We offer interactive, imaginative LEGO® workshops for children in primary school from Nursery to Y6. Our sessions are created and delivered by a qualified teacher and cover a broad curriculum range. Workshops facilitate problem solving, teamwork, co-operation, speaking and listening. They are often used to stimulate a piece of writing, as an introduction or climax to a topic, to help consolidate skills, for special events (e.g. Father’s Day) or just for fun. We have so much
LEGO® and experience that we can cover almost any topic a school asks for
Example Class workshops:
Wow Workshops – Topic themed LEGO® Big Builds to begin or end a topic with a huge WOW factor of LEGO® (We can link to most school topics)
Building Adventure Stories – Help inspire young minds to write with a Lego workshop linked to a theme of your choice. The children think they are playing but they are actually creating stories!
Class books and LEGO® – Link a Lego workshop to a class book you are reading to help consolidate understanding
Gears and Levers workshop- Learn about Gears and Levers in this fun
Lego Animation– Learn about how to create a story through Lego Animation and get amazing results that the children will be proud of!
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You can book us to run special events in your school for your children and events for parents and the wider community. Here are some examples below
Family workshops – This is great way for developing relationships with parents and carers and is always really popular. A Father’s day event for example is great for getting dads into school
Special or Seasonal events – Events linked to sporting events or seasonal events (e.g.Christmas) are great fun and can be run with individual classes or as a school project.
Attendance workshops – Reward good attenders with a fun Lego workshop
INSET training workshops – Develop teamwork through Lego workshops for your staff
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“The children were immediately engaged with the process. All groups loved the freedom of being able to select from a wide range of LEGO, but with certain parameters. Each group produced something original to them. The choices enabled me, as a teacher to see a range of behaviours to do with co-operation and creativity.
The children were utterly engaged throughout, and I hope to build on the opportunity by using the story created in the workshop in forthcoming writing.
Wendy Turner; Teacher, Colmore Infant and Nursery School