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Any Workshop http://www.kidsthatrock.co.uk
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Our workshop is a simple and fun way for a whole class to learn how to play guitar.The whole class will work together and learn how to play pop/rock music that they can relate to.The Kids That Rock Guitar Workshop is aimed at complete beginners. Starting with the very basics, progressing to learn about playing in time, playing melodies...
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Any Workshop http://www.pefs.co.uk
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Political Education For Students (PEFS) is a fun and educational non-partisan organisation that has been set up to support schools in generating enthusiasm and engagement about British government and politics. The use of engaging and enjoyable workshops, seminars, lectures, holiday schools, teacher training and schemes of work are all...
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Any Workshop http://jonnycope.com/JonnyCope/Living_History.html
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Bring history to life with an educational experience to be remembered!We present a timeline between 6500BC and 60AD and the changes that occurred to people living in England.Suitable for all age groups and presented in a fun and informative way. Children react very well to seeing how people really lived and our workshops are delivered in...
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Any Workshop http://timetrips.co.uk
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Hi! I'm Tony North, and since 2004 I've been delivering arts-based KS2 workshops in the North West of England. My Time Trips workshops use superb hands-on creative activities carefully designed and refined over years to be enjoyable and educational. You will be amazed by the resources, the quality of children's artistic outcomes, and the...
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http://portalstothepast.co.uk/
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...
http://portalstothepast.co.uk/
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