School Outdoors Workshops

Here is a list of School Outdoors 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.

 

Frostbitten - Turning Trial into Triumph

  I’m Mr Frostbite. Let me take you on an incredible journey. Mountaineering is a passion. It’s something I love, but it has cost me dear. My story may not be unique, but it’s something I want to pass on to the world at large, in my role as an... > View Profile

Treasure of the Seaside

New Seaside based Workshop. Called, The Treasure of the Seaside. It has been developed with Marcus Clarke FRSA an Exhibiting Fine Artists latest Art Exhibition RSM Sheringham which will Tour Art Galleries in the Midlands, Norfolk, Canada and USA. What happens? We come to you... > View Profile

Moving Mountains Outdoor Skills Education

At Moving Mountains we have a passion for getting young people outdoors. We strongly believe in the importance of learning a range of outdoor skills, and in spending time outside of the classroom. Outdoor Learning has been shown to improve physical and mental health, as well as... > View Profile

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History: Pirate Workshop

Pirate Workshop Welcome to Pirate Workshop, the place where you can find out about getting a real-life Pirate Captain in your school! Pirate Workshop consists of a school visit that is a tailor-made unit of work that has been developed in-line with... > View Profile

INSET: Drumming and Dance Workshops for Schools

DRUMMING AND DANCE WORKSHOPS FOR SCHOOLS Choose a workshop that steeps your pupils in the life and cultures of Africa, South America, Cuba and South Asia and the percussion and dance styles they gave rise to. How does it work? Working in small groups,... > View Profile

Healthy Schools: Eat Better Move More

The Gifted runs a project for families, adults & children and is designed to engage and educate everyone about the importance of eating well and keeping active. The sessions cover: The importance of healthy eating The benefits of five or more fruit and... > View Profile

Magic: Magic shows and magic workshops for schools

I provide magic shows and magic workshops on self esteem, the magic of reading, friendship, anti bullying, recycling etc. Magic is a powerful tool to hold children's attention and to deliver the message on a wide variety of topics. I can provide work shops using... > View Profile

Black History: Agents of Change

Inspiring case studies show that we can all take action to improve the world! This workshop uses case studies of local as well as famous people around the world who have taken action to improve the world we live in. It uses film, art and the Global Advocate exhibition to... > View Profile

World Culture: Brass band, steel pan and African drumming

The music: Steel drum music is most commonly associated with the Caribbean and this is the genre that is mostly taught. The steel pan is a versatile instrument however, and fits well with a variety of other styles including classical, jazz and even Christmas carols! The... > View Profile

Author: An Author;s Visit Doesn't Get Better Than This

It is no surprise the UK's leading conference on education for teachers, The Education Show at Brimingham National Exhibition Centre, hires Adrian for their seminar 'How To Enchant & Enhance Learning with Inter-active Storytelling.'. With... > View Profile

Music: Folk Noggins

We offer country dance workshops. English/ Irish/ Scottish Ceilidhs or Barn Dances. This could be a workshop with children also participating in percussion groups as well as dancing. We also can provide a complete Barn Dance for a fundraising event or Music with or without... > View Profile

History: Build A Castle

This unique workshop consists of a scale model of a motte & bailey castle which is the first phase, followed by the construction of Rochester keep and walls, that we build in class with the children. The workshop looks at the development of castles, shows them how... > View Profile

Early Years: Early Years Music and Movement

Our Creative Early Years programmes use a combination of singing (songs from around the word), percussion playing, story-telling, movement and composing to positively impact on crucial aspects of early childhood development. Our method is tested and adapted through many... > View Profile

Creative writing: Fiona Cummings

Fiona Cummings leads fun, interactive workshops. She shows how to build characters and storylines and shows the value of editing work (however painful that might be!) Fiona uses props and role-play to keep children stimulated and ensures that each child can participate in the... > View Profile