British Science Week 2020: Seven Wonders of the World

14th Aug 2019News, School Workshops

Using a range of age-appropriate drama-based techniques to cement prior learning, clarify difficult concepts, introduce new content and extend thinking, our creative science programmes are always really popular. And as we book up very early for British Science Week, we thought we’d tell you now about Seven Wonders of the World, a Big Science Day … Read More

New! Whole-School Maths: The Benefactor

14th Aug 2019News, School Workshops

New! Whole-School Maths: The Benefactor – Money-based maths fun for up to 420 pupils in a single day! Eccentric millionaire Benny Factor has amassed a fortune over the last few years – and it’s now time to give something back to a village that’s very close to his heart: Amberton. The trouble is, though, that … Read More

International Schools

8th Jul 2019News, School Workshops

Our commitment to high quality provision that strengthens skills, delivers new content and promotes aspiration is a perfect fit for English-speaking International Schools everywher Like many International Schools, we cover both primary and secondary ages, so we’re able to work with you to put together an exciting and engaging programme lasting a number of days – … Read More

Our Top 5 Cross-Curricular Artists

1st Jul 2019News

We’re always looking for inspiration for cross-curricular learning and we’d like to share our five of our favourite artworks/artists that lend themselves brilliantly to this. 1) William Hogarth’s painting ‘Scenes from Shakespeare’s The Tempest’ provides a great starting point for discussion around how the characters might be lifted from page to stage. Did your pupils … Read More

Shakespeare Workshops for the New School Term

26th Jun 2019News, School Workshops

Celebrate Shakespeare in your school with an interactive drama-based workshop from as creatives! available to schools throughout the UK and beyond. Teacher CPD workshops also available!  William Shakespeare is now firmly back on the national curriculum – but he’s never actually been away. Everyone knows his face and the names of a play or two – … Read More

Free Poetry Teaching Resources

26th Jun 2019Free Teaching Resources, News

Here you will find some quick and easy ideas to get your pupils creating their own poetry! all of our ideas are free to download and we would love to hear how you’ve got on with them – you can tweet us @AsCreatives Shakespeare Personification Poetry Writing poetry inspired by Shakespeare’s plays is a great … Read More

Summer School Workshops 2019

26th Jun 2019News, School Workshops

Our Summer School workshops are now available to book allowing you to create tailored maths, science or literacy-based creative days – or your own cross-curricular programmes! Whether you are looking for a one day workshop or something longer-term our sessions can be adapted in length and to accommodate different age groups – and we will always try to … Read More

Introducing Shakespeare

19th Jun 2019News

We love taking our Shakespeare programmes to schools all over the world, and we’ve thoroughly enjoyed developing a new one with Year 7/S1 particularly in mind. Introducing Shakespeare is a fantastic (and very energetic!) way to engage your students in the playwright, his life and works – and prepare them for their studies to come. … Read More

New! CSI: Rollercoaster – Exploring Forces in Context

16th Jun 2019News

Our CSI: Forces programme has proved so popular that we’ve responded to popular demand by creating a version set deep in the world of theme parks: CSI: Rollercoaster. Available in age-differentiated formats from Years 1 to 6, this immersive workshop contextualises forces, challenging pupils to use their existing scientific understanding and transfer it to new … Read More

Top Five – Views

2nd Jun 2019News

As a team, we travel tens of thousands of miles every year, taking our creative learning programmes to primary and secondary schools across the land (in this academic year alone, we’ve been to schools in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands, Italy and Turkey!). We see some amazing views, both on our travels … Read More