School Workshops in Isle of Wight

Here is a list of School Workshops in Isle of Wight. 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.

 

Drama and Theatre: Story Factory Workshop

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

Music: African Djembe Drumming Workshops

Our Drumming Workshop is suitable for all age groups and gives children the opportunity to creatively learn about and enjoy music from another culture. Using traditional African djembe drums, children create sounds and rhythms with... > View Profile

Egyptians: Egyptian Cartouche Painting

In the early days of ancient Egypt, Kings and important people, encircled their name (written in hieroglyphics) with a design that we now call a cartouche. This cartouche was an oval circle and looked rather like a nameplate. Around the design was a picture of a rope, tied at... > View Profile

World War Two: Codebreaking Workshop

Its 1940 and the Country is at war. We’ve intercepted enemy radio signals and sent them to Bletchley Park, home of our country's codebreakers. These messages have been coded using German Enigma machines and need to be deciphered and sent to our military command... > View Profile

History: Fossil Hunting Workshop

The Dinosaur Workshop brings prehistoric life into your school, taking your children back millions of years to discover the wonder of the dinosaurs. Children become part of a paleontological excavation site, locating and identifying replica fossils from some of the most iconic... > View Profile

Chinese New Year: Chinese New Year Plate Painting

Our Chinese New Year plate painting workshop is an engaging way for your pupils to learn about Chinese culture while covering many areas of the Art curriculum. Our workshops can be tailored to your specific requirements. Availability is always extremely limited for... > View Profile

Isle of Wight: Road to Rio 2016

Our Road to Rio 2016 workshops are a dance celebration of the countries participating in the upcoming Olympics in Brazil. The day can begin with an opening ceremony showcasing the countries taking part in the day, including all of the flags of your chosen... > View Profile

Art: African Mask Painting

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. As part of the workshop the children will learn about African art and how most African masks are... > View Profile

Drama and Theatre: WW1 Drama Workshop

World War One Workshop 2014 will mark 100 years since the start of the First World War. As part of our WW1 workshop, Private William Arthur Elland, 3 section, 2nd platoon D company of the 2nd Bedfordshire Regiment will visit your school to talk about his time... > 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

Carnival: Carnival Samba Drumming Workshop

Bring a Latin flavour to your primary school from South America! Our Samba Drumming Workshop is suitable for all age groups and gives children the opportunity to creatively learn about and enjoy music from another culture. Using various percussion... > 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. Winifred Adams talks about her involvement in the Great War of 1914-18. She outlines the different roles of women during the war years and how it changed the outlook of the... > View Profile

Healthy Schools: Celebrity Chef to Visit your School!

Cooking Demonstrations Cooking demonstrations not only educate students about the more practical aspects of life but also give the chance to bond with fellow classmates. Call upon culinary gurus, such as two times Michelin star chef Jean Cristophe Novelli and BBC’s... > View Profile

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