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    Dance: Multicultural World dance & Music workshops

    Dance workshops from Egypt, Ancient Egypt & Mesopotamia, India, Indus Valley, Greece, Italy, France, Africa, China, Tibet, Britain, Ireland, North American Indians, South America, Aztecs, Incas, Mayan, New Zealand Maori Haka, Australian Aboriginal, Japan. > View Profile

    Science: Amazing Glass Harp Workshop

    The Glass Harp, showcased at the Eco Schools Show Sheffield Motorpoint Arena, Summer 2012, is made from up-cycled glasses and is a unique and fun way to promote eco-awareness in school as well as building confidence through performing as a group. The children will learn to... > View Profile

    Romans: History Makers

    Welcome to history in the making – from the History Makers! History at your fingertips! In a rich mix of crafting, storytelling, reconstruction and performance, the History Makers bring the past into the present through a day in the life of young warriors preparing... > View Profile

    PSHE: The Personal Side of Social Media

    This workshop takes a look at the recent rise of social media and the implications of that. Social networks have become a part of everyday life for many young people. The ability to be interconnected with people online allows us to communicate easily, but also opens us up to a... > View Profile

    Music: Amazing Christmas Glass Harp Workshops

    Below is our range of music workshops. We can also devise unique creative and inspirational workshops especially for you and your curriculum needs by negotiation. Glass Harp – A lovely Christmas music workshop to get everyone on the mood by playing a selection of Christmas... > View Profile

    Music: Soundbeam Music and Storytelling Workshops

    Storytelling and movement for primary school children using Soundbeam.  Soundbeam you say?  Yes, the ultra sonic device that uses sensors to respond to movements and translates them into high quality sounds.  Switch pads can be programmed to generate sounds... > View Profile

    Talking and Communicating: 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

    Gifted and Talented: Hands on Science

    Hands on Science runs fun and memorable but educational workshops. Your children do the investigation guided and supported by us. Rocket Building, CSI, Firework Science, Mars Lander and Elastic Racers are just a few of over 80 exciting workshops your... > View Profile

    Maths: Maths & Magic Workshops

    “We were thrilled with our day and will be recommending you to other schools. We hope to get you back again. A great day - thank you.” — Sandra Hamilton, Headteacher, Our Lady and St Swithin Primary School, Liverpool The highly-interactive... > View Profile

    Earth Science: Palaeoquest Earth Science Workshops

    Earth Science Workshops: Investigate rocks, fossils and evolution in your own classroom through a series of NC-linked, hands-on and engaging activities. Find out what rocks are made of, how they change, and how their different properties make them vital to many aspects of our... > View Profile

    Virtual Reality: Virtual Reality Workshops

    Education Group creates world first! Using the latest VR technology, Education Group can take your class around the world, under the sea or even to the moon! Education Group’s initial bespoke workshops are based around Anti-bullying and Indigenous Australia. With... > View Profile

    Craft: CREATURAMA

    CREATURAMA is the collective name for the works of talented and unique artist Anthony James. Anthony creates all of his work out of recycled materials such as old cardboard, thrown away curtains and plastic bottles. From such mundane materials he has created fantastic... > View Profile

    INSET: Wyldes Noyse Tudor Music

    This year Wyldes Noyse present their new program for Xmas Tudor Music Workshops. New tunes, new songs, new dances and new costumes bring a fresh sound and look to the workshops we have been providing to schools across Essex and beyond for the last 5 years. The spring... > View Profile

    Music: Harmonica workshop

    The Harmonica Workshop is intended to teach how to play the harmonica, whilst providing an entertaining, enriching, creative and social experience. The course will be held once a week with a final performance to demonstrate the student’s achievements.   > View Profile