School ICT Workshops in Birmingham

Here is a list of ICT 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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ICT: Club on Advanced Robotics

Our Advanced Robotics Club is great for building and programming using LEGO® bricks. During the 1.5 hours Club we will take student to the adventure through countless robots (such as color sorting robots, exploring bots and much more). Our journey could not be completed without... > View Profile

ICT: FUZE Coding Workshops

FUZE specialises in teaching text based coding from age seven and above. Classes can be up to 30 students. We bring 15 sets of the FUZE Workstation with monitors and all the required accessories. We simply require enough tables and chairs to allow for up to 30 students.... > View Profile

ICT: Mobile App Development Workshop

We offer mobile app and game development workshops to schools around the country.  Our workshop is based around pupils designing and building their own mobile apps. We create real mobile apps that could theoretically be sold on the Google Play Store the same day.... > View Profile

ICT: Mediable

Founded by former Radio 1 DJ Wes Butters, Mediable's an award-winning company that brings the school curriculum to life through media. Our workshops, led by media professionals such as Bob the Builder animators, Heart radio and CBBC TV presenters, games designers and... > View Profile

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Illustrator: Dean The Art Wizard (Artwork, Character Design & Sculpture)

Dean Creates Large Scale Time-Lapse Recycled Artworks/Sculptures Or He Assists Pupils Create Amazing Charater Designs & Assists Pupils Create Illustrated Written Stories.  During the past 5 years Dean has helped schools create a number of environmentally freindly... > View Profile

Puppet: Sock Puppet Making and Puppeteering for Television

Sock Puppet Making and Puppeteering Workshops. Lipsinc capable Television style Puppets. 1 Day combined Puppet Making and Puppeteering Workshops for Primary Schools though and HE. The 1 Day Workshop Schedule is usually Puppet Making in the Morning with on Screen Puppeteering... > View Profile

History: Stone Age to Iron Age hands on workshop

How would you like to become an archaeologist for the day?  Children excavate real artefacts and create their own group museum, learning about changes from Stone Age to Iron Age and lots of new vocabulary along the way. We then experience different technologies such as... > View Profile

Drama and Theatre: 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

Team Building: Problem Solving & Thinkings Skills Workshop

Problem-solving skills are the foundation of all areas of knowledge, such as mathematics, science and the arts. Our problem solving sessions are suitable from Reception children right through to working with the teachers at your school. Using our specially created soft play... > View Profile

World War Two: WW2 Home Front Workshop

Our unique WW2 Home front workshop looks at life on the home front through the unusual format of crime. The students can step into the past by donning costumes, such as an ARP wardens helmet & overalls, Housewife pinne or Home Guard uniform.  All are given... > View Profile

Art: Proeducation - Bringing Science Alive

After 15 years in thousands of schools,and having worked with Institutions such as Glaxo, The Institite of Education, The RSC and The BBC, Dr Jasmine Pradissitto, artist and physicist and Julie Heap, chemist can provide an array of inspirational and creative shows and... > View Profile

Storytelling: Storytelling workshops

A weaver of tales to ignite your imagination Stories have the power to inspire, enthrall and enchant people of all ages. A good story well told is worth a million books. As a storyteller I engage the audience, take them to magical worlds, fill their ears with words and... > View Profile

Learning outside: Numeracy & Literacy Workshops for Schools

Designed to enhance your learning programme, our Maths & English workshops will engage and motivate your learners. Using oversized resources, our workshop sessions are effective at raising levels of understanding, developing problem solving skills and... > View Profile

Author: Sarah Hill, children’s author of the enchanting Whimsy Wood Family books

Sarah Hill leads inspirational assemblies, woodland-related literacy activities for Reception, Years 1 & 2 (KS1) and wonderfully whimsical creative writing workshops for Years 3,4,5 & 6 (KS2). Alternatively, you may prefer to arrange a Skype author visit with Sarah, as various... > View Profile