School World Culture Workshops

Here is a list of School World Culture 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.

 

Dancing Around The World

Tradansa Workshops inspires school children, teens and their teachers to learn about cultural diversity and similarities through fun, dance and movement.  The choreographies and pedagogical content of the workshops are customized according to the... > View Profile

Earthsong Multicultural Music Workshops

Earthsong’s multicultural music workshops are a captivating and informative way to discover music from all over the world via unique interactive lessons for all age ranges and abilities. From mouth bows of the Kalahari to moth-cocoon shakers, to giant Japanese taiko... > View Profile

Birmingham Road - British Values and Cultural Awareness

Birmingham Road is home to Britain’s most friendly and culturally diverse people. It is on this road that primary pupils get the opportunity to visit the houses of families who come from all over the world. There, they are introduced... > View Profile

Educational Dance Workshops

Professional dance and creative workshops, after school clubs suitable for all schools and educational facilities. Our workshops have been specially created and formulated through years of  educational teaching practice and most importantly years of successful dance... > View Profile

Brass band, steel pan and African drumming

The music: Steel drum music is most commonly associated with the Caribbean and this is the genre that is mostly taught. The steel pan is a versatile instrument however, and fits well with a variety of other styles including classical, jazz and even Christmas carols! The... > View Profile

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

Kaya Rythm & Arts

Kaya run Interactive Drumming, Culture, Craft and Arts Workshops for Education, Team Building and Therapy. Tailored to suit your group or organisation our workshops are beneficial to anyone and everyone - no matter what your age or ability. > View Profile

Didgeridoo and Aboriginal story-telling

Professional didgeridoo player and author of the best-selling range of tuition materials ‘How to Play the Didgeridoo’. Jonny can engage, educate, entertain and inspire all ages and abilities through workshops, presentations, demonstrations and performances using elements from... > View Profile

Noah Afro Music

Interactive workshops in African Music, Drumming and/or story telling based on traditional African culture led by trained and experienced teacher. > View Profile

Fab Drumming & Dancing

FabDrumming workshops are funky, inclusive, musical fun and suitable for all ages and abilities. We offer African Drumming, Junk Percussion, African Dancing and Gumboot Dancing workshops. Drumming has many benefits, it encourages creativity, self expression and rhythmic... > View Profile

Sitar workshops in primary schools

Sitar workshops are a fantastic way to enhance a school studies on India on a stand alone subject or as part of a multi-cultural week. The workshops will provide opportunity to learn about the sitar whilst enriching the students musical knowledge and awareness. Workshops... > View Profile

Respecting Differences

Bringing Africa to the UK through songs, stories, videos, slides, dance, and costume. Workshops on Respecting Differences, Bullying. Promoting Tolerance, respect and celebrating diversity > View Profile

African Drumming, Dance and Music

Led by African dancer musician Seby Ntege,Drum arts Ngoma is an African performing arts organisation based in London run and managed by a group of professional African dancers and musicians. This means that all our artistic engagements in the school workshops, community... > View Profile

South Asian Dance

Beeja means ‘seed’ in Hindi. It also carries with it a sense of transformation and the start of life. In keeping with its name, the company Beeja aims to generate new ideas, new understanding and fresh creative forms. Its work is based in Indian classical... > View Profile