Our Work With Schools

Our Work In Schools

All live work in schools is currently suspended due to the ongoing Covid19 Pandemic. We continue to work remotely. Please get in touch if we can help in any way with your approaches to Creative Learning and designing and making the most of a creative classroom.

Contact Yvonne Murphy

Email: y.murphy1@ntlworld.com

Phone: 07949 626538

School Workshops

Book a Shakespeare workshop. Students will explore the story of Romeo and Juliet (or The Tempest, Macbeth or A Midsummer Night’s Dream) and have an active introduction to Shakespeare.

Book our political workshop. Students go on an empowering interactive whistle stop tour of our UK and Welsh parliamentary and electoral system.

Choose Shakespeare or Politics. Or both!


Book us to come in and work with you on Creative Learning Approaches across the curriculum. We are experts in our field.

Book Now – cost starts from £150.

GO & SEE fund

Did you know that you can apply to the Arts Council of Wales to cover the cost of taking your students to see this production?

There is no deadline for Go and See, which means schools can apply at any time as long as it is at least 8 weeks in advance of the event you wish to attend.

Schools will be able to apply for small one-off grants of up to £1,000. This can be used to fund visits to high-quality arts events in galleries, theatres, arts centres and other venues. Events could include visits to performances and exhibitions or visits to experience arts professionals developing and creating their work.

Grants can cover Coach hire or public transport costs & Ticket costs. This strand is open to all schools in Wales

Fine info on how to apply here: www.arts.wales/ExperiencingTheArts

ACW know that making applications takes time and effort and they are there to help. Contact them to discuss your proposal – creative.learning@artscouncilofwales.org.uk