School Stage Combat Workshops

Here is a list of School Stage Combat 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.

 

Squire Stage Combat

Squire Stage Combat provides workshops in stage and screen combat for all ages. We provide training in armed and unarmed theatrical combat as well as choreography services and consultation for school, rep and proffesional productions. All our staff are proffesional fight... > View Profile

Stage and Screen combat courses

Weekend courses for the basics in screen combat including hand to hand and sword fighting techeniques. > View Profile

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Victorians: Victorians

The interactive introductory talk covers the expanding British Empire and Britain’s role in developing trade around the world in Victoria’s long reign. Norwich High School for Girls – “Super day! - really enjoyed by the children. Plenty of... > View Profile

Music: Making A Creative Impact!

LoudLearning is a creative education company. Music is at the heart of everything we do and we blend this with drama to provide engaging interactive sessions. We help children build skills, inspire learning and cover core national curriculum subjects through the... > View Profile

Storytelling: Dean The Art Wizard (Artwork, Sculpture & Animation)

Dean Is The Only Practitioner Within The UK Who Assists Pupils Design Healthy Eating Superheroes Or Create Junkfood Villains. Each Design Is Then Created Into Sculptures.  Your Pupils Will Then Create A Storyboard & Write About Their Very Own Superhero Or... > View Profile

Music: Bubbles Education Gifted and Talented Workshops

  Bubbles provides a range of Music, Dance and Drama workshops for gifted and talented KS1 and KS2 pupils. The creative sessions are designed to broaden knowledge and understanding in music, dance and drama, as well as developing confidence and a passion for the... > View Profile

School Speakers: Goal Setting & Motivation

This workshop gives students the skills and confidence to learn independantly whilst setting goals for themselves, both personal and academic. Delivered to between 10-35'000 students each year by professional speakers using research based content taken from interviews... > View Profile

Music: South East Asian Gamelan

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 made up... > View Profile

Asian Culture: INDIAN PERCUSSION WORKSHOPS

Mitel Purohit is an experienced Indian percussion workshop leader in London schools, and currently one the most sought after Indian percussionists in the UK. The tabla is a popular Indian percussion instrument used in Hindustani classical music and in popular and devotional... > View Profile

Science: Dr Ken Entertaining Science and Magicial Maths

Dr Ken performs many curriculum themed shows from the Entertaining Science Circus show to the Mathamagical - It Just doesn't add Up. Workshops are designed to compliment the shows. They are suitable for all key stages and CPD Staff workshops are also available. ... > View Profile

Storytelling: FREE Literacy Workshop

Coinciding with our latest exhibition ‘Sussex Modernism,’ we are delighted to invite your school to a FREE literacy workshop at Two Temple Place... What is Art? What inspires art? Following five hugely successful education programs for Two Temple Place’s winter... > View Profile

Outdoors: 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

Music: Loop pedal workshop

This active 2 hour session incorporates everything a school is looking for in a workshop.  Through the use of aural, visual and kinasthetic methods, your pupils will be engaged from start to finish in this topical session.  Harnessing modern pop music to inspire (did... > 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