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Children's Sewing Tutor - Term Time, After School Club & Holidays (Strood, ME2)

Location: Sew in Kent Studio, ME2 2JH

In- Person Delivery

Part time Permanent Role

Operational Hours: Term Time - Mornings, Afternoons, After School & Holiday Club.

Pay: Negotiable

Sew in Kent is on the lookout for a happy, enthusiastic and passionate Children's Sewing Tutor to join our ever growing family.

As an Sewing Tutor, you will….

  • Teach Children aged 8+ to sew basic project

  • Have a confident & friendly teaching style

  • Plan time and prioritise tasks to make the most of session time 

  • Supervise children in a safe and welcoming environment

  • Create an inclusive and fun atmosphere

You don’t need a wealth of experience, you just need a can-do attitude and a passion for children. To express your interest email your CV, any relevant experience and photos of your work to

After School Sewing Club Leader - Part Time (Maidstone)

Location: Primary schools around Kent, with a focus on Maidstone and the surrounding area

In- Person Delivery

Part time, Permanent Role

Days: Varying Days between 3pm-5pm depending on availability

Operational Hours: Between 1.5 – 7.5 hrs per week (weekday afternoons)

Pay: £13.00/Hour

We are currently in urgent need of enthusiastic and dynamic individuals to help deliver our after school clubs within Maidstone and the surrounding area. The ideal candidate must have a naturally bubbly, confident and smiling personality, enjoy sewing and craft, sharing knowledge and be good at communicating and relating to young children. We are looking for engaging, creative thinkers who thrive under pressure, and who can educate and entertain in equal measure. A background in sewing is not required – we will train you in everything you need to know – but an interest in sewing crafts and an inquisitive mind would be beneficial. Likewise, you do not need to have professional experience of working with young people, but you must be able to demonstrate that you have a passion for working with children. As an employer within the education sector, we require all employees to apply for a Disclosure & Barring (DBS) check with us. You must be eligible to work in the UK and must have a valid UK driving licence as well as access to a car.

DURATION: Ongoing - Our Sewing Club leaders are required to work within local primary schools to deliver our after school sewing clubs which run for one hour at a time, and accommodate up to 16 children between the ages of 7-11. The clubs cover a mixture of hand sewing techniques and include demonstrations, discussion and individual sewing craft projects. All kits, equipment and lesson plans are provided. Our sewing club leaders work alone, and are therefore also responsible for the safety and welfare of the children who attend the clubs. Our clubs run on weekday afternoons during term time throughout the year. Working days are flexible, however we require at least one term’s notice (6 weeks) of any changes to availability. Including preparation and time to clear away, each club session lasts for a maximum of 1.5 hours ( £19.50 per session). This job is available on a zero hours contract, and clubs are assigned on a term by term basis. We are currently fully booked for the next two terms, and require more staff to help us keep up with demand. There are also opportunities to get involved with additional school workshops, assemblies, birthday parties and other sewing events with Sew in Kent. 

APPLY: To apply, please submit a copy of your CV and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the role to

Textile Crafts Teacher - Part Time (Strood, ME2)

Location: Strood

In- Person Delivery

Part time Permanent Role

Operational Hours: Flexible

Pay: Negotiable

Sew in Kent is always on the lookout for talented people with a passion for textiles, sewing, arts and crafts, if you are experienced in skills such as knitting, macrame, crochet and you would like to join our team please email your CV, any relevant experience and photos of your work to

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