School Indian Workshops

Here is a list of School Indian 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.

 

Indian Dance Workshop

Our range of Indian dance style, from elegant classical dances to the more exuberant Bollywood bring the vibrancy of the subcontinent in to your school and offers children the opportunity to build on their natural enthusiasm for movement and develop skills of coordination... > View Profile

Indian Diya Painting Workshop

Diwali is a Hindu festival that is also known as the Festival of Lights. Synonymous to the festival are diya oil lamps, usually made from clay with a cotton wick dipped in ghee or vegetable oils. The lighting of a diya lamp in honor of Diwali is regarded as forcing light... > View Profile

Sitar workshops in primary schools

Sitar workshops are a fantastic way to enhance a school studies on India on a stand alone subject or as part of a multi-cultural week. The workshops will provide opportunity to learn about the sitar whilst enriching the students musical knowledge and awareness. Workshops... > View Profile

Multi Culturalism within the classroom

Offering multicultural, dance, drama, literacy, music and storytelling workships to all ages and abilities. We will make sure students and staff are laughing and learning at the same time. Workshops that are tailored to your needs and requirements can be as short as 30 minutes... > View Profile

Yogakids

An introduction to yoga including breathing exercises, meditation, yoga postures and guided relaxation. > View Profile

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

Cotton on to Fairtrade

Discover the cotton journey and get creative with sock puppets! This fun and engaging workshop uses the creation of sock puppets to teach students about the journey of cotton, the benefits of Fairtrade and the lives of the people involved in the supply chain. Children build... > View Profile

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

JayaDance - Bollywood & Bhangra School Workshops

Is your school looking for a fun, educational, and unique India experience for its students? Want to take India off the map and bring it to life? We know how to get young learners of all backgrounds excited about India, using vibrant music, energetic Bollywood dance and... > View Profile

Tales from India: Bollywood and Kathak Dance

I bring you 'Tales from India', a fantastic new dance workshop that promises to be invigorating and informative for each and every student. I am a specialist Kathak dancer, having trained in this style from the age of 6. Originating in the temples of North India, Kathak is a... > View Profile

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PSHE: Confident Kids

The Confident Kids workshop gives children an awareness of how their thoughts, words, actions and beliefs contribute to low confidence, low self-esteem and negative thinking.  Children will learn techniques to boost their confidence, motivation and resilience so they will... > View Profile

Stage Combat: Stage and Screen combat courses

Weekend courses for the basics in screen combat including hand to hand and sword fighting techeniques. > View Profile

Prehistoric: T-Rex School Visit

The Tyrannosaurus Rex was one of the most fearsome meat eaters of the Cretaceous age- 66 million years ago! It means King of the Tyrant lizards in ancient Greek and a full grown one could weigh up to seven tons! Meet our baby Tyrannosurus Rex, just seven years old approaching... > View Profile

Maths: Murderous Maths

Kjartan Poskiit, author of the award-winning Murderous Maths series, demonstrates tricks, bizarre facts and curiosities from his books. Plenty of audience participation and follow-up resources for teachers are available. "A stand-up maths routine has children... > View Profile