Thought Foundation

For Young Humans at Thought Foundation

Young Humans Art Class
A weekly Saturday class for aspiring young artists. Our focus is on the process of creating, learning new skills, exploring the work of artists in a creative and nurturing space.
6-9yrs 10-11.30am
10-15yrs 12-1.30pm
£12 per human or 4 sessions for £40
Sessions are drop in with art materials included. Contact [email protected] for further information.

Culture Club

A monthly class injecting arts, music and literacy into learning, for home educated kids at Thought Foundation.

We will explore music, lyrics, poetry and creative writing, alongside discovering everyday art from album covers, book design, illustrations, fashion, etc. Sessions will be facilitated by the dynamic TF art team, with years of experience of working with young people and nurturing their passion for all things creative in a safe and experimental environment.

£12 each, every first Wednesday of each month 12.30-2.30pm
All materials, a drink and snack provided, book your place by emailing [email protected]

Humans that Rock the World

We believe deeply in celebrating all that is great about the world and the humans that help make it the best place to live in the universe. The art team at TF have devised a creative, thoughtful series of day workshops to enable young humans to explore the work and lives of extraordinary people. We explore a new figure each session which inspires us to make our own work, empower us to look differently and develop new skills.

For home educated young humans aged 7-15yrs the sessions run every third Wednesday of the month: details of dates and times are on our facebook pages.

Sessions are also available to everyone on various days during school holidays

£25 each (times and dates vary see below)
Sessions include lunch, refreshments and snacks (allergies are catered for).
Details of this are on our What’s On page on our website and/or facebook page search ‘Humans That Rock the World’.
Booking can be made in advance at Thought Foundation or on