School American History Workshops

Here is a list of School American History Workshops. Enquire here about any of these workshops or select one to view below. You may also search for a specific area or age group.

 

BLOWING THE BLUES!

Blowing the Blues! “One of my educational highlights of the past few years - I can’t recommend it enough!” AW Head Teacher in Bristol Fun, challenging, exciting, motivating, teamworking, energetic, and children get to shine! This workshop explores the... > View Profile

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

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World Book Day: World Book Day Workshop - 3rd March 2016

Education Group’s Story Factory workshops captures the imagination of your children. Children are encouraged to develop characters culminating in dramatic performances delivered by the children. This is an extremely popular workshop during Anti Bullying Week or on World... > View Profile

Motivation: Five Key Questions

We have a number of Motivational Workshops aimed at students who strive for academic excellence. Our enthusiastic facilitators empower students to set and accomplish goals, ensuring all participants achieve academic success and personal fulfillment from each motivational... > View Profile

History: Tudor life

Find out all about the Tudor Family tree with Haydon’s interactive story of Henrys six wives and three children. Have a taste of Shakespeare’s England as Haydon the Tudor player retells one of the Bard’s great stories. Haydon comes straight from the Globe... > View Profile

Fitness: Traditional Kung Fu Workshop

Traditional Kung Fu Workshops, great for health, fitness and mind. > View Profile

Circus Skills: Circus Skills

We have over 20 years experience of sharing skills with varied groups including: schools, corporate training, teacher training, special needs, guides, brownies, etc,  youth clubs, community centres, armed forces, family fun days, parties, hen nights and weddings. Our... > View Profile

Music: Soundhoppers music workshops

Soundhoppers bring a variety of approaches to the musical experience for children in schools and the community.  Our widening range of instruments is available for hands on use. With songs and simple percussive arrangements, we aim to educate on world music and culture in fun... > View Profile

Music: Singing Workshops - London & South East

Fun and educational singing workshops for all ages and abilities, from professional singer with ten years' experience in music education and performing arts. CPD also available for primary school teachers - teaching singing in the classroom, starting a choir, choir... > View Profile

STEM: LEGO ROBOTIC Workshops

HG Education works with LEGO Mindstorms and teaches control technology from years 1 through 9. Children typically work in groups of 2 or 3 solving simple but real life problems. We can work with any year group either in single class sizes or whole year groups. Sample... > View Profile

African: Joliba African Drums & Dance

Joliba West African Drum and Dance deliver a variety of professional, educational workshops including African Drumming and African Drumming and Dance. We have 16 years of experience, delivering workshops for Nursery, Primary, Secondary and Further Education, including a... > View Profile

Drumming: World Music, Drumming, dance and carnival arts workshops Artbeat

World Music, Drumming, Dance and Carnival Arts group workshops and performances  Brazilian Samba drumming, Indonesian Gamelan Music (Javanese and Balinese), Cuban Salsa dance, African Drumming, Carnival Arts. Sessions range from one-off taster sessions for whole class... > View Profile

Circus Skills: Circus For Schools

As well as being great fun and good exercise, learning and practising circus skills has other benefits. Juggling, diabolo and plate spinning improve both hand/eye and general co-ordination. Walking on the tightrope and stilts helps balance, posture and body awareness. The speed... > View Profile

Egyptians: Ancient Egypt: Meet the Pharaoh

Your students will meet Amohep, a Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt, and assist him in planning the construction of his Pyramid. The children will find out how a pyramid was constructed through a series of interactive games. They will discover just how unimaginably heavy the limestone... > View Profile