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    INSET: Rakhi Sood's School of Performing Arts

    Rakhi Sood Is a Professional Artist, Teacher, Performer, Choreographer, Model & Actress. She has already begun to establish a reputation for the quality of the tuition offered and the original and innovative methods employed. Rakhi Sood has kept her burning passion... > View Profile

    INSET: Zest Dance Workshops

    Zest Dance Workshops have been teaching in schools across the UK for 12 years. We offer exciting educational school dance workshops from Foundation to Key Stage Three and beyond. We teach all styles of dance to all ages and abilities and we also specialise in teaching at... > View Profile

    Science: as creatives - Creative Science Workshops

    We’ve got a fantastic range of hands-on, drama based, creative science workshops for primary and secondary schools, perfect all year round or for celebrating events such as World Space Week and British Science Week!  The workshops (all firmly rooted in the new... > View Profile

    Storytelling: Author - Miriam Moss

    Primary: Large interactive storytelling sessions Smaller class-based creative writing workshops Talking about books Deep Learning/Spectacular starts: Ice and Fire, Africa, Great Barrier Reef Secondary: Creative writing workshops on Short Fiction From Picture Books to... > View Profile

    INSET: Goal Setting & Motivation

    This workshop gives students the skills and confidence to learn independantly whilst setting goals for themselves, both personal and academic. Delivered to between 10-35'000 students each year by professional speakers using research based content taken from interviews... > View Profile

    History: A Happening History Workshop

    Happening History provide highly interactive, fun, educational workshops based on  medieval life and life on the Home front during WW2. Our various workshops are for students aged from 5 to 18 and we have experience of teaching children of all ages and abilities: KS1... > View Profile

    Music: Bollywood concerts and workshops

    The Bollywood Brass Band presents an exciting and engaging experience for your school or college; we can tailor all kinds of workshops, interactive talks and performances to children and young people at all key stages. Our workshops link to the National Curriculum and are... > View Profile

    Animation: Animation Nation

    Animation Nation provides stop-motion animation workshops across the UK for primary and secondary schools, SEN, EBD, PRU, colleges, youth & community groups, school holiday activities & clubs, teacher training insets, corporate team building events and much... > View Profile

    World Culture: Earthsong Multicultural Music Workshops

    Earthsong’s multicultural music workshops are a captivating and informative way to discover music from all over the world via unique interactive lessons for all age ranges and abilities. From mouth bows of the Kalahari to moth-cocoon shakers, to giant Japanese taiko... > View Profile

    Creative writing: Picture Books - Primary School Workshops

    I try to inspire the pupils to be writers and illustrators, using my own books, original artwork, sketches and roughs to stimulate discussion and ideas. Then I encourage the younger children to do big loose drawings of a character of their own. I leave time at the end for a... > View Profile

    Drama and Theatre: Drama, Dance and Song workshops for all ages

    Outburst Theatre is a group of professional performers who have come together to share their skills with young people and adults alike. Among us are theatre and film actors, singer-songwriters, circus performers and dancers. We are a highly creative bunch with a passion... > View Profile

    History: Home Front Hints

    Our workshops are immersive and led by theatrical characters. The session is led by war time housewife Mrs Cox.  Through games such as "Guess what Mrs Cox is cooking" and "Count the clothing coupons" the class learn about the hardships of... > View Profile

    Art: Clay Days by Arty Pots

    Clay Days by Arty Pots is dedicated to helping teachers in Primary and Special schools do more cross-curricular activities using clay. What we offer: Collaborative and commemorative whole school wall panels and sculpture Complimentary planning sessions ... > View Profile

    Archery: Archery for Schools

    We coach archery to primary and secondary school pupils aged from 7 to 18 years within the guidelines recommended by Archery GB. We can provide a teaching programme to suit your school’s needs or deliver our standard Beginner’s and Skills Development courses.... > View Profile