These unique summer schools are intense but fun. The 4-8 students each make 10 or more pieces in the course, and all teaching is one-to-one. You don't need experience to join, but if you have knowledge of pottery-making, or even if you are a professional ceramicist, there are new things to learn. The venue is two hundred and fifty years old, and we work in the old stables, but also the coach house. All ceramic pieces are fired and glazed by you, and most will be oven-to-tableware - heatproof, microwaveable and dishwasher safe. Sculptures can go in the garden. Learn the basics of throwing on the potter's wheel, try your hand at smoke-firing, raku, and many more techniques. This suits all age groups from 12 upwards, but those under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.