School Workshops

Providing a comprehensive list of fun and inspiring school workshop providers who will travel to your school location up and down the UK to provide high quality, fun and interactive group sessions to primary, secondary schools, colleges and educational groups. These workshop providers can range from any curriculum topic such as music, dance, architecture, history, science to circus skills, storytelling, media, food and making things.


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Fun Science workshops are available to primary schools and include a variety of ways of teaching curriculum science that may be beyond the scope of usual science lessons.
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The Code Show brings a historical computing roadshow straight into your classroom! This workshop is perfect for any classes studying technology or the history of it.
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Bigfoot Workshops provide students with new and exciting ways to learn. Whether you're looking for creative workshops, interactive assemblies or training courses that help both students and teachers to enrich their learning, Bigfoot will provide it.
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A museum that visits you! An exhibition or workshop that can easily be adapted to your venue & time scale & will give you access to the UK’s LARGEST, BIGGEST & BEST travelling collection of fossils & replicas. Look no further – we are AMAZING.
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Our workshops are super hands-on, engaging & fun but they are packed full of curriculum. Celebrating our 15th year, we have brought the curriculum to life for almost 1 million children, teaching them about their bodies through our multi-sensory activities
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Circus Sensible provide Circus skills workshops, circus based entertainment and other workshops (Drum and dance in particular) to primary schools all over the UK.
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Immersive Experiences is the UK's multi-award-winning immersive learning/entertainment outreach provider, reaching a record breaking 200,000 people a year.
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