Pirate Workshops for Primary and Infant Schools in 2018
If you’re a reception, year 1 or year 2 Primary teacher in England or Wales looking for a fully costumed pirate to deliver an exciting, educational and interactive workshop in your school this year then why not make Bristol-based Pirate Attack your first port-of-call.
Designed to complement and add the ‘wow’ factor to topics related to pirates a Pirate Attack workshop uses a mix of talks, games, storytelling and hands on activities to engage the whole class. You can book a half or full day of workshops for up to four classes.
Each workshop begins with an entertaining talk about the history of pirates, followed by an opportunity for the children to ‘walk the plank, play games of skittles and deck quoits, enjoy tales about pirates and finally search for pirate treasure.
Pirate Attack’s costumed pirate brings everything required for the workshops including extra-large pirate flags for decoration and various other pirate-themed props. Teachers can take photographs of the children in our specially designed pirate ‘standee’ and each child will be given their own unique pirate name.
Here’s some recent feedback about our workshops:
Fully inspirational day for our staff and children
Captain Rocky Cliff had both the children and staff totally enthralled
The children haven’t stopped talking about it
The children loved it, and it was a brilliant start to our topic
A perfect balance between learning and fun
Pirate Attack’s 2018 schools’ workshop programme began in Bristol on the 3rd January and was quickly followed by visits to schools in Hampshire, Kent and Surrey.
If you would like to find out more about Pirate Attack workshops or to check availability please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0117 939 4311.
For further details and testimonials go to Pirate Attack/schools