What we do

Workshops & Schools

‘We have seen with our own eyes circus workshops inspire so many children and young people, whatever their age, ability or fitness level.’

Circus workshops offer a dynamic and enriching educational experience.

Through hands-on engagement in activities such as hula hooping or other circus skills, participants develop essential physical co-ordination, teamwork, and confidence. The workshops encourage creativity and self-expression, imagination and problem-solving skills. They are inclusive and non-competitive environments where children of all abilities can thrive.

Circus workshops not only inspire a love for the performing arts but also instil valuable life skills, making them a fun and educational addition to primary school curriculums and a great idea for a rewards day. They are a great attraction at all sorts of events such as fetes and festivals.

 

Our workshops:

  • Improve fitness
  • Promote mental health and wellbeing
  • Boost resilience
  • Develop motor skills
  • Enhance focus and listening skills
  • Aid social skills
  • Encourage enjoyment of physical activity
  • Complement performance skills
  • Enhance flexibility
  • Improve co-ordination
  • Promote self-confidence

We always start with a demonstration, then everyone can have a go supported by our instructors.

 

We use a range of equipment including:

  • Hula hoops
  • Spinning plates
  • Poi
  • Diablo
  • Flower sticks
  • Juggling

 

What we provide:

  • All equipment
  • Our instructors are DBS checked and fully insured

‘All the children loved it and loved her, with a few thinking this was now a weekly occurrence. Super engaging with the children right from the start, and kept everything age-related to each year group. Everyone loved her tricks and skills, and I think the most used word was ‘Wow!’ They all made sure to go back to their classrooms in excitement and inform their class teacher what they had just done and how Laura spun it on her nose! And safe to say that the staff definitely enjoyed it as much as the children.’

Primary school in Herne Hill

Schools workshop

‘My children were extremely engaged with the performance and took in the lessons on how to use each piece of equipment. They played for over an hour practising each thing and loved it.’

Workshop at Old Boat Centre, Brighton

Schools

In schools, teachers are often amazed to see how children who usually struggle with concentration or are really shy are amongst the most enthusiastic.

Our workshops are ideal for children and young people who don’t embrace traditional sport or performance arts. They are also a great opportunity for children and young people with special needs to build self-confidence & for creative expression.

In schools, we usually run one workshop for each year group, lasting around 30 to 45 minutes.

‘The hula hoops workshops were fantastic and enjoyed by all (including the staff!). Thank you so much, we really enjoyed it. She was amazing! Really friendly, great at entertaining the kids and had everyone totally enthralled with her circus skills.’

Primary school in Wallington, Surrey

Links with National Curriculum at all Key Stages:

National Curriculum EYFS

Communication
Language Development
Physical Development
Personal, Social & Emotional
Expressive Arts

National Curriculum Key Stage 1

Speaking & Listening Skills
Movement
Balance
Co-ordination

National Curriculum Key Stage 2 (3/4)

Co-ordination 
Agility
Balance
PSHE (Personal Social Health & Economic)

National Curriculum Key Stage 2 (5/6)

Strength
Flexibility
Techniques
Movement Patterns

Get in touch

We can’t wait to show you what we have to offer and to talk to you about your requirements.

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+44 7508 022612

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