A Record Year for Pirate Workshops for Schools
Captain Rocky Cliff of Bristol-based Pirate Attack has delivered pirate-themed workshops for over 30 primary schools in England and Wales in 2017. The pirate workshops have proved so popular many schools have immediately rebooked for next year.
Here are just some of the comments from teachers:
Captain Rocky Cliff had both the children and staff totally enthralled
It was a great “wow” moment for our ‘Under the Sea’ and ‘Pirates’ topics
We all had a fantastic day and the children absolutely loved building their understanding of Pirates and the brilliant activities which you had planned for the day
The children loved it, and it was a brilliant start to our topic
The children learnt lots, were having such fun and we have had some great comments about Captain Rocky Cliff since!
Towns and cities visited include Worcester, Gravesend, Colchester, Abergavenny, Hemel Hempstead, Oxford, Cirencester, Winchester, Birmingham, Walsall, Coventry and Bristol. Schools covered have featured local authority, academy and privately run institutions.
The sessions are tailored to suit children in reception, year one and year two classes. Games and activities include walk the plank, skittles, quoits, storytelling and a treasure hunt. Everything needed is provided by Pirate Attack, including large pirate flags for decoration and various other props.
The pirate presentation or talk as well as providing a colourful overview of the history of pirates encourages the children to understand the difference between what is true about pirates and what has been made up for popular entertainment.
For further information about booking a pirate workshop, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0117 939 4311