4. Teen Art & Crafts Club – Tuesday

Cost & Payment:

£22.50 per club.

Taster info below

Your booking is a commitment for the whole term – usually 12 weeks, or the term’s remaining weeks from when you joined. 

How to pay:

Step one: To sign up for this course, you will need to pay an initial upfront holding fee equivalent to one week’s session. This is done by adding the session to your basket and making payment through your website account. You will then receive confirmation of your payment by email.

TASTER: If this is the first time your child has attended the course the initial payment will allow for a break in the contract. This will allow you to decide whether you would like your child to continue with the rest of the course. This can be confirmed by a follow-up call or by emailing: info@myhelm.club 

Step two: You will then be sent 2 invoices by email. The invoice dates will be sent 4 weeks apart or before the second half of the term. Each invoice will be for half of the remaining fees due for the term, minus the initial upfront fee. Your invoices are to be paid immediately. Please contact us if you would rather settle the entire balance in one payment.

The first payment link will be sent the week before your child’s first Club course. Please note that If this is not paid the Friday before your child’s start date, your place will be given to another child and your initial upfront payment will not be refunded. 

Your email providing the Invoice will give you a ‘payment by’ date.

Your second invoice payment must be paid by the end of the invoiced week. Please note: should you not pay that second invoice promptly, your child will not not be able to attend any further clubs (including the following weeks 5 & 6), and their place will be given to another child. 

All invoices for the term must be paid by the end of week 4. Any parents with children joining after this week will receive one invoice for the term’s remaining weeks, which must be paid immediately.

Group Type:

Teens 11-16 yrs

Course Date:

Course Duration:

16/4/2024 – 9/6/2024

(11 weeks + 1 week half-term)

1:00 pm – 4.00 pm


Workshop Leader

  • Michael Sage
  • Michael Sage is an experienced portrait artist working in paint, drawing media and 3D materials. Mike has a degree in Fine Art, as well as qualifications in Art History, with a working background as a Lead Community Artist. He spent several years as a Senior Support Worker and Childminder in social care roles, supporting people with differences comparable to his own; he is autistic and so this defines how he approaches and resolves his artwork. Community engagement and supporting young creatives is an important part of Mike’s art practice.