Encouraging children to engage in positive discussion with one another is a proven way to reduce incidents of bullying. This storytelling workshop brings children together, where they can learn about and discuss bullying and how to stop it.
The workshop is supported by lesson plans and worksheets linked to the PSHE curriculum. Contact us for more information and availability this term.
Our Anti-bullying Workshop looks at the consequences of bullying for both the victim and perpetrator. We give advice for children being bullied and demonstrate how empathy has the power to make a real difference to our world.
The workshop covers cyber bullying and its impact. We also discuss how to support someone who is hurt by bullying behaviours by speaking out or seeking support from an adult.
We discuss the role of the bystander and how their behaviour and reaction can help reduce incidents of bullying. We also demonstrate positive ways to avoid conflict and defuse aggression.
A workshop to celebrate the diversity in your school. Create an animated video for your school website that celebrates the diverse cultures and backgrounds of the children and teachers in your school community. Encouraging children to engage in positive contact with one another is a proven way to reduce prejudice. This workshop brings children together, where they can learn about and discuss differences. Contact us for more information and availability this term.
We offers a unique storytelling experience for schools using interactive animated characters.
We have a variety of stories suitable for all age groups from reception up to year six. A day visit is usually for five performances of forty minutes.
Stories work best for groups of children of similar ages. Multiple sessions can be arranged for different age groups. Prices for the workshops will depend upon numbers and duration of project. Please contact us for more details.
"The KS1 children were captivated and fully engaged in your lovely animated stories. Not a whisper or movement for 45 minutes! Thank you."
R James, English Subject Leader
Children can create their own characters, interactive stories, computer games and share their creations with the world on the Scratch website!
Scratch is also a wonderful cross-curricular tool. We custom make projects in Mathematics, Science, Literacy, Geography and History.
Children will learn basic computer programming and coding. When children begin to code in Scratch, they learn important strategies for solving problems, designing projects, and communicating ideas.
You can book half or full day school workshops or even an after school animation club! Workshops are suitable for year 3 to year 6.
Prices for the workshops will depend upon numbers and duration of project Please contact us for more details.