get on with my own work; and for the student’s sake, to keep the tuition affordable .

For this reason I broke down the cost into “tuition time” , and “rental for the space” , ie. sculpting without tuition

How to run the “session” would be flexible and up to you: If you prefer, you can break up the one hour tuition into 2 blocks of 30 minutes over 2-3 hours. Or you could choose to pay for more tuition than one hour ( but not less).

1. An “initial chat/assessment ” will be common :setting up what there is to do

2. some in-between assessment and re-evaluating will also be a given

3. If I am working nearby ( rather than in the house) , we could agree to spend 15 minutes of the agreed tuition just as short, in-between comments or observations form myself , that I throw in as I work on my own sculpture.

4. If I am busy further away, more formal , set apart bits of time