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    Art: Stained glass windows and mosaics

    It's on rare occasions that students have the opportunity to work with genuine stained glass and when they do, they are fascinated by it.  The glass is imported and some of it is from renovated panels dating back to Victorian times which creates a lot of discussion... > View Profile

    African: MED Music Workshops

    African, Indian, Chinese, Samba and Recycled Sounds Music Workshops MED Music provides a first class service to schools in Hampshire, Surrey, London, Sussex and Kent. We deliver a rich cultural experience where children from an early age can enjoy, play and perform music.... > View Profile

    Ancient World: Hereford Starlab

    Hereford Starlab is a mobile planetarium offering interactive shows such as: The Earth and Beyond, The Earth's place in the universe, Light & Dark & Colour. Shows on ancient cultures are also available. Presenter led live shows to suit your needs. > View Profile

    PSHE: lookPositive: Change your life; love yourself!

    lookPositive is a social enterprise specialising in improving the way young people think about the way they look. We teach students age 9-14 how to take control of their emotional well being by empowering them with the knowledge of how to combat low body image and... > View Profile

    Dance: I Love Salsa in Schools

    I Love Salsa has been teaching Latin Dance and Fitness in primary and secondary schools from key stage 1 – 5 as part of the PE Curriculum for 6 years. The I Love Salsa in Schools programme inspires young people not interested in sport to engage in exercise, increase... > View Profile

    Art: Mosaic Workshops

    Mosaic is a unique art-form. Whether on a floor or a roof, a wall or a bench, in a playground or eco-garden, a mosaic makes a definitive statement about a space and ensures a meeting, talking and focal point far into the future. When children are making mosaics they... > View Profile

    Drama and Theatre: Finding The Will

    FINDING THE WILL works with children of all ages shaking up Shakespeare!  We lead interactive two hour workshops and week-long residencies in your school on six of Shakespeare's most well-loved plays: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet,... > View Profile

    Holiday clubs: Schools Out - Holiday Club @ St Teresa's Preston

    Looking for fun childcare for school holidays? From age 3 years upwards Full day care and half day available (can be flexible) . 7.30 am - 6pm breakfast and afternoon snacks provided. Just need a packed lunch. Club location is at St Teresa's Catholic Primary School in... > View Profile

    Music: Guitar Access

    Guitar Access can deliver a range of music based workshops including music technology, songwriting, guitar tuition, understanding World Music. Workshops are delivered by UK guitarist John Ellis who has worked with major UK acts including Peter Gabriel, The Stranglers etc. > View Profile

    INSET: Noah Afro Music

    Interactive workshops in African Music, Drumming and/or story telling based on traditional African culture led by trained and experienced teacher. > View Profile

    Music: Harmonica workshop

    The Harmonica Workshop is intended to teach how to play the harmonica, whilst providing an entertaining, enriching, creative and social experience. The course will be held once a week with a final performance to demonstrate the student’s achievements. > 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

    Indian: Architecture Workshops: The Taj Mahal

    Hands on Cross Curricular workshop For Key Stage 2, 3, & 4 The Taj Mahal is leading example of Indian Architecture bringing together Mughal, Islamic and Hindu influences to celebrate the diversity of the Indian region of Agra.?? Focused practical task taking history... > 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