Our school workshops have been specially developed by former special educational needs teachers.
They are suitable for a variety of age groups and raise student awareness and understanding of SEND requirements that their fellow pupils may have.
The Why of Clive
Through an engaging and interactive workshop, KS1 students can learn all about Clive the crocodile and how he behaves ‘differently’.
Storytelling and games are just a couple of ways we introduce and communicate the concepts of inclusion, teamwork and SEND awareness in the classroom.
Spot The Difference
Through an interactive workshop, students will engage in fun and exciting activities based around ‘spot the difference’.
Our ‘spot the difference’ workshop raises awareness of special educational needs and disabilities within the mainstream classroom and is suitable for KS2 or KS3 pupils.
ABC - Anti Bullying Campaign
Through fun games, activities and our C-Live interactive classroom the ABC workshop engages young people, exploring the key issues surrounding bullying.
Participants will watch a unique play using the interactive classroom, followed by workshop activities which ask questions such as: Why do people bully? What is a bystander? What should I do if I or someone I know is being bullied?
Fantastic curriculum amalgamation. Thank you for a great learning session- Absolutely brilliant!
The music lesson was fantastic.
Great pupil involvement!
The girls kept the children engaged all the time and kept the pace going. Great song at the end.
They were great with the children and gave them lots of positive feedback – it was clear that the children enjoyed the workshop and their understanding grew throughout the session.
Great involvement with the pupils. Well organised and energetic encouraging the children to be excited and enjoy the workshops. Thank you!
Loved the positive reinforcement and behaviour strategies.
The two presenters were great with the children, really positive and encouraging. The children were engaged because of them.
Workshop brilliant for my class as very relevant with both dyslexia and autism.