Primary & Secondary School Children's Book Week Workshops & Shows

School Children's Book Week Workshops. Browse our primary and secondary school Children's Book Week workshop providers. Enquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

Confidence...Resilience...Persistence...The Living Book...Mr Anduit Can Do It!

Mr Anduit Can Do It! is a living book about Ike's very first show and how he deals with his fears and frustrations.  Clarence, who is the show's narrator and roadie, speaks only in rhyme and is doing his job for the first time as well and accidentally brings a lot... > View Profile

The Big Book Show

"Brilliant!" Teacher, Lake Gwelup Primary "Terrific - brilliant - loved it!" Teacher, Riverton Primary "Fantastic, wonderful. The children, and staff, were totally enthralled." Head, North Dandalup Primary The hilarious Big Book Show was written especially for Children’s... > View Profile

Blue Whale Theatre - Storybook Delights!

Interactive storytime adventures for Year 1, Kindergarten and Preschool back by popular demand for 2018! Available for Childrens Book Week and throughout the year! For Preschool/ Kindergarten ages 2 -5.  Using the Early Years Learning framework, Storybook Delights is the... > View Profile

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African Drumming: Drum Circles

If you want to empower and inspire the students in your school using a fresh approach then you need to give them a high energy Kids on Congas drumming experience! Our drumming sessions in schools are a fabulous musical experience, which make a big impact and most importantly... > View Profile

Art: SANDTASTIC SAND ART

Sandtastic is a fun and educational way of keeping children amused. By using laser cut sticker cards, the children are able to create wonderful masterpieces from the many different designs and sand colours.  The Sandtastic School Package is $185 plus $25 postage Aust... > View Profile

Multicultural Studies: Multicultural Studies

Our multi-cultural drum and dance incursions, give the learner an experience of Southern and West African singing, dancing and drumming as well as modern rhythm-culture. The Rhythm Fix school incursion can be chosen from 4 options listed below or a combination of each. The... > View Profile

African Drumming: African Drumming Workshops

Bring West Africa to your classroom! Offering single sessions, ongoing workshops, staff team building and all-school extravaganzas. Everyone gets their own drums and shakers to play. We teach rhythms that are instantly accessible, giving a real and immediate sense of... > View Profile

Aboriginal: Walk the Talk

Walk the Talk tells the story of Michael Long's walk to Canberra to ask the Prime Minister to put the lives of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people back on the national agenda. The resources have been specifically developed for use in primary schools at years 5... > View Profile

Drama & Theatre: Drama Workshops

Reflective of the training philosophy of the NIDA Higher Education program, NIDA workshops for secondary school students are practical, with emphasis on learning through doing. Secondary School Workshops may be undertaken at NIDA or at your school. Workshops available... > View Profile

Science: Young Engineers Lego Challenge

The main idea of Young Engineers LEGO® Bricks Challenge is learning the subjects through stories and demonstrations. The highlight of each lesson is the building stage of a model that demonstrates the lesson’s subject using LEGO® bricks and Technic LEGO®. Each... > View Profile

Dance: School Dance Programs

Nadia's Youth Dance Company offers dance programs and individual concerts that link to current school curriculum and inquiry learning of the students. Our mission is to teach children to dance and appreciate music in a creative, fun, and engaging way. Programs include one off... > View Profile

Japanese Drumming: WA Japanese Drumming

The Kaze No Ko style also incorporates some of the traditional aspects of taiko such as spirituality, Japanese terms, discipline and respect for the instruments and each other. Kaze No Ko drumming is suitable for everybody especially if you’d like to improve your... > View Profile

After School Clubs: After School Clubs across Australia

OSHClub is a family owned business absolutely dedicated to high the quality care of children. Our team is full of highly qualified and experienced professionals. We have over 20 years experience and run OSHClub programs at more than 150 schools across Australia. Specifically,... > View Profile

Toys: Toys

The best way to learn how toys have evolved over time is to play with them! In this incursion, students rotate through a number of stations exploring varying toy themes. They will discover how toys have evolved over time by exploring their movements, cultural significance and... > View Profile