Jozie’s Art Workshops offers progressively unstructured classes in a positive learning environment to create opportunities for your child to try new things and build self-confidence through creative and fun art. Our friendly team help nurture happy, confident children through a range of various tips, tricks and techniques that help cultivate their creative side and enable them to use their imagination. To build on the imagination, our classes will explore different settings in various locations.
AGES 5- 10 YEARS
Our classes are COVID friendly. To find out more on our COVID measures click here.
We love mother nature!
On some of our adventures we go out and see what we are going to create pieces of work on. We encourage the children to use their 5 senses of taste, touch, smell, hear and see to help them interpret their stimuli from a new prospective.
We love using a variety of materials including a range of what Mother Nature has to offer, from Twigs to Sand.
Adventures can take you anywhere from a forest to the beach.
Jozie takes her classes to a variety of locations. On our trips we sing songs, tell funny jokes, share stories, making the whole experience something the children can remember! PLUS! Parents have the option to come along and take some wonderful fun photos of the children.
As a child my world revolved around art, gymnastics, and Drama. I spent hours drawing and colouring. When I wasn’t busy drawing, I was teaching myself gymnastics through books from my local Library. My first amazing experience in performing arts was at the age of 6, playing a page boy in my school. I was so passionate about the arts and felt that my imagination and fun creative side would one day positively influence others. I’m now happy that I have a platform and a voice to encourage others to pursue their passions.
My love of the Arts was born in those early days, and I have so many great memories that it brought to my childhood. For me, success did not just come from the final piece (whether it was an end performance, piece of work or results) – it came from the process of developing ideas, working with others, and having fun. The feeling of creating something that is mine– nothing can compare!
As an adult, I wanted to continue developing my creative side. I went to university where I studied Performing Arts alongside my studies I performed in various films and television series working on a range of well-known titles including Disney’s Live action Cinderella. Through my studies I developed games that help to build confidence and social skills.
My love for art opened up lots of different doors one way was in teaching and becoming a qualified nursery teacher/ teacher assistant where I could share some of my skills. Little did I know, I would then go on to build a career in working with children. After a few years of working with children, I then went on to have a child of my own, James.
I would always encourage James to try new things with various classes and allowed him to choose for himself what classes he wanted. He would go on to do Gymnastics, Drama and Theatre, Piano just to name a few! This helped build his confidence and not be discouraged by failure.
I’ve always been passionate about children and making a difference to people’s lives. When I decided to become a business owner, I wanted to combine those passions – work with children, contribute to their happiness and development, and support their families.
Jozie’s Entertainment was the perfect fit, and a little bit of digging revealed that it was a great fit for me. I cannot wait to welcome you and your children, and to see it full of children that are loved and appreciated by our team and encouraged to learn through fun. All while their grown-ups can relax, chat or even work.
Founder – Jozie’s Entertainment
From an early age I use to love going to all the fetes and fairs . I used to spend my days walking round, making new friends, and trying new things. I used to be a model for my mum with Face Painting and would always come up with creative new faces for her to try. I felt that I could be anything I wanted to and the world was my oyster!
I was always doing something new growing up, whether it was doing a new class or traveling too somewhere I had never been. This helped expand my imagination and let me to become creative.
Throughout my childhood I was always into design and editing and decided to pursue this further by studying Marketing Management at University.
I believe that it is extremely important to expose children at a young age to all types of classes and workshops to gain new skills. This helped me to always think outside the box. Jozie’s Entertainment is perfect for building a child’s confidence and allowing them to be who they want to be.
Marketing Executive - Jozie's Entertainment