School Didgeridoo workshops Workshops

Here is a list of School Didgeridoo workshops 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.

 

INTERACTIVE DIDGERIDOO WORKSHOP

A didgeridoo workshop that facilitates an interactive, inspiring and educational experience aimed at young people from year one to sixth form. Having been taught didgeridoo in Australia and now based in the West Midlands, sessions are conducted by a musician with over 20 years... > View Profile

didgeridoo workshop

Children’s Didgeridoo Workshops An exciting opportunity for children to discover, learn and experience one of the oldest woodwind instruments in the world! We are offering our professional services to run Didgeridoo Workshops within your school. Based in Gravesham,... > View Profile

Didgeridoo and Australia / Aborigines

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... > View Profile

Didgeridoo Sound Therapy and Aussie Workshops

Gregg Chapman (AKA The Didgeridoo Man) is an Australian born professional didgeridoo player living in the UK.  Gregg delivers didgeridoo sound therapy and Aussie workshops for all age groups from main stream and special needs schools.   Aussie Workshops Aussie... > View Profile

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PSHE: Learn By Design

Learn By Design offers educational workshops in the following areas: STEM, Science, Numeracy and the Environment Enterprise, Key Skills and Gifted and Talented PSHE and Sport Our PSHE workshops consist of a range of interactive sessions which... > View Profile

Saxons: A Handy Guide to Survive a Viking Raid

A  Have you ever stopped to think what it would be like to be a monk at Lindisfarne monastery? To try and survive the very first Viking Raid? ?Have you ever considered how it would feel to stand shoulder to shoulder with King Alfred the Great to face the Great Heathen Army... > View Profile

Circus Skills: Circus Sensible Circus Workshops

  A Circus Skills workshop is a great addition to any event,  whether it’s in one of our beautiful Circus tents or not.   Circus skills appeal to children AND adults.  A highly visual attraction and a chance for people of all ages... > View Profile

Art: Northern Architecture

Northern Architecture’s Education Services offer innovative programmes that enable participants to develop the ability to understand and explore architecture. We believe that encouraging children and young people to look at, question and think creatively about their... > View Profile

Black History: IROKO Theatre Company

IROKO Theatre Company, winner of The Guardian Charity Award for “its innovative approach to education”, is a theatre-in-education Company. The Company uses interactive performances and/or workshops in the art of oral storytelling, music, drama, dance, arts and craft... > View Profile

Preparation For Work: Drama For Social Skills - Preparing for Work

A fun and practical workshop to help you to be able to understand your social and communication style within a workplace setting and that might affect your job prospects. Working on the drama based principle of status in combination with Eric Berne's games people... > View Profile

Science: The Science of Doctor Who

Aliens and time machines, cyborgs and Daleks, utopias and killer computers: take a journey through the fantastic worlds of Doctor Who. With raps, facts, and lots of laughs, author Mark Brake and tv presenter Jon Chase explore the science of space, time,... > View Profile

Storytelling: John Kirk Storyteller and Drama Facilitator

John leads drama workshops and performance workshops across the country. He works with groups of all ages and can link his drama work to most curriculum areas, especially helping to boost literacy attainment. I offer performance workshops relating to literacy, heritage... > View Profile

Shakespeare: Shakespeare Theatre Shows and Drama Workshops

Here at Act On Info we love Shakespeare and in particular we love helping young people to understand just why Shakespeare’s plays are still relevant today. Love and hate, magic and the supernatural, tricks and jokes, murder and madness, what’s not to love about Shakespeare and... > View Profile

Ancient World: British Prehistory - Stone / Bronze / Iron

Bring history to life with an educational experience to be remembered! We present a timeline between 6500BC and 60AD and the changes that occurred to people living in England. Suitable for all age groups and presented in a fun and informative way. Children react very well... > View Profile