School Victorians Workshops

Here is a list of School Victorians 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.

 

Victorian Workshop

Create History Workshops for Ks1 & KS2 The VICTORIAN WORKSHOP THEATRE WORKSHOP celebrate 25 years of touring schools. Programme The experienced facilitator will arrive at you school and will set up a pop-up theatre in the hall.  Dressed in costume the facilitator... > View Profile

Victorian Punch and Judy

Christopher Somerville (Mr. Bimbamboozle) is North Wales' best loved and most experienced children's entertainer. During term time he offers specialist Punch and Judy and puppet workshops in schools while his children's show combining Magic and Punch & Judy provides a delightful... > View Profile

Victorian Inventions Workshops

Victorian inventions workshops in the comfort of your own school.   In the most original Victorian workshop in the UK today, pupils investigate a wide range of genuine Victorian inventions, such as Cameras, household items, typewriters, sewing machines, Great Exhibition... > View Profile

Victorians

The interactive introductory talk covers the expanding British Empire and Britain’s role in developing trade around the world in Victoria’s long reign. Norwich High School for Girls – “Super day! - really enjoyed by the children. Plenty of... > View Profile

Hands on History and Archaeology

HANDS ON HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS All the sessions provide a hands-on investigative approach to history – essential to historical enquiry and understanding – and are fun too! They enhance and support learning in the classroom, bringing the... > View Profile

A Day In Victorian Britain

Behold The Victorian Age! Allow our Victorian Gent. Mr Brigham Esq. join you for a day, and experience Victorian Britain first hand. Particularly useful for KS2 History Curriculum, however our classes can be modelled for any age group. Our Multi-Curricular Classes... > View Profile

The Victorians

The Drama Hut offers  a wide range of workshops, creating a unique learning experience for your school. During our Vicorian workshop, travel back in time to meet with Sara Louise Elmslie, the wife of Dr Thomas Barnardo who helped set up the first children’s home in Victorian... > View Profile

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Earth Science: Palaeoquest Earth Science Workshops

Earth Science Workshops: Investigate rocks, fossils and evolution in your own classroom through a series of NC-linked, hands-on and engaging activities. Find out what rocks are made of, how they change, and how their different properties make them vital to many aspects of our... > View Profile

Songwriting: Guitar Access

Guitar Access can deliver a range of music based workshops including music technology, songwriting, guitar tuition, understanding World Music. Workshops are delivered by UK guitarist John Ellis who has worked with major UK acts including Peter Gabriel, The Stranglers etc. > View Profile

INSET: Chinese Cultural Workshops

Our interactive workshops give a unique opportunity to experience Chinese culture and builds up knowledge and appreciation of Worldwide culture.  The workshops are also a great enhancement to the multi-cultural curriculum.  Our workshops are tailor made for your... > View Profile

Storytelling: Queen of Stories

Queen of Stories -  Jenny Connatty Primary teacher Professional storyteller Originator of the exciting Storytelling Awards Scheme A free Storytelling Session for your school or organisation! Entertainment for 3 - 103 year olds, or as a skill to support... > View Profile

Animals: Exotic Animal Encounters

Specialising in living education, We bring your chance to experience the wonder of the animal kingdom. With our hugely diverse animal groups we provide an experience that is hands on, interactive and educational. With the animals we bring and the knowledge we provide, this... > View Profile

Robotics: Hands-on Robotics Workshops

We offer workshops throughout Scotland where children aged 4-14 years learn what a robot is, build a robot and learn to program their robot to perform various tasks and respond to a sensor. This is suitable for KS1 and KS2. They also have an opportunity to interact with an... > View Profile

Motivation: Raise aspirations, improve work ethic and motivate students

Boost your students' motivation, work ethic and career aspiration Do your students fail to appreciate the value of school and the importance of hard work and persistence? So many of the children and young people we work with expect 'jam today': success through fast... > View Profile