"Thank you for a fantastic workshop! The children were engaged, focused and engrossed in all the learning and enriching activities that you arranged."
E Wright, Horizon Primary Academy, Kent
Wonderful that children have some memorabillia to take home."
C Burridge, Great Doddington Primary School
"In over 10 years of teaching this was the best I've ever seen, especially for such a reasonable price. All staff and children had fun and learnt loads."
M Comell & T Daly, Northborough Junior School
"We all thought it was fantastic! Children were engaged the whole day. Children who wouldn't normally participate participated and enjoyed it thorougly!'
K Willett, St Andrew's
CE Primary School
Excellent activities - children all on task all day - a good all round experience.
Thank you so much!'
A Webzell, Horton Kirby PS
The Ancient Egyptians
"Brilliant workshop - thank you! Children who aren't normally engaged thoroughly enjoyed it."
Bring the Ancient Egyptians to life in your classroom with this three hour, fully interactive workshop. We provide costumes and make-up for everyone as we take the children back to an era 5000 years ago. Mummify a friend, try your hand at Egyptian crafts and live life as a Pharoah before travelling back to the future to search for ancient tombs.
Background & Culture
We take a look at life in Egypt about 5000 years ago. All of the children will be invited to wear costumes and 'Egyptian Eyes'.
The Origin of the Pharoah
Where did the first Pharoahs come from, and how did they become so important?
Everyone works together to re-create our own Egyptian settlement. A hands-on carousel of up to 8 authentic activities
Mummification and the Afterlife
The children help to remove internal
organs and mummify their Pharoah.
Please note: no children are harmed
in this exercise!
The Magic of Hierolglyphs
Just why are hieroglyphs so special?
Each child will make a pewter cartouche to take home keep.
Valley of the Kings
A fast and furious round of 'Egyptian Tomb Raider' introduces the Valley of the Kings - audience participation an absolute must!
Mini Museum - a chance to handle original
artefacts and look at historical sources.
Dating back thousands of years, Belly Dancing is still an important part of Egyptian culture. We take you through some of the basic moves - full teacher participation expected!
We bring costumes for everyone (sorry teachers - that doesn't include you!)
We cater for a maximum of 90 children at a time
We carry Public liability insurance and all of our members hold enhanced CRB checks.
Please contact us for more details, or click here to download copies of our policies and risk assessments etc.