School Space Workshops

Here is a list of School Space 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.

 

Space - Virtual Reality

Education Groups unique virtual reality workshop takes your children on a journey around our solar system  Take your class on a journey around our solar system with our VR Space feature. From the moment the shuttle launches and leaves Earth, we discover fascinating facts... > View Profile

A Spaceman in your school!

PUT A WOW! INTO YOUR EARTH AND SPACE TOPIC WITH A COPY OF THE ACTUAL SUIT USED IN THE MOON LANDINGS SIGNED BY THE REAL BUZZ ALDRIN! Welcome teachers to the most unique space workshop in the UK, that will inspire your pupils and put a genuine 'Buzz' into your Earth and... > View Profile

Science Dome

Science Dome is designed to explore science, geology and geography in an interactive way. The Science Dome visits schools and clubs, providing an additional science resource and presenting a different learning experience to children.   We provide a fully digital... > View Profile

World Space Week Workshops - As Creatives

Blending science and performance arts, As Creatives' World Space Week workshops are an excellent way of engaging students with science and supporting them in understanding our neighbours in the solar system – as well as worlds much further away.  Our workshops are available... > View Profile

Planetarium Mobile

A planetarium that comes to your school. Delivering a range of exciting, educational and fun shows. The shows are adaptable for ages and appeal to Reception, KS1, KS2 and KS3 and SEN. We deliver half or full day shows and aim to be flexible to your needs. Shows are based... > View Profile

Space

About our planetarium system. Lab Rascals Digistar lite system uses a customized version of Digistar 6, the world’s leading digital planetarium system. The biggest and most important planetariums in the world use Digistar. Lab Rascals portable state of the art planetarium... > View Profile

Hands on Space Workshops for Primary Schools

Hands-on Space Science Workshops for Primary Schools Working Science provides hands-on and practical space science activities for children in primary schools. All of our workshops are delivered by an experienced science communicator, Dr Gareth Francis with a PhD in Physics... > View Profile

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World War One: SOCIAL HISTORY AND SONGS FROM THE GREAT WAR

Music Hall performers were the pop stars and celebrities of their day, many of them enjoying a popularity status and earning fortunes that would make even today's stars green with envy.  But the history of Music Hall also tells us a great deal about the important social... > View Profile

Animals: Animal Workshops

We have provided animal workshops for a wide range of topics working within the school curriculum.  Our range of animals is wide from Meerkats, mini beasts, reptiles and small mammals. Topics we cover are : Africa ~ Meerkats, millipedes, pygmy hedgehog,... > View Profile

Fitness: Barefoot Dance Aerobic Fitness

Barefoot Dance provides dance fitness workshops to primary schools, for key-stage 1 and key-stage 2 children. ?The aerobic-dance sessions are delivered through either half or full-day workshops; and are 30-40 minutes in length for each group.  The children will improve their... > View Profile

Craft: Create Workshops

Inspire your pupils through creativity: Foundation - KS2 Our unique art and drama workshops will engage your pupils while enhancing curricular based topics.  All workshops focus on cross curricular learning by combining art and drama in a range of inspiring... > View Profile

INSET: Chinese Cultural Workshops

Our interactive workshops give a unique opportunity to experience Chinese culture and builds up knowledge and appreciation of Worldwide culture.  The workshops are also a great enhancement to the multi-cultural curriculum.  Our workshops are tailor made for your... > View Profile

PSHE: Alphabet of a Teenager

Alphabet of a Teenager has been enjoyed by more than 80,000 students throughout the UK since 2011, in over 450 performances. It covers 36 PSHE issues in one 60 minute performance. The narrative follows Michael, who stands and nervously opens his GCSE results. What got him to... > View Profile

World Book Day: Storytelling and Author Visit with Rebecca Colby

Rebecca Colby is a children’s picture book author and poet. She is also a former librarian and a qualified primary teacher with experience of speaking to large groups of children. A list of her standard workshops follow, however, she is always willing to work with a school to... > View Profile