School Talking and Communicating Workshops

Here is a list of School Talking and Communicating 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.

 

Create and Show Workshops

We’re Tonya & Natasha, storytelling sisters and authors of a range of stories about a little dog called Pojo. Pojo gets itchy paws and goes off on adventures whilst his owner Sam is asleep or goes to school. We offer an exciting range of workshops for story writing,... > View Profile

Barry Jackson - Effective Communication Skills

I am a member of the Professional Speaking Association, Toastmasters' International Speakers' Club and the Global Speakers' Federation; so helping youngsters to project themselves is one of my specialities. As regards Preparation for Work, the most popular... > View Profile

News for Schools: Journalism Workshops

News for Schools are fun, interactive journalism workshops for pupils of all ages offering a hands-on introduction to the news and newspapers. We offer a range of programmes to support literacy for pupils through KS2, KS3 and KS4. > View Profile

EGAR WORKSHOPS

Children and Young People Workshops EGAR workshops are delivered in your school classrooms or youth club by highly qualified and hugely experienced children’s and youth development staff who are specially selected by EGAR for their understanding of the curriculum... > View Profile

Journalism for Schools

Journalism for Schools offer an interactive workshop to students of all ages, brought to you by Sally Hunt, an award-winning journalist with 25 years of experience reporting and writing for newspapers and magazines. She is also the Editor of an upmarket lifestyle... > View Profile

Schmedia

Schmedia provides bespoke workshop on journalism and media studies for school children from Year 6 and up. The workshops are fun, interactive and involve role-play. They are presented by a former BBC network news correspondent. > View Profile

I have a dream

This inspirational and engaging workshop is designed to get the participants thinking about their future dreams and aspirations in relation to their education and careers. Let’s suppose that you have a blank canvas – and that canvas is your life… What... > View Profile

Classroom Presence for Teachers

Teacher Training     Opposite Leg are teacher training specialists, drawing directly from extensive classroom experience both primary and secondary.   We provide full and half day teacher training and staff development INSET courses, as well... > View Profile

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Asian Culture: Diya Painting Workshop

Diwali is a Hindu festival that is also known as the Festival of Lights. Synonymous to the festival are diya oil lamps, usually made from clay with a cotton wick dipped in ghee or vegetable oils. The lighting of a diya lamp in honor of Diwali is regarded as forcing light... > View Profile

Prehistoric: Stone Age - Iron Age Workshop

AMAZING & EXCITING STONE AGE workshop for KS1 & KS2. STONE AGE - IRON AGE.  Packed full of fun and facts. Have a visit from our amazing LIVING HISTORY TEAM.  They will bring this subject to life in your school hall.  The experienced facilitator will arrive at your school... > View Profile

Stage Combat: Squire Stage Combat

For over eight years Squire Stage Combat has been working within schools and theatres across the UK. We provide the very best training for actors of all ages from taster workshops to masterclasses and also fight direction services for professional and non professional... > View Profile

PSHE: MISS LAKE - PSHE CREATIVE WRITING DRAMA LINKED POETRY WORKSHOPS

 LIVELY, FUN, REFLECTIVE, PHSE, CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOPS - OWN IDENTITY, TRANSITION, MOVING ON AND CHOICES Inspirational, enriching, informative, reflective poetry workshops available for groups of between 20  to 30 individuals. They discuss, brainstorm, note down,... > View Profile

History: Tales of Plague Workshops and Tours

Tales of Plague enjoys bringing history alive for schoolchildren and delivers a number of ‘experiences’ aimed at primary schools studying the National Curriculum and suitable for ages five - 11: The Great Plague of London Experience The Great Plague and the... > View Profile

History: People of the Past

"hands on history". the history and development of arms and armour 1066-early Tudor.chain maille workshops, learn to make your own chain maille (its easier than it sounds) authentic 14th and 15th century swordfighting as taken from a 600 year old Italian combat... > View Profile