School SEN Workshops in Birmingham

Here is a list of SEN 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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SEN: Explorer Dome hands-on Science

EXPLORER DOME is a portable planetarium visiting schools and colleges across the South West. Based in Bristol, and now with a second base in Birmingham, we present exciting, interactive shows on many different science topics which complement and enhance the National... > View Profile

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Holiday clubs: Camp Hud

Camp Hud is a great chance for boys and girls aged 7-12 to spend the Easter break, having fun, making new friends and learning new sports. The camp will include fun activities such as football, basketball, indoor tennis, badminton, team games, cinema, arts and crafts and many... > View Profile

Art: Northern Architecture

Northern Architecture’s Education Services offer innovative programmes that enable participants to develop the ability to understand and explore architecture. We believe that encouraging children and young people to look at, question and think creatively about their... > View Profile

Talking and Communicating: Barry Jackson - Effective Communication Skills

I am a member of the Professional Speaking Association, Toastmasters' International Speakers' Club and the Global Speakers' Federation; so helping youngsters to project themselves is one of my specialities. As regards Preparation for Work, the most popular... > View Profile

Music: Class Music Teachers

Education Group's School Music Teachers inspire children to love music. There is substantial evidence of the effectiveness of music in aiding learning. For young children in particular, music can be extremely valuable in enhancing personal, social and educational... > View Profile

Graffiti: Artz Academy

Creative workshops for schools and the community Artz Academy is the number one specialist in facilitating mural and graffiti workshops within schools, the community throughout the UK. We work with groups interactively to engage and inspire, creating a 'Big Arts'... > View Profile

History: A Day in History

Our Day in History Workshop gives schools the opportunity to enjoy visits from soldiers from very differing time periods. The day can be split in to different sessions, with classes having the option to either meet our WW1 solider Private William Arthur Elland or our... > View Profile

History: Egyptian Music and Dance, Ancient to Modern

The Nile School Shakers have nearly 20 years experience in schools bringing the topic of Egypt to life with its Egyptian Music & Dance workshops! The session begins with 30min presentation of dance and music in Egypt (Ancient & Modern) where instruments from ancient Egypt... > View Profile

World Culture: Sitar workshops in primary schools

Sitar workshops are a fantastic way to enhance a school studies on India on a stand alone subject or as part of a multi-cultural week. The workshops will provide opportunity to learn about the sitar whilst enriching the students musical knowledge and awareness. Workshops... > View Profile

History: Medieval Events

Medieval Life comes alive in the classroom. Meet our archer who will show the skill of the longbow ( can arrange for participants to shoot if required)or our barber surgeon who will explain medieval medicine in all its gory detail. Watch you fellow classmate be turned... > View Profile

PSHE: Politics, Government and Democracy Workshops

We offer FIVE fantastic workshops to engage, enthuse and educate students in the world of government, politics and democracy. These are interactive and engaging, as well as help to promote the SMSC, Citizenship and British Values provision for your students. Government For A... > View Profile

Shakespeare: Finding The Will

FINDING THE WILL works with children of all ages shaking up Shakespeare!  We lead interactive two hour workshops and week-long residencies in your school on six of Shakespeare's most well-loved plays: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet,... > View Profile

Saxons: Hands on Archaeology / History

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

History: Women of WW1

Our Women of World War One workshop follows a young woman on her journey through the long war years. Winifred Adams talks about her involvement in the Great War of 1914-18. She outlines the different roles of women during the war years and how it changed the outlook of the... > View Profile