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Home School Program - Nature Art Club

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Join us for our new home school art program set within the natural surrounds of the Wittunga Botanic Gardens.

Under the guidance of our experienced art teacher, Emily Johns, your child will be supported to connect with nature and find their inner artist in fun and creative ways. 

Sessions will not be overly structured, instead offering a flexible, creative and autonomous environment where your child can freely explore their interests and express their ideas. 

The Home School Nature Art Club program will move through the seasons, engaging your child in learning about South Australia’s unique plant and animal species. We will nurture new skills and foster a sense of pride, with all budding artists set to produce a portfolio of unique art pieces by the end of the school term, creating lasting memories along the way.

Each session will commence with a grounding in nature, encouraging mindfulness and an appreciation of the wonders around us. We’ll then move into our art activity, before finishing with free play designed to nurture your child’s relationship with the natural world.

Parents are welcome to stay for the sessions, enjoy the surrounding gardens, or drop-and-go.

Who is Nature Art Club for?

Nature Art Club is designed for home school children.

When is Nature Art Club offered?

Nature Art Club will be held on Thursdays from 1:00pm – 2:30pm. Term 1 sessions will commence in Week 4 (22 February) and conclude in Week 11 (11 April). 

How much does Nature Art Club cost and what’s included?

Each session can be booked separately based on interest and availability. Sessions cost $25 each.  All art materials will be supplied and your child will have art pieces to take home after each session or to share in a portfolio if they attend multiple sessions.

Meet Emily

Emily is an artist with a background in marine science. She is also a seasoned secondary school teacher with a passion for fostering connections with the natural world. With seven years experience in classrooms, she brings a gentle touch and a deep appreciation for the harmony between art, science, and nature.

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