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    Storytelling: Mr Beetle

    Mr. Beetle is a huge ukulele playing insect complete with the requisite number of legs, wing cases, antennae, compound eyes and Dr. Marten's boots! Adults find him scary but children of all ages think he's funny. The show is packed with science and natural history and... > View Profile

    African: The Beat Artistes

    WEST AFRICAN DRUM, DANCE, SONG STORY. Social inclusion and access for all are keystones of our work. Whether students are mainstream, special needs or specialist, we work within the national curriculum to bring interactive, culturally diverse workshops to the classroom.... > View Profile

    Art: Book creative or urban arts workshops for primary schools

    School Arts Workshop Provision by: Nugent Education Limited   Nugent Education Ltd provides activities and educational arts workshops for schools for:   1. Arts week activities 2. Curriculum enhancement 3. After school activities (extracurricular) 4. A fun,... > View Profile

    Music: Soundbeam Music and Storytelling Workshops

    Storytelling and movement for primary school children using Soundbeam.  Soundbeam you say?  Yes, the ultra sonic device that uses sensors to respond to movements and translates them into high quality sounds.  Switch pads can be programmed to generate sounds... > View Profile

    Science: Incredible inventions Science workshop

    CHOOSE FROM SIX INVENTIONS! A full day science workshop for Key Stage Two, investigating a choice of four inventions from a range of six as follows: from either the steam train, electric telegraph, photography, cars, aeroplanes or rockets. LAUNCH ROCKETS, POWER A... > View Profile

    African: ACDarts African Arts & Heritage

    ACDarts is an African World Music and Dance Organisation with a group of fully trained professionals and fully Enhanced CRB checked Artists and Tutors that specialise in both Traditioinal and Contemporary African Music and Arts. Dance, Drumming, Dancing, Storytelling, Textiles... > View Profile

    Maths: Maths Outreach University of Liverpool

    The Maths Outreach team from the University of Liverpool provide a range of workshops for pupils of all ages. These include the Liverpool Maths Society’s FunMaths Roadshow (Yr 1-13), The Dragon Quiz (Yr 6- 13), GCSE Revision Days (All boards, tiers and... > View Profile

    Problem Solving: Childrens Magic Parties : School Shows & Magic Workshops

    MAGIC WORKSHOPS & SHOWS By Steve Drury - Professional magician, mentalist and hypnotist BASIC OVERVIEW Following an ice-breaking baffling demonstration, open discussions will cover magic, magicians, secrecy and the golden rules of magic.  Each attendee will... > View Profile

    Animation: Animate and Educate

    We  provide fun and exciting bespoke animation or film workshops that ignite the imgination and creativity as well as providing a great interactive platform for learning. Our Workshops are based around themes & events: We design and deliver programmes that engage young people... > View Profile

    Problem Solving: Give Me Some Credit

    An introduction to global debt with problem solving activities Debt. It’s a big scary word. But there is more to debt than mortgages and student loans. Put the pieces together to learn how global finance affects individual lives in developing nations, and critically... > View Profile

    World Culture: Brass band, steel pan and African drumming

    The music: Steel drum music is most commonly associated with the Caribbean and this is the genre that is mostly taught. The steel pan is a versatile instrument however, and fits well with a variety of other styles including classical, jazz and even Christmas carols! The... > View Profile

    American History: American History

    In-depth lectures from a real Americans point of view and personal experience, presented by Sgt James A. Hargrove (Tony) of the USAF will add another dimension to your KS3 and 4 studies. Tony’s easy - going, lively style of presentation gives students an opportunity to... > View Profile

    Academy Celebration: Rhythms of Africa

    Using traditional African djembe drums, children create sounds and rhythms with each child having the opportunity to experience a feeling of unity as part of a drum circle. Children will also learn some traditional songs from Western Africa. Our Drumming... > View Profile

    Forensic Science: Forensic Science: Primary School Mystery

    A crime has been committed and it is the responsibility of each class to work in teams to piece together the evidence. Our workshops are suitable for all primary school children; however our younger investigators are always reassured that the story is make... > View Profile