Splats Entertainment On Posted on July 11, 2018 by Splats Entertainment to UncategorizedSplats Creative Curriculum What's your name please?* First Last What's the best email address for you?* Splats Curriculum 18 - 19Please tick any of the days you are interested in.Splats Circus daysOur classic Circus day for all ages, workshops and family learning. Splats Circus town show where the pupils create a show in a day using their new skills and our Learning to Learn day helping pupils understand the learning process. Circus Day plus free family workshop Learning to learn through juggling Circus Town Show performed in a day Circus WorkshopChoose from our Classic PlaysCreate a Play in a Day - improve teamwork, confidence and literacy. One class to whole school event. The pupils learn the scenes and perform in the end of day show to family and friends. A Christmas Carol The Jungle Book Robin Hood Treasure Island The Wind In The Willows The SPaG DetectivesThese are our Shakespeare DaysLet us bring the Bard to you with our selection of Shakespeare Plays and Shows. Create a show in a day or watch our Shakespeare double bill. Highly recommended for text inspiration and GCSE. A Midsummer Night's Dream Macbeth Hamlet The Tempest Stage Combat Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare Double Billand our Splats Circus History daysJoin the Splats Circus troupe through Roman times with Boudica, entertain the Vikings with King Alfred and even perform with Shakespeare. A fantastic trilogy of shows using circus to explore the roots of British Values. Splats Circus and King Alfred Splats Circus and Boudica Splats Circus and ShakespeareLearn about E-Safety, Health and HappinessInformative and fun shows, starring your pupils in a day. Involve and encourage family learning and discussion with our end of day presentation shows. E-Safety Show The Sugar and Health show How to be HoppyWhat school or organisation (if any) are you contacting us from?Please leave message herePossible dates, amount of pupils and any other details or questions. PreviousPrevious post:Hamlet NextNext post:Macbeth at Coxwell Barn Festival photo Greca Redwood-Jones.