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Wheel throwing can be physically demanding. Existing back, shoulder and wrist complaints may resurface. Please consider your general health and wellbeing prior to booking. Contact us if in doubt.

A tutor will be present at all times in the class, but we do expect that students are able to work on their own, safely and with competance. Access to our classes is subject to these conditions and we reserve the right to exclude anyone who we feel cannot fulfil these conditions.


There is parking for all students by the pottery. Please take the Emerson College turn off on Hartfield Rd, Forest Row, continue up the hill to the first car park on the left. The college is just beyond the car park.

What to bring
You will get covered in clay! So wear old clothing and full shoes. Please bring a full-length apron to wear and a small hand towel. Basic tools are provided, though many students like to bring their own.

Student Whatsapp Groups
You are not obliged to join, but we find it a great way for your tutor to keep in touch/pass on information/get to know your fellow students.

Payment (inc. cancellations)
Classes are paid for termly and we do require you to commit to a whole term of classes. Payment of the full class, workshop or course fees is made in advance, usually at the end of the previous term.

Weekly class fees cover tuition but does not include materials and firing costs. This is subject to an extra charge, which covers the cost of electricity, clay and glazes.

We are sensitive to the fact that not everyone has online access, and some will need to pay in instalments  email if this applies to you.

Missed Weekly Classes
In the event of being unable to make a class, please let your tutor know. We are happy for you to make up your lesson at another time, subject to there being space in another class, though this must be arranged via your tutor ahead of time. A maximum of 2 classes can be made up in this way each term. We do not guarantee that a student can make up their missed classes.
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