School Author Workshops

Here is a list of School Author 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.

 

Performance Poetry With Ian Bland

Writing and performing high quality poetry is a real and valuable skill well within reach of all children in our primary schools. Inviting a professional children's poet to work in school can be a fantastic opportunity for children and teachers alike to experience new... > View Profile

Author Visits - Little Creative Days

We are Tonya and Natasha the authors and storytelling sisters. Our stories are based on a little dog called Pojo who gets itchy paws and goes off on adventures whilst his owner Sam is asleep.  Stories cover themes such as pirates, Romans, Egyptians, Norman knights, Gunpowder... > View Profile

Children's Non-Fiction Author | School Workshops

I am John Malam, author of 200+ children's non-fiction books on a wide range of topics. I am a popular and inspirational school visitor, and offer a range of sessions for FS, KS1, KS2 and KS3. Sessions include talks, readings and writing workshops. New for... > View Profile

Children's Authors In Schools

DENIS BOND is an ex-teacher who has had more than 70 books published and who has written hundreds of TV scripts. He has visited over a thousand different schools throughout the UK and abroad, is a member of The National Writers In Education (NAWE) is fully insured and has... > View Profile

An Author;s Visit Doesn't Get Better Than This

It is no surprise the UK's leading conference on education for teachers, The Education Show at Brimingham National Exhibition Centre, hires Adrian for their seminar 'How To Enchant & Enhance Learning with Inter-active Storytelling.'. With... > View Profile

IAN BILLINGS - COMIC, WRITER and POET

Comic, author, poet Ian Billings' literacy workshops and stand-up comedy shows address key objectives for KS2 Literacy. Ian presents LITERARY WORKSHOPS about creating character, action and narrative to convey story, themes, emotions and ideas - Using dramatic techniques... > View Profile

Author and storyteller

“Kindled our children’s interest in reading” (Brockhurst & Marlston House Preparatory Schools, Hermitage).   “Booking Ed Wicke to come to our school was one of the best decisions I have made as English Co-ordinator.” (Fair Oak Juniors, Eastleigh)   “The perfect way to... > View Profile

Fiona Cummings

Fiona Cummings leads fun, interactive workshops. She shows how to build characters and storylines and shows the value of editing work (however painful that might be!) Fiona uses props and role-play to keep children stimulated and ensures that each child can participate in the... > View Profile

Sarah Hill, children’s author of the enchanting Whimsy Wood Family books

Sarah Hill leads inspirational assemblies, woodland-related literacy activities for Reception, Years 1 & 2 (KS1) and wonderfully whimsical creative writing workshops for Years 3,4,5 & 6 (KS2). Alternatively, you may prefer to arrange a Skype author visit with Sarah, as various... > View Profile

Other workshops you may be interested in:

 

Science: Fractal Dome

The Fractal Dome is a workshop and dome experience specially designed for schools, to support learning and development in maths, science and art.   The Fractal Dome programme takes place in a mobile dome with a 360 degree screen and also includes a workshop... > 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

History: Jolly Good Workshops for Schools

We offer a range of exciting educational workshops for Primary Schools: History Pirate Workshop Day Seaside in the Past / Victorian seaside Maths Magic Maths / Fun with Number We also cover Plants, Dance, Healthy Eating, Puppetry and Circus Skills > View Profile

INSET: I Love Salsa in Schools

I Love Salsa have been teaching Latin Dance and Fitness in primary and secondary schools from key stage 1 – 5 as part of the PE Curriculum for 6 years. The I Love Salsa in Schools programme inspires young people not interested in sport to engage in exercise, increase... > View Profile

Science: Meet A Creature

Meet A Creature's animal handling workshops bring the school science curriculum to life, allowing pupils to see - and feel - the differences between animal groups. Our fascinating collection includes reptiles, amphibians, mammals and insects and each has been... > View Profile