National Saturday Club’s Summer Show

20 June 2017

The National Saturday Club Summer Show is an exhibition of work by 1,200 talented 13-16 year olds attending free Saturday morning classes at their local college or university.


Manchester Fashion Institute's Saturday Club students at the exhibition

The National Saturday Club Summer Show is an exhibition of work by 1,200 talented 13-16 year olds attending free Saturday morning classes at their local college or university.

Kelly Joseph, Fashion and Business Saturday Club Tutor, said, “The summer exhibition was a great opportunity for the students to see their work displayed in a professional exhibition setting. They all really enjoyed the day, especially the students whose photo had been used on the exhibition entrance!”

Sir John Sorrell CBE & Frances Sorrell OBE, co-founders and trustees of the National Saturday Club Trust, said, “We believe that every child in the country should have the opportunity to study subjects they love on Saturdays at their local college or university, free of charge. They can discover their talents, grow in confidence and find careers they will enjoy.”

The club runs from November for 20 weeks and students attend weekly interactive sessions run by academic and industry experts to build their creative and entrepreneurial skills.

Applicants are now being accepted for our 2017/18 Fashion and Business Saturday Club. We ask that all expressions of interest be received by 29 September 2017. Places are limited, so to avoid disappointment we encourage applicants to apply early by emailing club tutor, Kelly Joseph – k.joseph@mmu.ac.uk

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