School Poetry Workshops

Here is a list of School Poetry 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.

 

Pied Piper Drama Workshop

An interactive drama session that takes children through the whole story, using mime, freezes, improvisation, hotseating and meetings. Children work in role using lines and words from the poem to bring the Pied Piper story to life. The session encourages lively debate on making... > View Profile

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

Soundscape and Performance Poetry - UK Wide

Our poetry workshops are available all year round as well as on key annual events such World Poetry Day, World Book Day, National Poetry Day and Shakespeare Week. And don’t forget that it’s often possible to mix-and-match two or more workshops over one or more days! Workshops... > View Profile

Times Tables

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

Poetry For Primary

Fun workhsop using devised games, fun, humour and props to help children devise their own poetry. Use drama games, prompts and humour to infuse joy into teaching early literacy and a love of words. Suitable for EYFS, Key Stage 1, 2 and 3. Ask about a SEN Based... > View Profile

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

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

MISS LAKE CREATIVE WRITING POETRY WORKSHOPS

 LIVELY, FUN, CREATIVE  WRITING WORKSHOPS Inspirational, enriching, informative poetry workshops available for groups and classes of up to 30 individuals. They discuss, brainstorm, note down, do some drama, discuss, imagine and  then... > View Profile

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Storytelling: Sean Cooney Storyteller

I believe passionately in the power of storytelling to stimulate speaking, listening and motor skills in all children regardless of their background and to inspire creative writing across the curriculum and a life long sense of wonder and discovery 10 years experience... > View Profile

Drumming: Fab Drumming Workshops for Schools

FabDrumming workshops FabDrumming workshops are funky, inclusive, musical fun and suitable for all ages and abilities. We offer African Drumming, Junk Percussion, African Dancing and Gumboot Dancing workshops. Drumming has many benefits, it encourages creativity, self... > View Profile

History: Roman Tours School Visits

During the visit, a Soldier will arrive, as he did nearly 2,000 years ago, wearing his full armour and carrying his marching pack (impedimenta)when his legion invaded Britain in 43 A.D. All equipment worn, shown and demonstrated is copied from actual archaeological finds.... > View Profile

Holiday clubs: Holiday Club Eco Workshops

Green Up Your Act's range of hands-on eco workshops will ensure your club will run at full capacity and engage all age groups from 4-17. We brings environmental issues to life through stimulating discussions, engaging presentations and creative workshops for both primary and... > View Profile

Drumming: African Activities

We are an established company having delivered high quality workshops and events to schools, charities, councils and organizations for over five years.  Our Ghanaian practitioners, arrive in national dress (just what we wear not a costume!) and we engage with students... > 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