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School Sewing Clubs

Our inclusive School Sewing Clubs cater for children from Years 1 to 10, working on a variety of projects throughout the term.

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School Sewing Clubs

Newland House

Twickenham
Summer Term 2024
Lunchtime Club held in School

Old Vicarage School

Richmond
Spring Term 2024
After School Club held in School
NEW

Unicorn School

Kew
Summer Term 2024
After School Club held in School

Old Vicarage School

Richmond
Summer Term 2024
After School Club held in School

Trafalgar Junior School

Twickenham
Summer Term 2024
Lunchtime Club held in School

St. Stephens Junior School

St. Margarets
Summer Term 2024
Lunchtime Club held in School

Orleans Primary School

Twickenham
Summer Term 2024
Lunchtime Club held in School
Yrs 1 - 3 SOLD OUT - please contact fiona@sew-what.online to be added to the waiting list

Archdeacon Cambridge

Twickenham
Summer Term 2024
Lunchtime Club held in School
NEW CLASS TIMES FOR SUMMER!!
Year 4 - Monday lunchtime 1.15 - 1.45pm
Year 3 - Wednesday lunchtime 12.45 - 1.15pm
Year 5/6 SOLD OUT***

Twickenham Primary Academy (TPA)

Twickenham
Summer Term 2024
Lunchtime Club held in School
** YEARS 1 - 4 SOLD OUT - please email fiona@sew-what.online to be added to the waiting list
YRS 5/6 - PLACES AVAILABLE

Waldegrave Secondary School

Twickenham
Summer Term 2024
After School Club held in School

Customers reviews

What people say?

I am so pleased with her progress this term. She's shown me and her grandmother how to use a needle threader and has taught me the names of different types of stitches. Her stitching seems more precise too, and she's enjoyed doing an embroidery kit. Thank you!
I wait every Thursday to go to Sew What, it’s so good. All the things that we sew are so amazing I wouldn’t be surprised if the whole school signed up!’
My daughters absolutely love going for sewing club. They get really excited about the new things they get to make. I love seeing the enthusiasm on their faces when they talk about what and how they’re making the items. My favourite is definitely the worry monster.