School Saxons Workshops

Here is a list of School Saxons 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.

 

Saxons

Experience the real flavour of Saxon England. From the hierarchy and etiquette of the Lord’s Hall, the story of Beowulf, to the burial of a Saxon king and how archaeologists piece together the information they find on digs, our activity based Saxon workshop brings the... > View Profile

Anglo-Saxon Training Camp

In this interactive workshop we will teach your students how to survive a Viking Raid. Through exciting activities, engaging games, drama, performance, demonstration and role-play the children will learn first hand: How to hide your monasteries' Holy relics from a... > View Profile

Hands on Archaeology / History

HANDS ON HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS All the sessions provide a hands-on investigative approach to history – essential to historical enquiry and understanding – and are fun too! They enhance and support learning in the classroom, bringing the... > View Profile

Anglo Saxon: Raiders & Traders

This workshop takes a look at where the Saxons came from, what life was like in Saxon England and the conflicts between the Saxons and the Vikings.  What was life like for the ordinary Saxon, what did they eat, how did they live and what did their children do?  We explore what... > View Profile

Bring the Anglo Saxon World to Life

Whitworks can offer 2 alternative days. Jodie Stewart Year 6 Teacher Hunloke Park Primary School The achievement of some children was unexpected and stunning. I truly thought the day was brilliant. Queen Emma, twice crowned Queen of England, wife of Anglo Saxon King... > View Profile

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History: Keep the Home Fires Burning

Your school will be visited by a soldier and a WAAC (Women's Army Auxiliary Corps) to help the children understand the reality of the First World War, at home and in the trenches, for men, women and children in an immersive and interactive workshop. With a local history twist... > View Profile

History: 25th Bomb Disposal Co. Royal Engineers Living History Group

The 25th. Bomb Disposal . Co. Royal Engineers L.H.G. The Group was formed on May 8th 2004 as a non combatant group, to portray the lesser known story on the home front of the Bomb Disposal Companies of the Royal Engineers, operating between 1939 - 45 here solely in the... > View Profile

Shows: Magical Circus with Melanie & Angelo

Melanie and Angelo are professional entertainers and instructors. They have been  providing traditional circus orientated entertainment and circus skills workshops to children and adults alike since the year 2000. Qualified (V.T.C.T) (BAPA Honours) and CRB checked... > View Profile

Music: Soundhoppers - sound exploration workshops

Soundhoppers is a sound exploration playgroup for nursery and infant school children aged between 3-11 years old. The sessions aim to encourage the children in becoming careful, deep listeners, and aim for them to become more nuanced and sensitive to the different qualities... > View Profile

Punch and Judy: Puppet Magic

Christopher Somerville (Mr. Bimbamboozle) is North Wales' best loved and most experienced children's entertainer. During term time he offers specialist Punch and Judy and puppet workshops in schools while his children's show combining Magic and Punch & Judy... > View Profile

Drama and Theatre: Stanislavski, Brecht, Godber, Berkoff, Artaud Workshops

  We offer a range of highly practical and interactive ‘practitioner workshops’ for you to choose from.  Practitioner workshop sessions are designed specifically to teach new approaches to theatre whilst improving performance skills and... > View Profile

Creative writing: Picture Books - Primary School Workshops

I try to inspire the pupils to be writers and illustrators, using my own books, original artwork, sketches and roughs to stimulate discussion and ideas. Then I encourage the younger children to do big loose drawings of a character of their own. I leave time at the end for a... > View Profile

World Culture: 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

Saxons: Anglo Saxon: Raiders & Traders

This workshop takes a look at where the Saxons came from, what life was like in Saxon England and the conflicts between the Saxons and the Vikings.  What was life like for the ordinary Saxon, what did they eat, how did they live and what did their children do?  We explore what... > View Profile