Update summer 2020: We're hitting the pause button – full update & short notes
After School Design Club
Lead your own after school or lunchtime club at a primary or secondary school.
How to start an after school club
1. Review our resources
Check out our Resource Hub to see if Design Club is right for you. The Hub contains projects, delivery guides, worksheets and certificates. For pin badges and lanyards, see our shop.
2. Find a school to run your club at
Contact a school to get things lined up for the start of term. Establish the best person to speak to for after school clubs.
3. Agree a start date for your club
Speak with your main contact at the school to find a suitable day and classroom to run your club each week.
4. Apply for a DBS certificate
If you don't have a DBS certificate already, check if your school or workplace can arrange a DBS check. Email us if you need help.
5. Join our Slack to get support
Get help from Design Club HQ and our mentor community. Request to join our Slack if you'd like support.
6. Prepare to run your club
Get everything you need from our Resource Hub to prepare your club. Give yourself time to get your head around things. Have fun!