Splats can provide circus skill workshops for brownie groups across the UK. This can be with just one group or several groups if you have a county or nationwide meet. Our Circus skills brownies workshop is also perfect for the circus skills brownie badge.
The Circus Skills we teach
Our lessons start with scarf juggling. They move so slowly they are a great way for young children to learn to catch and older to learn the juggling pattern.
Slow and floaty for movement and creativity.
One of our favourite challenges is the feather balance. On one finger, the hand, back of the arm and eventually on the nose, chin or head.
Attention, imagination, determination.
Juggling is the perfect model for explaining how the learning process works. Focusing on letting the ball drop we help the pupils relax and learn the gentle movement required for success.
Juggling is the perfect learning model.
Splats circus skills plate spinning challenge. Adapted for all abilities pupils can learn to spin on their finger, balance on their nose and pass and throw with a partner and in groups.
Gentle relaxed movement leads to success.
Diabolo and Flower Stick
Great for the older end of primary and secondary. Great rhythm challenge teaching delicacy of touch and timing. Rolling, flicking, throwing and catching. We then teach spinning, throwing and catching of a diabolo plus for the expert some more fancy tricks.
Good technique for success.
Ribbon and Poi
Learn to twirl and move with the rhythmic ribbon – great for dance and movement. We then teach the art of poi spinning a great coordination challenge
Coordinate both sides of the body and brain.
Stilts and Balance
Stilts is great for learning the basics of balance, having a race with others and more. We then teach balancing, standing and walking. Challenge the bravery and skill of the pupils.
The joy of daring.
Pedal Go is an easy to learn and safe balancing prop which makes it perfect for kids. It’s great for learning the basics of balance, having a race with others and more.
Circus daring in slow motion.