Primary School Workshops
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Our team of primary school workshop leaders have worked professionally in children’s entertainment (productions such as The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom, Matilda, The Lion King and more!).
We have workshops that have been specifically created to bring learning to life and to enrich your curriculum. We believe that adding a Drama element with our unique way of learning can go a long way to improving Health and Wellbeing and building confidence. Cultural Capital and PSHE are a big focus in our curriculum support workshops as we believe that now more than ever it is important for children to have the essential knowledge they need to be educated citizens and understand and contribute to the society around them.
We are a team of acclaimed West End professionals ready to come in to your school and deliver exciting, engaging and unique storytelling workshops. They are suitable for all ages from foundation stage upwards and tailored to each key stage and year group. Our workshops are designed to get children up on their feet and engaged in the magical world of the story. They have been developed in collaboration with one of the original and core cast members from ‘The Gruffalo’ and ‘Room on the Broom’ and our puppetry workshop leaders have credits in productions such as ‘War Horse’ and ‘Avenue Q’.
Our workshops include the incredibly popular works of Roald Dahl such as ‘Matilda’, ‘The BFG’, ‘The Witches’ and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’.
Why not make this year’s World Book Day more exciting than usual? Let us come along and take the children into the wonderful world of the story – allowing them to meet some of their favourite characters in one magical place!
This is no ordinary story time…it is an opportunity to unlock the children’s imagination, watch them grow in confidence through drama, music, basic puppetry and theatre. Your children will certainly have an unforgettable experience