School Outdoors Workshops

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

 

Frostbitten - Turning Trial into Triumph

  I’m Mr Frostbite. Let me take you on an incredible journey. Mountaineering is a passion. It’s something I love, but it has cost me dear. My story may not be unique, but it’s something I want to pass on to the world at large, in my role as an... > View Profile

Outdoor Education Activities from Moving Mountains

At Moving Mountains we have a passion for getting young people outdoors. We strongly believe in the importance of learning a range of outdoor skills, and in spending time outside of the classroom. Outdoor Learning has been shown to improve physical and mental health, as well as... > View Profile

Forest school/ story telling/ outdoor play

Twiggles Explorers can run forest school sessions in your setting and/ or one off outdoor sessions to suite your curriculum needs.  Also available: -Outdoor story telling sessions- based on your curriculum needs -outdoor play sessions CPD sessions for staff to help... > View Profile

Treasure of the Seaside

New Seaside based Workshop. Called, The Treasure of the Seaside. It has been developed with Marcus Clarke FRSA an Exhibiting Fine Artists latest Art Exhibition RSM Sheringham which will Tour Art Galleries in the Midlands, Norfolk, Canada and USA. What happens? We come to you... > View Profile

Outdoor activities from On Targett Events

On Targett Events Ltd are a mobile activity provider, specialising in corporate, social and school groups. So, whether your looking to brighten up a school sports day, or provide a memorable enrichment or integration day, our adventurous activities could be the answer.  We... > View Profile

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STEM: The CODE Show

We are a travelling computing roadshow. We have over 350 historical computers demonstrating how Britain adopted the computer in business and in the home celebrating the 1980's home computer boom,Giving children (and teachers) hands on access to this historical hardware learning... > View Profile

Animation: Animate and Educate

We  provide fun and exciting bespoke animation or film workshops that ignite the imgination and creativity as well as providing a great interactive platform for learning. Our Workshops are based around themes & events: We design and deliver programmes that engage young people... > View Profile

Vikings: History

Theatre Workshop celebrates 25 years of touring Primary Schools in the UK. The Saxon & The Viking workshop is suitable for Ks1 & Ks2. The experienced facilitator will arrive at your school with a pop-up theatre.  She will be performing short scenes from Saxon & Viking... > View Profile

Talking and Communicating: Journalism for Schools

Journalism for Schools offer an interactive workshop to students of all ages, brought to you by Sally Hunt, an award-winning journalist with 25 years of experience reporting and writing for newspapers and magazines. She is also the Editor of an upmarket lifestyle... > View Profile

Prehistoric: Stone Age to Iron Age workshop

A DAY OF PREHISTORIC FUN IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR SCHOOL! Welcome to our Stone Age to Iron Age school workshop, bringing the history of the three periods of the Stone Age as well as the Bronze and Iron Ages alive in your primary school with a series of fun and exciting... > View Profile

INSET: Learning Through Stories

Stories are one of the most powerful educational tools you have. We run a range of workshops for teachers and early years practitioners to help you unlock the power of stories. We run the workshops in schools, nurseries and local authority settings. Workshops include: NEW... > View Profile

Creative writing: Professional Playwright - Chris Leicester

“It takes me two years to write a play, let’s write yours in two hours.” This is my challenge to the students in my workshops – which they love! "My latest play Hurricane Hill opened at the Unity Theatre in Liverpool in October last year.... > View Profile

History: Ancient Egypt - Cartouche Painting

In the early days of ancient Egypt, Kings and important people, encircled their name (written in hieroglyphics) with a design that we now call a cartouche. This cartouche was an oval circle and looked rather like a nameplate. Around the design was a picture of a rope, tied at... > View Profile

Art: Mural Making

I specialise in producing large scale art in schools, colleges, kindergartens, day centres etc, with the adults and children. Where possible we work outside, the combination of this and painting on such a large scale invigorates, stimulates and liberates people. Raising... > View Profile