School Puzzle Workshops

Here is a list of School Puzzle 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.

 

Team Building - working together to achieve more

Team building is said to have benefits of self-development, positive communication, leadership skills and the ability to work closely together as a team to solve problems. Our team building sessions are a great way for both children and teachers to learn different... > View Profile

Problem Solving Skills Workshops

Problem-solving skills are the foundation of all areas of knowledge, such as mathematics, science and the arts. Our problem solving sessions are suitable from Reception children right through to working with the teachers at your school. Using our specially created soft play... > View Profile

the 7puzzle experience

For over 10 years, Paul Godding has been delivering his ever-popular workshops in schools throughout the UK using an excellent range of maths-related board games, card games and puzzles. Having also recently devised his own range of games, the students participating in... > View Profile

The Problem Solving Company

The Problem Solving Company  has been visiting schools schools since 2007  providing  maths workshops  for Foundation stage through to KS3.  We aim for our activities to be participated in within small groups, to achieve maximum particpation... > View Profile

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Dance: Rakhi Sood's School of Performing Arts

Rakhi Sood Is a Professional Artist, Teacher, Performer, Choreographer, Model & Actress. She has already begun to establish a reputation for the quality of the tuition offered and the original and innovative methods employed. Rakhi Sood has kept her burning passion... > View Profile

Black History: IROKO Theatre Company

IROKO Theatre Company, winner of The Guardian Charity Award for “its innovative approach to education”, is a theatre-in-education Company. The Company uses interactive performances and/or workshops in the art of oral storytelling, music, drama, dance, arts and craft... > View Profile

Art: Splat Creative

SPLAT brings the curriculum to life with inspiring workshops that can be tailor-made to support your own themed activities in school. SPLAT run whole week, full day or half day workshops suitable for whole classes or smaller groups. Children can build large, impressive... > View Profile

Carnival: Mask Making

Learn about the different techniques in mask making with Sarah Jane Palmer. Sarah has trained at the Mask Academy in the U.k and at the Commedia De'll Arte School in Italy and has 12 years experience delivering workshops for both adults and children of all ages. Depending on... > View Profile

Prehistoric: Ammonites in clay

Not all schools have kilns or an experienced ceramicist to facilitate high quality clay workshops. Creative Clay For All can bring the clay workshops to you giving the children an opportunity to experience clay. Children will explore textures in clay and learn traditional... > View Profile

Drumming: Joodoo Drums

Joodoo Drums provide unforgettable interactive drumming workshops for school children of all ages in three main styles: African Drumming : Every child receives a Djembe and we learn traditional African rhythms Brazilian Samba : Each class is turned into a Samba orchestra... > View Profile

Puppet: Sock Puppet Making and Puppeteering for Television

Sock Puppet Making and Puppeteering Workshops. Lipsinc capable Television style Puppets. 1 Day combined Puppet Making and Puppeteering Workshops for Primary Schools though and HE. The 1 Day Workshop Schedule is usually Puppet Making in the Morning with on Screen Puppeteering... > View Profile

INSET: I Love Salsa in Schools

I Love Salsa have been teaching Latin Dance and Fitness in primary and secondary schools from key stage 1 – 5 as part of the PE Curriculum for 6 years. The I Love Salsa in Schools programme inspires young people not interested in sport to engage in exercise, increase... > View Profile

World War Two: Author's WWII Workshop - From Dunkirk to DDay

Studying World War Two at Key Stage Two? Then this is the perfect workshop to enhance pupils' learning, covering the years 1940-1945.  The Workshop begins at Dunkirk in 1940, with the School Hall transformed to replicate the beaches. From here, the children are separated into... > 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