Primary Schools

Primary School Workshops

Transition6.fwSkills img 3Moving on up to secondary school can be a challenging time for some pupils. This workshop addresses some of the worries year 6 pupils may have such as leaving some friends behind, making new friends, getting lost in the new school and all those new teachers to get used to! Pupils learn that change can be fun and life can be an adventure. A fun and positive morning delivered via team activities and games all with powerful built in messages. By the end of the workshop year 6 usually feel much more confident about changes in their lives and have a lot of fun! The workshop is designed to compliment your other transition activities and is delivered by our coaches over a morning in your school hall.

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skillsforlifeimgA  fantastic fun packed morning for pupils in KS2 to build on their creative life skills. Making  use of the unique Toobeez system, pupils take part in unique team games which supports their development of communication skills, leadership skills, listeningToobeez.fw skills and effective teamwork. Helps build independent learning.

 

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superspeller22.fwA picture paints a thousand words!  Many pupils struggle with spelling and recall. This workshop aims to help by providing a fun packed and informative morning. Together we will have a blast making mind maps and learning crazy ways to remember tricky words to spell. Based on scientific NLP techniques these tools really work and pupils feel more confident in their school work.

 

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A few words from delighted schools

Year 6 pupils said:

“Never give up on your life goal of the future, if you try it’s going to come true”

“I liked learning about taking risks and working with people you don’t usually work with”

“I liked the decision making part, because I was never very good and how I have improved. It will help me because at secondary you have to make lots of decisions”

Year 6 teachers said:

“I really liked the practical comfort zone activities , as these helped put change into perspective for the children”

 “Children and staff have really enjoyed the session. Well paced and interactive activities that enthused children. Wonderfully supportive and kind to pupils. Thank you BJ and Simon”

 “The pace was good. The balance of interactive activities and reflection was good. The instructors clearly knew what they were taking about. The discussion was beneficial and activities were well planned and focussed, with clear goals and outcomes”

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