We deliver successful, innovative workshops
Escape Arts has over 15yrs experience of delivering successful, innovative workshops in schools.
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Escape delivers practical based workshops in line with the current National Curriculum. As we have a team of experienced artist practitioners with their own specialisms, we are well placed to help your KS1 pupils ‘use materials creatively to design and make products’ as well as help your KS2 pupils to have ‘an increasing awareness of different kinds of art, craft and design’.
We can tailor projects to meet your objectives ensuring effective delivery in terms of communication, resources and organisation. We provide plans to ensure smooth and effective running of the project and provide documentation of all stages of delivery.
Inspiring workshops to enhance your school events and curriculum
- Healthy Eating Events
- Inventions & Science Inspired Activities
- Living History and Heritage Activities
- Visual and Expressive Arts Weeks
- Radio, Film and Animation
- Book Weeks & National Events
- Sports and Health Events
- Eco Events
- International Weeks
- Transition and PHSE Activities
National Arts Award Accreditation
Escape is a registered Arts Award Centre. Arts Award inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents: it's creative, valuable and accessible. Escape can offer Arts Award at five levels, four accredited qualifications Explorer, Bronze, Silver and Gold and an introductory Discover award.
The Old Slaughterhouse
We will use this rich slice of Stratford Heritage to devise a programme of activities suitable for Key Stage 2 & 3 pupils. They may include opportunities to handle original historical objects and take part in role play activities. Each session will be tailored to be age appropriate and relevant to the National Curriculum.
We can offer activities exploring the following themes:
Food in World War II
The changing High Street
Meat: then and now
Researching the site history and the buildings previous occupations as Ropemaker, Wine Merchant, Chemist to Slaughterhouse
Activities on offer
Guided tours through the building
Drama & Creative Writing Workshops
Art workshops in response to historical themes
Resources on offer
Oral History interviews
Copies of historical documents