Creation Station and Play-Doh launch free creative workshops for schools.
We have developed three fun, engaging and educational workshops to support children in the EYFS and in Key Stage 1 of your school.
Our workshops typically start from £300 for a half day, but we are delighted to be able to offer twenty-five schools a half-day creative workshop for free.
The criteria to receive the free Play-Doh workshops is based on a number of factors. These include; The location of your school. This is to ensure we have a trained Creation Station leader in your area who can deliver the workshop. The applications will also be reviewed on a first come first served basis.
Please complete the application form below and we will get back to you. Decisions will be announced on 31st May 2018.
Good luck and thank-you for the wonderful work you do.
Fantasy Island - Get Creative And Model Your Own Island.
For children in the EYFS, these activities have the prime areas of learning linked to self-confidence and self-awareness. This has specific areas of learning linked to 'Expressive Arts and Design' and 'Being Imaginative'.
For children in Key Stage One, the national curriculum areas of learning are 'Human and Physical Geography'.
Selfie Time - Explore And Develop Ideas, Thoughts And Designs Around Self-Awareness Topics.
For children in the EYFS, these activities have the prime areas of learning linked to managing feelings and behaviour. The specific areas of learning are linked to 'Expressive Arts and Design' and 'Exploring and Using Media and Materials'.
For children in Key Stage one, the national curriculum areas of learning are 'Personal, Social and Emotional Development' with core themes on 'Health and Wellbeing'.
Animal Antics - To Help Children Explore, Discover And Develop Their Knowledge And Skills Through Hands-On Creative Modelling
For children in the EYFS these activities have the prime areas of learning linked to 'Communication and Language' developing skills to speak and listen in a range of situations. The specific areas of learning are linked to 'Understanding the World' to help children explore, observe and find out about people, places, technology and the environment.
For children in Key Stage One, the national curriculum areas of learning are linked to science – to identify, name, describe and compare a variety of common animals.