School Robotics Workshops

Here is a list of School Robotics 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.

 

Hands-on Robotics Workshops

We offer workshops throughout Scotland where children aged 4-14 years learn what a robot is, build a robot and learn to program their robot to perform various tasks and respond to a sensor. This is suitable for KS1 and KS2. They also have an opportunity to interact with an... > View Profile

iAdvance Robot Workshops

  If you are looking for ways to engage your students with computing and STEM, get in touch with us. We provide, fun, hands on robot workshops for KS2, KS3 and KS4. Your students will learn how to build and program robots, they will also look at the importance of... > View Profile

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Singing: The BIG Sing School Music Workshops

  The BIG Sing aims to provide music services to help schools give their students a variety of musical experiences. We aim to provide flexible teaching and training for teachers, students, whole classes and year groups - that means that we will custom build a music... > View Profile

History: David Hall - Brings History to Life!

Former teacher and Professional Actor David Hall brings inspiring workshops and shows to your school. The Great Fire Project brings Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn to life in the very midst of the Great Conflagration and poses questions such as "What would you have done?", "How... > View Profile

INSET: Meet A Creature

Meet A Creature's animal handling workshops bring the school science curriculum to life, allowing pupils to see - and feel - the differences between animal groups. Our fascinating collection includes reptiles, amphibians, mammals and insects and each has been... > View Profile

School Speakers: The Roman Soldier

During the visit, a Soldier will arrive, as he did nearly 2,000 years ago, wearing his full armour and carrying his marching pack (impedimenta)when his legion invaded Britain in 43 A.D. Dressed as a 1st Century Roman Soldier (other character roles available) We engage pupils... > View Profile

Ancient World: Curriculum British Prehistory Visits for schools

Rent-a-Celt ioffers a curriculum based, tailor made visit to your school, nationwide. We specialize in bring British Prehistory to your school generally KS 2 & 3 but we have visited KS6 & also 9 too.    With 5 years experience,  and staff members... > View Profile

INSET: The Animal Roadshow

Educational sessions (presentations and workshops) involving a wide variety of living specimens of different species, all of which are friendly, tame, handleable and entirely trustworthy. All sessions are delivered by a qualified, professional educator who has full (enhanced)... > View Profile

Singing: Sing Your Way Around The World!

Learn to sing while exploring songs from a variety of cultures around the world.  Singer, storyteller and musician Lorraine help you relax and learn to enjoy singing using simple exercises and warm-ups to build confidence.Singing is fun, helps relieve stress and can help... > View Profile

Problem Solving: Team Building - working together to achieve more

Team building is said to have benefits of self-development, positive communication, leadership skills and the ability to work closely together as a team to solve problems. Our team building sessions are a great way for both children and teachers to learn different... > View Profile

Author: Author and storyteller

“Kindled our children’s interest in reading” (Brockhurst & Marlston House Preparatory Schools, Hermitage).   “Booking Ed Wicke to come to our school was one of the best decisions I have made as English Co-ordinator.” (Fair Oak Juniors, Eastleigh)   “The perfect way to... > View Profile

Ancient World: Medieval Life KS3 Workshop

Our medieval life workshop for KS3 students (also run for yrs 5 & 6 sometimes) is a very hands on & interactive workshop. The whole workshop has a story theme running through it which helps to focus the children's attention as they score points for their medieval... > 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

African: Drum Jam Educational Music Workshops

Drum Jam bring Fun and Energy to any school event! Using our team of expert Facilitators, together we will create rhythms and sing songs that will leave young people and teachers inspired and aware of their own ability to express rhythm. Using Africa for inspiration, you will... > View Profile