School Tudors Workshops

Here is a list of School Tudors 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.

 

The Tudors - The Court of Henry VIII

  During this Drama Hut workshop the children will meet Margery Horsman, a Maid of Honor in the royal household of King Henry VIII. Being in service throughout Henry’s reign, she is somewhat of an expert in court etiquette and certainly has a tale or two to tell. During... > View Profile

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Art: Drawing and Painting Workshops.

John Tyson is an artist and drawing tutor who works with schools in East Sussex.   Claire Tyson is a teacher researcher who works with him. John works with students, parents and staff on a flexible basis to suit your requirements.  He can take a whole class for... > View Profile

Drama and Theatre: Shaun Aspinall - Theatre Practitioner and Performance Poet.

Engaging young people with the arts Shaun is a trained drama facilitator and workshop provider. He has over four year’s experience of engaging children in the west midlands with projects that enable them to make lasting change to themselves and their local community. Shaun... > View Profile

Vikings: Vikings: Explorers, raiders & traders

Our Viking workshop centres on the Vikings’ explorations around the world, the countries they travelled to and invaded and what life was like for them.  The costumed character is a Viking mariner who brings along a model of a Viking ship, (82cms long) to demonstrate.  The... > View Profile

Academy Celebration: Get Smart Films

Get Smart Films provides film/ media production and analysis workshops for London schools.  Through our innovative approach to the Creative Curriculum we provide fun workshops and rigorous learning - raising attainment levels while the children have a great time! The... > View Profile

History: Viking & Saxon Workshops

               Our workshops are designed to relate to key stage 2 of the History National Curriculum which states pupils should learn about the Viking and Anglo-Saxon struggle for the Kingdom of England to the time of Edward the Confessor, to include Viking raids and invasions,... > View Profile

Black History: No Dinner For Anansi

Live-literaure, storytelling and oral tradition are an important part of every culture and have been largely instrumental in allowing history and traditional literature to be passed down in a way that is accessible for all members of the community. The ability to recal,... > View Profile

Science: The Wild Roadshow

The Wild Roadshow is proud to present the wonderful world of animals to children aged 3-16. Our unique and exciting roadshows, which include curriculum-based topics and are hosted by highly knowledgeable presenters, allow for hands-on interaction with friendly animals,... > View Profile

Indian: Yogakids

An introduction to yoga including breathing exercises, meditation, yoga postures and guided relaxation. > View Profile

STEM: Climate Justice Champions

Let’s combat climate change together! This creative workshop challenges pupils to create floating gardens, making use of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills. The workshop demonstrates how small, innovative solutions can make big differences to... > View Profile

Animation: Animation For Education

Fun, hands on animation workshops for students of all ages and abilites or teacher training days for building teams and discoveing the potential of bringing key areas of the curriculum to life using animation. We have all the equipment, materails and resources needed, all... > View Profile

Shakespeare: Shakespeare Workshop - Macbeth

Theatre Workshop is celebrating 25 years of touring primary schools with CREATE HISTORY WORKSHOPS. www.theatreworkshop.co.uk MACBETH The workshop tells the story of the play and involves students in key moments, examining the plot and recreating some of the relevant... > View Profile

Holiday clubs: Camp Hud

Camp Hud is a great chance for boys and girls aged 7-12 to spend the Easter break, having fun, making new friends and learning new sports. The camp will include fun activities such as football, basketball, indoor tennis, badminton, team games, cinema, arts and crafts and many... > View Profile

INSET: 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 children could be... > View Profile