English Workshops

The aim of any English workshop is to get children excited about reading and writing, encouraging them to feel confident about their own creativity and, as such, more likely to read and write independently.

Workshops exploring English topics are varied and diverse, but each gives children the opportunity to look at books, creative writing or literary styles in new and exciting ways.

We can explore characters, themes, places and language and offer either a broad overview of a topic or a really in depth look into one aspect of your work. We’ve delivered English workshops on everything from Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech to ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ and we specialise in making Shakespeare accessible to pupils in KS1 & KS2.

Every workshop we deliver is carefully planned around each individual school’s needs and the outcomes they need the workshop to achieve. We want children to make progress in each session and to feel motivated, inspired and confident when they leave.

We can work with up to 4 classes in one day, allowing up to 140 pupils to access out sessions in just one school day.

We pride ourselves on creating workshops to demand and we love tackling a new book or topic. A list of some of the topics we’ve covered in the past can be found here, or feel free to take a look at our case studies for ideas and inspiration.