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 Workshop http://www.realhistoryalive.com
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Join Daisy as she travels back in time in to learn about Tudor times in this fabulous presentation from 'Real History Alive! Perfect for KS1/ KS2 TUDOR topic, this is a totally unique live, interactive show brought into your very own School which is suitable for all primary aged children including reception.We then have superb TUDOR...
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 Workshop http://www.primarystoneageworkshop.co.uk/
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Welcome to our primary Stone Age school workshop, bringing the history of the three periods of the Stone Age as well as the Bronze and Iron Ages alive in your primary school with a series of fun and exciting activities. From the final steps of the evolution of Homo Sapiens and the use of primitive stone hand axes, right through to refined...
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 Workshop http://www.learnbydesign.co.uk/programmes-for-workshops/stem/
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Motivate your learners in science technology engineering and maths with an interactive and engaging workshop including:• Practical Physics – learn the basic principles of physics by testing your speed, strength and reactions using cutting edge sports testing equipment. • Solar Buggies – understand the science and manufacture involved...
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 Workshop http://www.learnbydesign.co.uk/programmes-for-workshops/motivation/
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Support your new intake as they transition from primary to secondary school with a workshop designed to encourage independence and self-motivation. The day-long workshop emphasises key skills such as personal development, effective communication, time management and mental aptitude as well as a number of other qualities to help ease the...
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 Workshop http://www.pulsecsi.com
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CSI Forensic Science Workshops KS2, KS3, KS3, KS4 & KS5 - Perfect for the following topics in KeyStage 2 : Crime & Punishment, Detectives, Whodunnit, ID, Working ScientificallyWorking Scientifically - Is your school looking for an interesting and innovative way to stimulate an interest in science and help raise aspirations and attainment...
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 Workshop http://www.workingscience.co.uk
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Engaging young children with scienceThe founder of Working Science, Dr Gareth Francis, is a PhD scientist with a mission to engage and excite primary school children to give them a love of the subject before they reach secondary school. He believes that making science fun for primary age children is the key to embedding a lasting love of...
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 Workshop http://www.enrichmentthrougharchaeology.co.uk
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Explore the past, enrich the present...· Engaging, hands-on archaeology workshops for schools and groups· Mini-excavations, artefact handling and analysis, 'experimental' archaeology and fieldtrips· Focus on specific time periods (e.g. Neolithic, Bronze Age, Roman) or on general archaeological processes and concepts (e.g....
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 Workshop http://www.john-kirk.co.uk
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John tells stories, some are silly and some are serious. He works mainly in primary schools, museums and libraries.John is an accomplished storyteller with an enjoyable dynamic and participatory style. He is passionate about stories and through his sessions encourages listening and participation and boosts oral confidence and attainment....
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 Workshop http://gillsclaycreations.com
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Here at Gill's Clay Creations we provide you with over 30 years of experience of working with this highly coloured 'oven cured' modelling material. Our aim is to provide your children with a bespoke, curriculum based creative learning environment, where they are able to explore and design to their hearts content! Whether the workshop is with...
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 Workshop http://www.as-creatives.com/?s=maths
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Our Creative Maths workshops for primary and secondary schools have been carefully designed to both put into context and actively promote the three keystones of the National Curriculum: fluency, reasoning and problem solving. Tapping into pupils’ own creativity, our unashamedly fun workshops engage, motivate and, crucially, challenge the...
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