Welcome to BeauSandVer Community Courses


Come to the BeauSandVer Writers Flash Fiction event, part of St Albans Literary Festival at St Peter's Church, 2.30 pm, on Saturday 9 June to hear us reading our micro fiction short stories as well as giving tips on writing slimmed-down fiction and advice on how to publish it. (www.stalbansliteraryfestival.co.uk)

Congratulations to our successful author from the Creative Writing Class at Verulam School! KA Hitchins has found a publisher for her first novel, "The Girl at the End of the Road". 

The BeauSandVer Consortium in St Albans ( Beaumont, Sandringham and Verulam Schools) has been providing a wide variety of after-school and evening courses over the ten years for children, parents, family members, teachers, and anyone in the wider community.

 

Classes are currently being updated for Autumn 2016 

Classes include modern foreign languages (Spanish, Italian, German, French), arts and crafts classes, including jewellery making, woodwork, drawing classes, art textiles, watercolour painting and flower arranging, children's dance classes, a community choir and jazz band, creative writing classes and children's science club,  yoga and Pilates. 

  Classes are held on site at the three schools. All courses are partially subsidised by the BeauSandVer Consortium and we aim to keep prices as low as possible.

NB Classes will not run if too few people enrol. Fees are not refundable for people dropping out of a course or missing classes. Fees will be refunded only if a course does not run.

For further details or to book a place on a course, contact Carole on 01727 754113 or email carole.heselton@verulam.herts.sch.uk

We would like to hear from teachers who would be interested in teaching community courses.

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USEFUL LINKS

www.whatsonstalbans.co.uk; www.bsvjazzband.org.uk www.vistastalbans.org.uk

www.radioverulam.com; www.sandpittheatre.co.uk; www.theflowerschoolstalbans.co.uk; www.creativehertfordshire.com;

> www.stalbans-artsociety.org.uk ;www.trestle.org.uk