School Poetry Workshops in Birmingham

Here is a list of Poetry 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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Poetry: Times Tables

                                   BE PART OF THE PHENOMENOM! YOU HAVE TO SEE IT, FEEL IT.  THIS TRULY IS A... > View Profile

Poetry: Rap workshops - Rhyme and Shine

We deliver rap workshops all over the UK to help young people unlock their creativity and build their confidence.  Why book a rap workshop? Rap is an alternative way to teach literacy, poetic techniques and vocabulary through creative writing.  Learning to collaborate and... > View Profile

Poetry: Soundscape and Performance Poetry - UK Wide

Chiming perfectly with our belief that writing poetry offers pupils the perfect blend of freedom within structures, the theme of National Poetry Day 2017 is “Freedom”. And we’ve also adapted some of our most popular and successful poetry-writing workshops to explore aspects of... > View Profile

Poetry: Alan Durant: Poetry for Page and Performance

An award-winning author of eighty books for children - from picture books to teenage novels - I offer a range of lively and fun-filled creative writing workshops on prose and poetry for all ages. Sharing techniques and strategies that have helped me in my writing, my aim is... > View Profile

Poetry: Performance Poetry

Writing and performing high quality poetry is a real and valuable skill well within reach of all children in our primary schools. Inviting a professional children?s poet to work in school can be a fantastic opportunity for children and teachers alike to experience new ideas... > View Profile

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Early Years: Around the World with Stories and Song

The team at Tiny Tales can take you on a trip around the world through story using art, music, puppets, drama, music, poetry and fun! You might be dancing with hoola hoops, making your own musical instruments or creating your own stick puppet show! Our experiences... > View Profile

Art: Gakonga kenyan workshops

Kenfusion watercolour workshop Kenyan sunset melt into this watercolour workshop, colours fuse together producing work of outstanding colours and depth. Join Gakonga in this workshop to learn all the skills and techniques that he uses to create his vibrant art works that... > View Profile

School Speakers: Five Key Questions

We have a number of Motivational Workshops aimed at students who strive for academic excellence. Our enthusiastic facilitators empower students to set and accomplish goals, ensuring all participants achieve academic success and personal fulfillment from each motivational... > View Profile

Cooking: Munchkins Kids Cooking

Munchkins Kids Cooking was established in 2005 with the aim of 'getting kids exciting about cooking & eating healthy food!' Since then we have run 100's of workshops all over London and the South East for kids of all ages, as well as touring with the... > View Profile

Shakespeare: Shakespeare Rewired

"Surpassed all expectations, a fabulous day: the girls were interested and engaged throughout the whole experience" Fiona Mcwilliam, Claires Court, English Dept, Maidenhead Sky Blue's workshops are specially designed to engage young learners and are... > View Profile

Drumming: Creative workshops for schools

We are providing educational workshops for schools: singing, percussion, African and Brazilian drumming, music, performance, drama, dance, capoeira and creative arts. Trust us to find the right activity to engage and inspire your participants. Our team visits young people... > View Profile

Science: Incredible inventions Science workshop

CHOOSE FROM SIX INVENTIONS! A full day science workshop for Key Stage Two, investigating a choice of four inventions from a range of six as follows: from either the steam train, electric telegraph, photography, cars, aeroplanes or rockets. LAUNCH ROCKETS, POWER A... > View Profile

Diwali: Diya Painting Workshop

Diwali is a Hindu festival that is also known as the Festival of Lights. Synonymous to the festival are diya oil lamps, usually made from clay with a cotton wick dipped in ghee or vegetable oils. The lighting of a diya lamp in honor of Diwali is regarded as forcing light... > View Profile

PSHE: Learning about disability and difference

About our workshops We provide innovative, exciting and educational Primary and Secondary workshops, on disability and difference. Challenging outdated and often un-informed perceptions of disability, our workshops are specifically designed to engage children and young... > View Profile