Pirate Attack Workshops in School Newsletters and Social Media
If you ever wondered what a Pirate Attack workshop might look like and if it would be suitable for your school, you can check out the pictures and descriptions included in some of the host schools’ own newsletters and social media.
School Twitter, Adderley Primary School, Birmingham, 27 June, 2019
School newsletter, Norton Canes Primary School, 5 June, 2019
School website, Bolney Primary School, West Sussex, 24 April, 2019
School Twitter, Marlborough Primary School, Cardiff, 4 March, 2019
School newsletter, Park Mead Primary School, Cranleigh, Surrey, 4 February, 2019
School website, Fleet Primary School, Surrey, 8 January, 2019
School website, GEMS Didcot Primary Academy, Oxfordshire, 5 December, 2018
Newsletter, Lionel Primary School, Brentford, Middlesex, 30 November, 2018
School website, Bayton Primary School, Worcestershire, 16 October, 2018
Newsletter, Christ Church Infant School, Downend, Bristol, 10 September, 2018
Newsletter, Fair Oak Infant School, Eastleigh, Hampshire, 7 September, 2018
Twitter, Foremarke Hall, Repton, Derbyshire, 5 September, 2018
Newsletter, Winnersh, Primary School, Nr. Reading, 15 June, 2018
Twitter, St Peter’s CofE Primary School, Bristol, 8 June 2018
Newsletter, King’s Cliffe Endowed Primary School, Peterborough, 5 June, 2018
The Topsham School, Exeter, see their newsletter dated 17 May, 2018
Ladysmith Infant School, Exeter, see their Twitter page dated 22 April, 2018
Clifton High School, Bristol, see their Facebook page dated 20 March, 2018
Marlborough Primary School, Cardiff see their Twitter page dated 5 March, 2018
Raunds Park Infant School, Wellingborough, see their class Twitter page dated 21 February, 2018
Repton Preparatory School, Derbyshire, click on the school website here. For Robin Hood Academy, Birmingham click here. For Shears Green Primary School, Kent click here. For Bishop Road Primary School, Bristol click here.
For further information about booking a Pirate Attack workshop, go to our schools’ page or telephone 0117 939 4311.