School Workshops in Isle of Man

Here is a list of School Workshops in Isle of Man. Enquire here about any of these workshops or select one to view below. You may also search for a specific workshop type or age group.

 

Music: South East Asian Gamelan

Our Gamelan Workshop is a traditional Indonesian music ensemble usually made up of percussion instruments. The word gamelan comes from the Javanese word 'gamel' which means hammer. A gamelan orchestra usually consists of a number of gongs, drums and metallophones made up... > View Profile

Maths: The Problem Solving Company

The Problem Solving Company  has been visiting schools schools since 2007  providing  maths workshops  for Foundation stage through to KS3.  We aim for our activities to be participated in within small groups, to achieve maximum particpation... > View Profile

World War One: Women of WW1

Our Women of World War One workshop follows a young woman on her journey through the long war years of 1914-18. It provides interactive samples of the way women's lives changed dramatically during the course of the war and describes some of the jobs undertaken by females... > View Profile

Chinese New Year: The Dragon Dance

The Dragon Dance captures the very symbol of Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year celebrations begin on the 31st January 2014 and last for 15 days. Traditionally, it was a time for the Chinese to pray to their ancestors as well as to all the gods. Highlights... > View Profile

Sculpture: Dean The Art Wizard (Artwork, Character Design & Sculpture)

Dean Is The Only Practitioner Within The UK Who Creates Large Scale Time-Lapse Artworks/Sculptures Or Amazing Animations Similar To Art Attack Seen On CITV. Dean offers many creative opportunities for schools especially developing literacy skills using art &... > View Profile

Romans: Roman Soldier School Visit

Education Group’s Roman Soldier Workshops give children the opportunity to have a Roman Soldier visit their school. From way back in 72 AD, our Roman soldier dressed in full armour will talk to the children about life in Roman Britain. As part of the... > View Profile

Black History: Black History Month: A Celebration

Our Mask Making Workshop is a unique celebration of African art. Each child decorates their own wooden mask sculpted in the style of the Dan Tribe from Western Africa. Masks are painted with Adinkra symbols representing values such as leadership, wisdom, creativity,... > View Profile

Craft: Dean The Art Wizard

Dean Creates Large Scale Time-Lapse Recycled Artworks/Sculptures Or He Assists Pupils Create Amazing Charater Designs & Assists Pupils Create Illustrated Written Stories. During the past 5 years Dean has helped schools create a number of environmentally freindly... > View Profile

Dinosaur: 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

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

Drumming: Just Drumming

Our Drumming Workshop is a celebration of African and South American music and rhythm. Each child uses their own djembe or samba percussion to recreate rhythms and songs popular in Western Africa or South America. It is also aligned to targets within Key Stages One and... > View Profile

African: Dan Tribe African Masks

Our Mask Making Workshop is a unique celebration of African art. Each child decorates their own wooden mask sculpted in the style of the Dan Tribe from Western Africa. Masks are painted with Adinkra symbols representing values such as leadership, wisdom, creativity,... > View Profile

Diwali: 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

Commonwealth Games 2014: Commonwealth Games 2014

Our ‘Celebrating the Commonwealth’ workshops are a dance celebration of the countries taking part in the upcoming Commonwealth Games hosted in Glasgow. The day can begin with an assembly showcasing the classes and countries taking part in the day, including... > View Profile

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