National Art&Design Saturday Club Application Form 2017/18
Plymouth College of Art is offering free places for twenty students on its prestigious National Art&Design Saturday Club (NADSC). We are looking for dedicated, passionate young people who are the young artists and designers of the future. We are especially looking for people who want to build a career in the Creative Industries.

Competition for this course is high and so anyone applying must be happy to commit to attending all of this 25 week course plus your final exhibition in London on a Saturday in June 2018. You will study a range of art, craft, design and media disciplines and you will develop your entrepreneurial skills by designing and making items for sale. Students will be rewarded with two London exhibitions, a masterclass with a UK designer or artist, and links with the Sorrell Foundation as part of this exciting national initiative which currently extends to over 50 clubs around the UK.

All sections of this form should be completed by the parent/guardian except the Personal Statement section which must be completed by the child in his/her own words.

An accompanying reference is required from an Art/Design/Textiles etc school teacher, a youth worker or other professional who is able to comment on your commitment, creativity and or entrepreneurial ability.

We are accepting applications until all spaces are filled.

Student Details
First Name *
Your answer
Surname *
Your answer
Date of birth *
Gender *
Home address *
Your answer
Home postcode *
Your answer
Main/home telephone number
Your answer
Students mobile number (if they have one)
For use on College trips
Your answer
Email address *
Student's email address. (supplied by school of available)
Your answer
Ethnic origin *
Do you consider your child to have a disability/learning difficulty? *
Please describe your child's disability *
If none then choose 'No Disability'
Please describe your child's learning difficulty *
If none then choose 'No Learning Difficulty'
If you have declared a learning need or disability, please provide further details below to help us make any reasonable adjustments. *
If you have not declared a disability, type "None".
Your answer
It is College policy to ask all students either at application, enrolment or attendance if they have a relevant criminal conviction that is not spent as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (see below for more information). Does your child have a relevant unspent criminal conviction? *
What is a relevant criminal conviction? Relevant criminal convictions are only those convictions for offences against the person, whether of a violent or sexual nature, and convictions for offences involving unlawfully supplying controlled drugs or substances where the conviction concerns commercial drug trafficking. Convictions that are spent (as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974) are not considered to be relevant and you should not reveal them.
School/College currently attending *
If home schooled, please state "Home School"
Your answer
Name of referee
Art/Design/Textiles etc school teacher, a youth worker or other professional. This is to establish your interest/commitment to the course and need only be very brief
Your answer
Email address of referee *
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