Storytelling

A Storytelling school trip can pique an interest or enthusiasm for reading from a young age, which is clearly very important for any child’s development. Through reading children can be open to learn about life and the world around them through an engaging and exciting story regardless of age or ability. Reading can help promote an understanding of traditions and cultural differences and has been proven over time, to help a listener develop empathy within by considering our own actions and reactions to things and others. A storytelling event school trip can be especially useful for children ranging from nursery to Key stage 1 to Key stage 4 ages, developing pupils’ competence with literacy and core language across the school curriculum, encouraging imagination, art, creativity, and also helping with focus and social skills as they listen to others and learn the patience to let others speak.


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As the books were still being released while the films were being made, the production crew saved many of the iconic sets, props & costumes that were created especially for the films - just in case they were ever needed later on in the series. 
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The Pines Garden Coastal Forest School Dover, Perfect for your schools outdoor environment learning such as tree, plant, mammal & insect identification, dead hedging, basket making, bushcraft, camp building, Woodland, meadow and hedgerow biodiversity.
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Wildlife park for British animals only, past & present, set in an ancient coppiced woodland. The education team uses both the animal collection (including wolves, lynx, owls, deer, wild boar, bison, badgers, elk & reindeer) & the woodland for teaching.
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Offering curriculum linked activities on a working farm with in the beautiful surroundings of Bodenham Arboretum. All key stages catered for with experiential learning, developing inquisitive & positive relationships within the natural  environment. 
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With more years’ experience between us than we can count, specialising in bringing Viking & Anglo Saxon costumed historical interpreters into schools, museums & community groups to run activities around the Viking & Anglo Saxon conquests of Britain. 
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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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An exciting, award winning Schools Programme built around the History Curriculum for Wales, Cwricwlwm Cymreig and the Literacy & Numeracy framework. Our engaging, hands-on approach aims to bring history to life in a meaningful way.
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A visit to The Postal Museum supports learning across the curriculum for all key stages, from EYFS, key stages 1 – 5 and SEN groups.
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At the Imagination Lab London, students have the opportunity to explore new ideas, invent new products and build new skills for the future through events, workshops and skills camps.
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The Ancient Technology Centre offers visiting groups the opportunity to learn and experience first-hand the skills and crafts that our ancient and not so distant ancestors practised.
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Located within beautiful woodland and countryside, Norman Court provides an enjoyable school trip experience, teaching children how to build survival shelters and take part in team challenge command tasks.
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At the Household Cavalry Museum you?ll discover the secrets and stories of the Queen's Life Guard, who have guarded the Sovereign since the time of Charles II (over 350 years).
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