School Dinosaur Workshops

Here is a list of School Dinosaur 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.

 

T-Rex School Visit

The Tyrannosaurus Rex was one of the most fearsome meat eaters of the Cretaceous age- 66 million years ago! It means King of the Tyrant lizards in ancient Greek and a full grown one could weigh up to seven tons! Meet our baby Tyrannosurus Rex, just seven years old approaching... > View Profile

Paleontological Excavation in your School

The Dinosaur Workshop brings prehistoric life into your school, taking your children back millions of years to discover the wonder of the dinosaurs. Children become part of a paleontological excavation site, locating and identifying replica fossils from some of the most iconic... > View Profile

Portals to the Past

Ancient Greek Olympic workshops now available in addition to regular workshops. Meet a Greek warrior on his way to Mount Olympus who will lead the children on a journey through the Ancient games. Portals to the Past specialises in providing entertaining and... > View Profile

Travelling Natural History Museum

We curate dinosaur and natural history-themed exhibitions and events and create exciting dinosaur workshops for schools with our Extensive collection of historical artefacts, fossils and LIFE SIZE REPLICAS. The largest Travelling Natural History collection in the UK! Now... > View Profile

Creative dinosaur and fossil workshops

  "our pupils left school buzzing and full of enthusiasm about fossils and dinosaurs' Schoolasaurus provides a unique dinosaur experience with a professional palaeontologist that comes to your school. Aimee is a 28 year old professional palaeontologist and artist based in... > View Profile

Dinosaur Workshops

Dinosaurs are a fascination for children.  Now you can bring the excitement of dinosaurs to your school.  Our dinosaur workshops feature selected exhibits from our museum in Hull in an interactive, hands-on experience. Bring dinosaurs to your school! > View Profile

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

Dinosaurs

Graham Woollard has an infectious enthusiasm for all things prehistoric from the earth’s primordial past to the emergence of modern man and has been inspiring children and teachers for over decade. He has a vast collection of scale model dinosaurs and real fossils,... > View Profile

Dinosaur Dome Workshops

Dinosaur Dome is designed to explore science, geology and geography in an interactive way through an immersive dome and mobile planetarium. The Dome visits schools and clubs, providing an additional science resource and presenting a different learning experience to... > View Profile

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Healthy Schools: Dean The Art Wizard (Artwork, Sculpture & Animation)

Dean Is The Only Practitioner Within The UK Who Assists Pupils Design Healthy Eating Superheroes Or Create Junkfood Villains. Each Design Is Then Created Into Sculptures.   Your Pupils Will Then Create A Storyboard & Write About Their Very Own Superhero Or... > View Profile

Earth Science: Rocks and Fossils workshops

Rocks To Schools offers themed workshops with activities for primary schools children. Topics covered include:     The formation of Rocks and Fossils     Fossil Food... > View Profile

Archery: Archery for Schools

We coach archery to primary and secondary school pupils aged from 7 to 18 years within the guidelines recommended by Archery GB. We can provide a teaching programme to suit your school’s needs or deliver our standard Beginner’s and Skills Development courses. These can be run... > 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

Science: The Animal Roadshow

Educational sessions (presentations and workshops) involving a wide variety of living specimens of different species, all of which are friendly, tame, handleable and entirely trustworthy. All sessions are delivered by a qualified, professional educator who has full (enhanced)... > View Profile