School Black History Workshops in Birmingham

Here is a list of Black History School Workshops in Birmingham. Enquire here about any of these workshops or select one to view below. You may also search for a specific age group.

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Black History: Black History Month: Dan Tribe Mask Painting

Our Mask Making Workshop is a unique celebration of African art. Each child decorates their own wooden mask sculpted in the style of the Dan Tribe from Western Africa. As part of the workshop the children will learn about African art and how most African masks are... > View Profile

Black History: Rhythms of Africa

Using traditional African djembe drums, children create sounds and rhythms with each child having the opportunity to experience a feeling of unity as part of a drum circle. Children will also learn some traditional songs from Western Africa. Our Drumming... > 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

Black History: African Dance,Drumming and Folk tales

ADANTA uses dance and drumming workshops to engage young people from primary to secondary school age. We tailor the dance or drum workshop to meet the schools requirement or study theme. We develop the children for shows case or school production and we supply them with... > View Profile

Black History: Respecting Differences

Bringing Africa to the UK through songs, stories, videos, slides, dance, and costume. Workshops on Respecting Differences, Bullying. Promoting Tolerance, respect and celebrating diversity > View Profile

Black History: African Drumming, Dance and Music

Led by African dancer musician Seby Ntege,Drum arts Ngoma is an African performing arts organisation based in London run and managed by a group of professional African dancers and musicians. This means that all our artistic engagements in the school workshops, community... > View Profile

Black History: Agents of Change

Curriculum areas; English, Citizenship This workshop presents local and global case studies of people around the world who have taken action to improve the world we live in, using multi-media methodology. Perfect for exploring racial equality and Black History Month. Includes... > View Profile

Black History: African Activities

We are an established company having delivered high quality workshops and events to schools, charities, councils and organizations for over five years.  Our Ghanaian practitioners, arrive in national dress (just what we wear not a costume!) and we engage with students... > View Profile

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Drama and Theatre: Story Factory Workshop

Education Group’s Story Factory workshops captures the imagination of your children. Children are encouraged to develop characters culminating in dramatic performances delivered by the children. This is an extremely popular workshop during Anti Bullying Week or on World... > View Profile

Fitness: Just Gumboots

JUST GUMBOOTS INC. Gumboots Dancing--African Dancing--Gospel Initiation--Brazillian Percussions--Story Teller Our Workshops will: Raise Fitness Awareness Contribute to the Cultural Baggage and Brake racial barriers Boost Self-confidence and Inspire to reach greater... > View Profile

Music: Music Technology History Workshop

Northsidestudio has a wealth of fascinating historical knowledge regarding the recording industry. This has been packaged together into a captivating interactive workshop for secondary schools and colleges. Let our dynamic tutor take you on a journey through recording... > View Profile

Early Years: 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

Drumming: West African Drumming and Dance

Mandinka Roots have been teaching children and adults about West African culture, both in the UK and abroad, since 2005. Oumar Alex Sagna is originally from Senegal where he worked as an artiste for many years in several Dakar based companies. A skilled dancer and... > View Profile

INSET: Smarty Paints Pottery Painting & Craft Studio

  Smarty Paints Pottery Painting Studio We are a fun and creative pottery painting studio in Wandsworth, South London.  Pottery painting has been an art form since Ancient Greece and we enthusiastically continue this wonderful creative expression. We... > View Profile