School Workshops in Tyne and Wear

Here is a list of School Workshops in Tyne and Wear. 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.

 

Motivation: Celebrity Motivational Speakers

Motivational: Sports Motivational An ideal way to motivate staff and students alike, having a famous sports star come and give their motivational story of overcoming adversity and peak performance is sure to instil a highly desirable work ethic going forwards. Emphasising... > View Profile

Craft: Dean The Art Wizard

Dean Creates Large Scale Time-Lapse Recycled Artworks/Sculptures Or He Assists Pupils Create Amazing Charater Designs & Assists Pupils Create Illustrated Written Stories. During the past 5 years Dean has helped schools create a number of environmentally freindly... > View Profile

Healthy Schools: Celebrity Chef to Visit your School!

Cooking Demonstrations Cooking demonstrations not only educate students about the more practical aspects of life but also give the chance to bond with fellow classmates. Call upon culinary gurus, such as two times Michelin star chef Jean Cristophe Novelli and BBC’s... > 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 Book Day: World Book Day Workshop - 3rd March 2016

Education Group’s Story Factory workshops captures the imagination of your children. Children are encouraged to develop characters culminating in dramatic performances delivered by the children. This is an extremely popular workshop during Anti Bullying Week or on World... > 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

Chinese New Year: The Dragon Dance

The Dragon Dance captures the very symbol of Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year is on the 27th January and 2017 is the Year of the Rooster. Traditionally, New Year was a time for the Chinese to pray to their ancestors as well as to all the... > View Profile

Drumming: Just Drumming

Our Drumming Workshop is suitable for all age groups and gives children the opportunity to creatively learn about and enjoy music from another culture.  Using traditional African djembe drums, children create sounds and rhythms with... > View Profile

Drama and Theatre: Roman Solider Drama Workshop

Our Roman Soldier Workshops gives children the opportunity to have a Roman Soldier visit their school. Lucius Felix Silvanus of the 20th Legion, Valeria Victrix will introduce himself to the children and will talk about how he joined the Roman Empire. Set in 72 Anno... > View Profile

Diwali: Diwali Celebrations

Diwali is a celebration of good versus evil or light against dark which is why it is also known as the Festival of Lights. It has several different meanings in various regions across India including: • An association with the goddess Kali in the Bengal region •... > View Profile

Academy Celebration: African Mask Painting Workshop

Our Mask Making Workshop is a unique celebration of African art. Each child decorates their own wooden mask sculpted in the style of the Dan Tribe from Western Africa. As part of the workshop the children will learn about African art and how most African masks are... > View Profile

History: Ancient Egypt - 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

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

Christmas: Christmas Bauble Fundraising Workshop

Education Group’s Ceramic Art Christmas Bauble Workshop enables every child in your primary school to design, decorate and take home their very own ceramic bauble. Children learn about different materials and techniques and develop their imagination, which builds... > View Profile

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