National Saturday Club Tutor, CAS (based at Andover College)

The Sat­ur­day Club Tutor will run inno­v­a­tive, cre­ative and edu­ca­tion­al work­shops for 15 weeks offer­ing young dis­ad­van­taged peo­ple a space to thrive.


PT, 15 weeks: 4 hrs Saturdays term time; additional 4 hrs prep time plus 7 days additional work over the year for two trips to London, tutor meetings and admin

Chapel Arts Studios (CAS) is a small community arts charity resident in St Mary’s Chapel, Andover. CAS is about to start a new venture with Andover College, providing a National Saturday Club to young people in Andover and surrounding areas.

The National Saturday Club gives 13–16-year-olds across the country the opportunity to study subjects they love at their local university, college or cultural institution, for free. For more information, see

The aim of our Saturday Club in Andover is to give young disadvantaged people the opportunity to be creative and thrive with the aim of introducing them to a College environment and enabling them to see a future in the creative industries for themselves.


CAS is looking for someone who has a proficient and exciting background within contemporary arts and education. The successful applicant will be friendly and approachable, possessing a keen passion for engaging young people within the arts, and able to work with various ages, vulnerabilities and abilities.

Working with CAS staff and Andover College, the Saturday Club Tutor will devise and run innovative, creative and educational workshops each Saturday from the Andover College art department for 15 weeks in 2023/ 24. The workshops will introduce participants to a variety of skills and approaches, bringing inspiration and interest to the group. The sessions will also need to be suitable for a range of skill-levels and accessibilities, depending on the individuals. The tutor will be confident and experienced in supporting young people, particularly those at risk.

The role involves preparing lesson plans and delivering sessions, liaison with participants and the College, recording the progress of the Club via Photography/Film and attending away day visits and exhibitions.

The programme of workshops will run for 15 weeks, delivered as part of the National Saturday Club.

The college has a well-stocked range of equipment the tutor can make use of i.e. print-making, darkroom, ceramic studio, textiles equipment etc.

The course delivered to the students will culminate in work to be exhibited in London as part of the National Saturday Club Annual Show. There will be two London trips (December and July) with the participants, including the final exhibition at Somerset House. The successful applicant will be able to work independently, managing material supplies and liaising with the College and CAS. This is a temporary contract, lasting for 15 weeks, starting in September/ October 2023 until August 2024.


● Min 3 yrs experience in workshop delivery educating young people
● Creative skill set to deliver to a variety of abilities and levels.
● High awareness of Visual Arts
● Educated to degree level within the arts
● Excellent Health and Safety/ Safeguarding awareness
● Ability to manage challenging behaviour in young people
● Excellent communication skills
● Ability to work independently and part of a team
● Friendly and engaging
● Sense of humour


● Own transport

TO APPLY please send a PDF to with;

● A brief CV highlighting relevant experience including any experience working with vulnerable young people

● A statement outlining why you are a good candidate for this role, your proposal of the workshops content (based on College syllabus), plus examples of engagement, organising, delivering and budgeting experience

● Details of two referees