Pupils develop their problem solving, presentation and team work skills through participating in one of our workshops. Workshops support the growth of self - esteem and  self- confidence, supporting pupils in developing a growth mindset alongside enhancing specific subject or topic skills and knowledge.

Have a specific element of a topic you would like us to cover or focus on? - No problem!

Have specific pupil needs? – No problem!

Want us to support your pupils in developing skills and remembering key knowledge and vocabulary while having fun? – Great, it’s what we are good at!

Each workshop is designed specifically for the group of pupils the workshop leader will be working with.

We use a mixture of tried and tested drama techniques, drama games, role play, facilitators in role and open ended scenario exploration to support your pupils.

All workshops have the National Curriculum at their core.

We offer one hour, half or full day workshops.

Want an insight into the sort of workshops we offer, have a look below.

Foundation Stage

Mini Beasts

Animal lifecycles

Castles

Seasons

Fairy Tales and popular rhymes

The Great Fire of London

Key Stage 2

The Tudors

The Victorian era

The Titanic

World War 2

Ancient Egypt

Natural disasters, for example, Tsunamis and earthquakes

Volcanoes

Young enterprise

World Book Day

50 year anniversary of walking on the moon

Key Stage 3

The Titanic

Slavery

World war 1 or 2

Shakespeare

Exploring the man and one of his plays

Novel exploration

Exploring the plot, characters, style and themes.

Key Stage 4

GCSE English literature (WJEC)

Of Mice and Men  

A practical exploration of -

The story

The characters

The themes

The time period

Key quotes (and helping students remember them)

All linked to the WJEC GCSE English Literature exam.

 

Heroes

A practical exploration of -

The story

The characters

The themes

The time period

Key quotes (and helping students remember them)

All linked to the WJEC GCSE English Literature exam.

 

An Inspector Calls

A practical exploration of -

The story

The characters

The themes

The time period

Key quotes (and helping students remember them)