School Workshops in South Yorkshire

Here is a list of School Workshops in South Yorkshire. 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.

 

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

Team Building: Problem Solving & Thinkings Skills Workshop

Problem-solving skills are the foundation of all areas of knowledge, such as mathematics, science and the arts. Our problem solving sessions are suitable from Reception children right through to working with the teachers at your school. Using our specially created soft play... > View Profile

Dance: Indian Dance Workshops

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

Anti-Bullying: Virtual Reality Anti-Bullying Workshops

Education Group has made the virtual world a reality in schools. Our new workshops focus on Anti-Bullying using the latest VR technology. Bullying remains a desperately worrying problem for many children and their parents. Research shows that the impact of being bullied... > View Profile

Fitness: A-life Fitness Sessions

A-life Fitness Sessions are designed to give all pupils a full body workout at the same time as reinforcing the key messages of keeping healthy. We provide a fun-packed, non-stop, fast-paced, sweat inducing session that motivates pupils to understand that keeping active is a... > View Profile

Art: Paint an Egyptian Cartouche

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

Dinosaur: Paleontological Excavation in your School

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

Problem Solving: Problem Solving Skills Workshop

Problem-solving skills are the foundation of all areas of knowledge, such as mathematics, science and the arts. Our problem solving sessions are suitable from Reception children right through to working with the teachers at your school. Using our specially created soft play... > 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

Puzzle: Problem Solving Skills Workshops

Problem-solving skills are the foundation of all areas of knowledge, such as mathematics, science and the arts. Our problem solving sessions are suitable from Reception children right through to working with the teachers at your school. Using our specially created soft play... > View Profile

Black History: Rhythms of Africa

Using traditional African djembe drums, children create sounds and rhythms with each child having the opportunity to experience a feeling of unity as part of a drum circle. Children will also learn some traditional songs from Western Africa. Our Drumming... > View Profile

Art: Art Now!

Christmas Bauble Workshops, African Mask Making Workshops and Ceramic Plate Workshop - our Art Now! series has it all. Our African Mask Making Workshop focuses on the use of Adinkra symbols on a traditional Western African Dan style mask. Using wooden masks made from... > View Profile

Asian Culture: South East Asian Gamelan Workshop

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... > View Profile

World War One: Meet a WW1 Soldier

With tales of life in the trenches at the time, our Meet a WW1 Soldier Workshop is a great way for children to gain an understanding of how life was for a soldier during WW1. Our soldier will lead demonstrations using replica equipment and the children are... > View Profile

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