School Online Workshops in Birmingham for KS5 Age 16-18

Here is a list of School Online Workshops in Birmingham for KS5 Age 16-18. Enquire here about any of these workshops or select one to view below.

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World War One: World War 1: A Soldier's Life

Your students will join Sergeant Tommy Anderson on a workshop they will never forget, as Tommy trains them to be soldiers in order to join the war effort. This workshop will allow the students to discover what life was like for a soldier in World War 1 through a series of... > View Profile

Cooking: Cookery Workshops

Give your pupils The Cookery Effect – our in-school D&T cookery workshops showing primary school children that there’s a lifetime of healthy and delicious food at their fingertips. Carefully planned to integrate D&T Cookery & Nutrition learning... > View Profile

Science: Bio Dome

Bio Dome is designed to explore science, biology, oceanography and geography in an interactive way. The Bio Dome visits schools and clubs, providing an additional science resource and presenting an immersivedome and mobile planetarium to children.   We provide... > View Profile

Animals: Learn about provenance of food and sustainability

We focus on educating children around where food comes from and sustainability. Topics include: learning about the journey of food from the farm to the plate, cooking skills, the sustainability agenda and environmental awareness, animal welfare and healthy living. The... > View Profile

Animals: Birdman - Bringing Science Alive!

The primary purpose of our visit is to stimulate the pupils interest in the marvels of nature and make them aware of how important it is to conserve wildlife and the habitat that supports all living creatures, including themselves. Pupils will be treated to an amazing... > View Profile

Animals: Janette Taylor

We specialize in taking minature rare and minority breeds of farm and petting animals into nurseries and primary schools. > View Profile

Prehistoric: Dinosaur Dome with 3D

Dinosaur Dome is designed to explore science, geology and geography in an interactive way through an immersive dome and mobile planetarium. The Dome visits schools and clubs, providing an additional science resource and presenting a different learning experience to... > 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

Maths: Bubbly Maths - Fun Maths Workshops and Shows

Imagine making maths fun using soap bubbles, balloons and a clown. Picture your children visualising complex 3D shapes, followed by estimating the width of your hall, then "guessing" how many people would fit inside a cubic metre. Imagine their glee when they get to climb... > View Profile

World Book Day: Storytelling and Author Visit with Rebecca Colby

Rebecca Colby is a children’s picture book author and poet. She is also a former librarian and a qualified primary teacher with experience of speaking to large groups of children. A list of her standard workshops follow, however, she is always willing to work with a... > View Profile

INSET: Active Drumming

Fun rhythm activities for all size groups - no previous musical ability required! Drumming Workshops Boomwhackers Drum Circles Body Percussion INSET Team building Watch our School Drumming Teacher Feedback Video All our workshops... > 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

Problem Solving: Bubbly Maths

Imagine making maths fun using soap bubbles, balloons and a clown. Picture your children visualising complex 3D shapes, followed by estimating the width of your hall, then "guessing" how many people would fit inside a cubic metre. Imagine their glee when they get to... > View Profile

Food and Drink: The Fun Food Chef

The Fun Food Chef is so much more than just cooking! Yes we offer fun, educational cooking workshops to Primary and Secondary schools and youth organisations, however they are delivered with the vim and vigour you demand as part of modern teaching of... > View Profile