School Early Years Workshops

Here is a list of School Early Years 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.

 

Storytelling Adventures with Lilly and Larry

Now running Early Years Programmes, Parent Workshops! We have developed the Lilly and Larry Interactive Storytelling Adventures to support learning and bridge the attainment gap in a way that is creative, fun and stress free.  Complying with Early Learning Goals and... > View Profile

Dramabuds

At dramabuds we specialise in providing imaginative drama classes and workshops exclusively for children aged 2 – 6 years old. We offer schools, nurseries and early years settings, regular weekly classes, themes workshops, after school clubs, end of term drama... > View Profile

Storytelling With Song

Listen to traditional songs and stories from around the world with an interractive performance and then learn to create your own beautiful pieces of performance from everyday events.  Choose from: AROUND THE WORLD WITH STORIES AND SONGS Traditional and cultural... > View Profile

Helicopter Stories: Letting Imagination Fly

For Early Years we have our specialised, unique and exclusive programme, Helicopter Stories: Letting Imagination Fly, based on the Storytelling and Story Acting curriculum of Vivian Gussin Paley, our patron. Although simple in essence the approach has been demonstrated to... > View Profile

Wild Workshops

Lively 'Minibeast and more' workshops for FS to Y6. Hands-on, well paced sessions with a charismatic, well-pitched approach guaranteed to enthuse children about the living world around them. Sessions delivered by experienced practictioner Steven Lewis-Neill... > View Profile

Phonics with Little Stars Education

Little Stars Education offers interactive, engaging and exciting workshops focused on different aspects of letters and sounds. From Nursery to Year 2 whatever Phase of phonics we have the workshop for you. This may be to begin a phonics block, to end a phonics phase or to add... > View Profile

Early Years Animal Experience

Pre-school children can meet a range of our animals in this simple, sensory presentation. They are encouraged to touch and stroke the animals, feeling new textures such as a strong shiny tortoise shell and a smooth, scaly snake. We also talk about how animals can feel hurt... > View Profile

Around the World with Stories and Song

The team at Tiny Tales can take you on a trip around the world through story using art, music, puppets, drama, music, poetry and fun! You might be dancing with hoola hoops, making your own musical instruments or creating your own stick puppet show! Our experiences... > View Profile

Early Years Music and Movement

Our Creative Early Years programmes use a combination of singing (songs from around the word), percussion playing, story-telling, movement and composing to positively impact on crucial aspects of early childhood development. Our method is tested and adapted through many... > View Profile

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Indian: Indian Dance Workshop

Our range of Indian dance style, from elegant classical dances to the more exuberant Bollywood bring the vibrancy of the subcontinent in to your school and offers children the opportunity to build on their natural enthusiasm for movement and develop skills of coordination... > View Profile

Storytelling: Author - Miriam Moss

Primary: Large interactive storytelling sessions Smaller class-based creative writing workshops Talking about books Deep Learning/Spectacular starts: Ice and Fire, Africa, Great Barrier Reef Secondary: Creative writing workshops on Short Fiction From Picture Books to... > View Profile

INSET: Singtastic Science

Singtastic Science workshops are delivered by award-winning songwriter/educator David Haines. David is nothing if not flexible and will design his visits to match your individual aims and objectives. Despite the workshop title, they don't even have to be... > View Profile

INSET: Freddy Macha

Tanzanian writer and multi-instrumentalist musician, Freddy Macha, hails from Kilimanjaro, highest mountain in Africa. Based in London he has been journalist and columnist in both Swahili and English languages for many decades. Recently his voice has been heard... > View Profile

Drama and Theatre: Blackpool Circus School

Blackpool Circus School was formed by retired Circus Artistes and the teachers now also include ex students who are qualified as teaching assistants in Primary Schools. All projects will be considered from taster sessions to term long after school clubs, these would... > View Profile