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Find School Workshops is a school workshop and entertainment directory. Our site has over 200 listings and has has been designed to reduce the amount of time teachers & parents need to spend looking for the right educational school workshops or party for them and their students/children. This site has school workshops & children's entertainment companies for all school ages & needs. Workshops for Playschemes, Youth Clubs, Summer Schools, Nurseries, Junior & Primary to Secondary Schools and College, even for teacher training/CPD INSET days.

To save you time you can search for themed, cross curricular & subject specific school workshops & entertainers in your location! We have workshops for schools in areas such as London, Birmingham & Leeds and from all subject areas & KS's. Fun ideas for Science, History, Music, Drama, Theatre shows, Planetariums, Poets etc  fun/entertainment workshops such as circus skills & visits for parties, ideas for school assemblies & teambuilding.

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The Yorkshire Planetarium
The Yorkshire Planetarium is a mobile industrial unit with disabled wheelchair access. It will fit 30 Year 6 students and teachers, or 25 adults....
Polymer Clay Workshops with Gill's Clay Creations
Hi there, my name is Gill Cosford and I have been working with Polymer Clay for over 30 years and have been running workshops in schools for nearly...
Rock The Sport
A great way to inspire and enthuse children through music, sport and literacy simultaneously. Tom Veck and Andy Hawkings, two trained primary...
Lab Rascals
Lab Rascals is an award winning interactive science entertainment company in Yorkshire and the Humber. Lab Rascals educate, inspire and entertain...
Hula Hooping for Schools
I provide one-hour workshops for year two and above to get children excited about exercise and inspire them to be more active for months...
Any Workshop http://www.littlecreativedays.co.uk/
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Tonya and Natasha are creative storytellers and authors. We offer an exciting range of author visits, writing workshops, interactive storytelling and puppet making workshops based on our multi-award winning creative storytelling kits. Our stories are based on a little dog called Pojo who gets itchy paws and goes off on adventures whilst his...
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Any Workshop http://www.blackknighthistorical.co.uk/index.php/bronze-age
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Stone Age, Bronze Age & iron Age discovery day , by experienced costumed professional 'Living Historians'. Endorsed by Dr Francis Pryor, Archaeologist and discoverer of Flag Fen [Time Team consultant].Understanding our ancestors and their world has never been easier!Meet 2 characters from history, and find out with the aid of time travel...
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Any Workshop http://www.rachelshilston.co.uk
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Hello! I’m Rachel Shilston of Inspiring Creativity and I deliver a variety of inclusive, collaborative and fun art workshops that will inspire your pupils and staff. One of the most popular mediums I offer is mosaic, a perfect project that allows the entire school community to contribute. Mosaic workshops can be tailor-made to suit the...
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Any Workshop http://www.anglosaxonschoolvisits.co.uk
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Interactive workshops on the topic of the Early Medieval Period to enhance the children's learning of history. Whether it be to introduce your history topic or to further the students learning part way through the topic, we can tailor the visit to your needs.During the visit, we will cover a range of aspects of Anglo Saxon or Viking life,...
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Any Workshop http://portalstothepast.co.uk/
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What is a hill fort? Why did people live on them? Tribal communities. Why did this way of life end?Journey back in time with Luccus the Iron age warrior.iron ageLearn about life in Britain during the Celtic Iron age.Find out out how these people were not the uneducated barbarians that the Romans would have you believe. Learn about their...
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BRONZE AGE   -   The age of metal – an important technological development. Beliefs and burials. Early hill forts and the start of the “celtic” way of life View More Details...
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