Learning to juggle is an amazing educational tool. Stephen Richards who designed these day first taught juggling as part of his PE degree. It showed that pupils who didn’t usually participate in sport would find success with juggling and be able to use it as a way in to success in other sports. For those who already succeed it helps refine movements, use of appropriate effort and improves coordination.
"When the Vikings over ran Saxon Britain, legend has it, that King Alfred went amongst the viking camps as an entertainer to understand his enemy better. What he discovered as his secret weapon was tolerance and over the next 40 years these tribes merged to build the foundation of our modern country. Let us create this story with your pupils as Alfred joins the cheeky circus troop Splats while they travel across the land entertaining anyone who will watch.
This show is also good for Saxon and Viking history topics."
“When the adverts discover they aren’t as good for children as they thought they were they decide to go on a journey to see if they can change. Join Bubbles, Sam, Elf and Zap on a magical adventure to the land of the imagination as they discover how to create a happy and healthy future.”
How to be Hoppy is a day that helps pupils explore what it is that makes them happy and sad. What is it that they love to do and how can they help others in their community be happy too. Designed as a fun, creative, imaginative extravaganza for the pupils to express themselves and of course find their inner Bungaroo.
Team Robot v Meanies is about the invasion of aliens called Meanies.
The Meanies invade the school and begin to take over the pupils. In a fun and active show we see how the Meanies virus spreads and affects how the pupils act towards each other. Looking at issues of bullying, online safety and awareness of how we act on line.