School American History Workshops

Here is a list of School American History 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.

 

BLOWING THE BLUES!

Blowing the Blues! “One of my educational highlights of the past few years - I can’t recommend it enough!” AW Head Teacher in Bristol Fun, challenging, exciting, motivating, teamworking, energetic, and children get to shine! This workshop explores the blues. The art... > View Profile

American History

In-depth lectures from a real Americans point of view and personal experience, presented by Sgt James A. Hargrove (Tony) of the USAF will add another dimension to your KS3 and 4 studies. Tony’s easy - going, lively style of presentation gives students an opportunity to... > View Profile

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Academy Celebration: Educating Children to prevent Modren Day Slavery.

Just Enough UK is an Anti Trafficking/Slavery Charity that works in partnership with the Metropolitan Police, NSPCC and local Councils to raise awareness and help stop people trafficking in the UK. We can teach our national curriculum based workshops to children from aged 8, all... > View Profile

Music: Soundhoppers music workshops

Soundhoppers bring a variety of approaches to the musical experience for children in schools and the community.  Our widening range of instruments is available for hands on use. With songs and simple percussive arrangements, we aim to educate on world music and culture in fun... > View Profile

Healthy Schools: A-life Healthy Workshops | Fun Fitness Sessions | Alcohol & Drugs Awareness

A-life is the leading provider of Healthy Workshops, Fun Fitness Sessions and Alcohol & Drugs Awareness for primary schools and we would LOVE to visit your school to help teach these vital lessons to your pupils, parents and staff. Our workshops are packed full of... > View Profile

History: Archaeology Workshops - Trench 1

Have the Romans left you in a rut? Are you stuck in the Stone Age? Have the Saxons left you stumped? We can help! Our workshops are delivered in your school by our experienced, insured, DBS-checked, over-excited and massively enthusiastic outreach officer. Our officer brings... > View Profile

Art: Craft & Animation

We carry out full day or shorter workshops, after school clubs and summer schools for children - in schools or in galleries or other art spaces.  We also take part in longer term projects in the community by engaging with those who can be disadvantaged or marginalised,... > View Profile

Science: Subsidised Interactive Science Shows

MakeBelieve Arts have been given funding from The Wellcome Trust to work with primary schools in the UK from November 2015 to February 2016 with two different interactive science shows. Perchance to Dream Adventures into the science of sleep Touring to UK primary... > View Profile

Poetry: Poetry For Primary

Fun workhsop using devised games, fun, humour and props to help children devise their own poetry. Use drama games, prompts and humour to infuse joy into teaching early literacy and a love of words. Suitable for EYFS, Key Stage 1, 2 and 3. Ask about a SEN Based... > View Profile

Healthy Schools: The Fun Food Company

The Fun Food Company runs a series of activities ranging from Sixth Form Culinary Survival School to our most popular event, the "3...2...1...GET COOKING!!" roadshow. The 3...2...1...GET COOKING!! show comprises of 2 parts, the first being a... > View Profile

World Culture: 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

School Speakers: The Roman Soldier

During the visit, a Soldier will arrive, as he did nearly 2,000 years ago, wearing his full armour and carrying his marching pack (impedimenta)when his legion invaded Britain in 43 A.D. Dressed as a 1st Century Roman Soldier (other character roles available) We engage pupils... > View Profile

Early Years: Early Years Animal Experience

Pre-school children can meet a range of our animals in this simple, sensory presentation. They are encouraged to touch and stroke the animals, feeling new textures such as a strong shiny tortoise shell and a smooth, scaly snake. We also talk about how animals can feel hurt... > View Profile

PSHE: Puppet-making Plus...

Artworker Jim Morris helps youngsters of all ages and abilities to explore and express their thoughts and feelings - using puppets they have made themselves. Over many years, Jim has used puppet-making to help youngsters to: express emotions, tackle tricky... > View Profile