Splats theatre shows and workshops 2014 – 15 Splats established 1993 by Stephen Richards a juggling P.E. teacher and Mike Redwood a diabolo spinning theatre director. Their imaginative, pioneering shows have established Splats as the leading educational workshop company in the uk and a number one theatre touring company. Splats Learning through fun Sometimes a […]
Welcome to the Splats Wellbeing Curriculum 2017. All our days are designed to inspire confident, independent and creative learners who can work as a team to perform fun and educational shows. Our curriculum covers Communication with the E-safety show health with the Sugar Show, happiness is How to be Hoppy and effective learning with our […]
The play is performed by our Splats narrator with four classes. The shows are created with physical theatre, movement, circus, dance and scripted character acting. The Splats director brings props, pieces of costume and music/sound effects. We perform 30 minutes before the end of the school day for family, friends and pupils.
Our Shakespeare workshops are designed to maximise the involvement of the pupils and bring Shakespeare to life on stage. In just one day the pupils can learn and perform their very own production of A Midsummer Nights Dream or The Tempest, take our Shakespeare Rap workshop or learn some stage combat and use it to […]
Team Robot and The Ancient Art of Disco Dancing THE SHOW The Ancient Art of Disco Dancing creates a visual, fun and active ways for pupils to explore coding and understand computer logic. The Story Team Robot – a crack team of computer experts are sent to save the world, led by Captain Splat. Team Robot […]
Splats theatre shows have been entertaining all ages since 1993. See what is on tour and watch some clips from our show.
Join Milos and his Cow Daisy in Ancient Greek Olympic adventure. Recommended for Greek projects, Olympics, Drama, Teamwork challenge, Speaking and Listening. Ages: Nursery to Year 8 Amount of pupils: one class to 140 in
This a great article highlighting the benefits of circus. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-33277907
Katie and the Mona Lisa LIVE! Katie and the Mona Lisa is adapted by Mike Redwood from James Mayhew’s original book. Our latest production, based on James Mayhew’s classic series Katie’s Picture Show is Katie and the Mona Lisa. Imagine if art could come alive! When Katie visits a gallery with her Grandma and sees […]
The idea behind Team Robot and The Art of Disco Dancing is to create a visual, fun, active ways for pupils to explore coding and understand computer logic without actually touching a computer. It is a fully participatory show where the pupils play all of the parts and will create a memorable and fulfilling experience […]
“Exclusive to Splats James Mayhew’s classic Katie stories brought to life by your pupils. Explore classic art and join Katie on her adventures.”
Welcome to Shakespeare for Schools. Since 1993 Splats have been producing shows and workshops for schools and families across the UK. Our Shakespeare workshops are designed to maximise the involvement of the pupils and bring Shakespeare to life on stage. In just one day the pupils can learn and perform their very own production of […]
A brand new Computer Science for Schools theatre show starring your pupils in just one day Recommended for: Computer Studies, Drama, Maths, Science Projects, Teamwork challenge, Speaking and Listening. Ages: Suitable for Key Stages 1, 2 and 3 or older pupils performing or working with younger pupils Amount of pupils: 140 to 175 in one day (more on request) max 35 […]
Roll up, roll up for a review of Circus of Thieves and the Raffle of Doom by William Sutcliffe. Packed with ‘sneaky characters’ this novel is about a travelling circus which is really run by a bunch of thieves. Rider excellently summed up the plot: ‘Billy, a boy from the circus makes friends with Hanna, a girl […]
With binary solo
Inside the Animal Mind-2. The Problem Solvers Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be an animal? This series gives startling and revelatory answers. Combining jaw-dropping demonstrations of animals’ abilities with revealing photography, Chris Packham travels the world to uncover the secrets of the animal mind. Chris Packham explores the minds of […]
Read article from http://www.computingatschool.org.uk/ Interesting challenge as Splats develop our new Computer Science show – watch this space The ICT curriculum, now called ‘Computing’, has been reformed. It now includes a clearly-articulated strand of computer science (including programming) as the underlying subject discipline, alongside the use and application of digital technology. These changes represent a qualitative […]
Computing in the National Curriculum Interesting article re the New Computer Science Curriculum This blog is written by Neil Brown, who works as a computing education researcher at the University of Kent in the UK. Recently, the UK government posted its new draft national curriculum. One change that caught the eyes of many was that “Computing” […]
BBC NEWS | Health | Juggling increases brain power.
We are currently working on a project in Manchester to help boost a group of boys speaking and listening skills and confidence at an early stage. They are all 3 – 4 and we are working on circus skills with them and this term coming are going to start to work on drama. We are […]