The Architecture Workshops Association have been running fun and engaging workshops since 1996 that engage with pupils and providing catalytic support for teachers. Fitting with the national curriculum on numerous levels, not only the obvious STEM elements and History, but we help develop pupils Fine and Gross Motor Skills as well as a their independent thought and problem solving skills, thereby increasing their self esteem.
Bridges, Castles; Egyptians; Ely Cathedral; Ferris Wheel; Geodesic Structures; Greek Parthenon; Indian Taj Mahal; Islamic Dome Of The Rock; Mayan Temple; Olympic Sculptures; Saxon Roundhouse; Shelters; Skyscrapers; Stonehenge; Trojan Horse; Tudor Globe Theatre; Victorian Crystal Palace; Viking Longship
We are happy to work with SEN pupils who are part of a class, but i fthe percentage is greater than 25% we may have to adjust the total number accordingly. Likewise we can run workshops at specialist schools with smaller numbers.
My son, Erno, ran out of his classroom today exclaiming 'best day ever'.
Thank you so much for what sounds like an inspiring session building pyramids in Elstree.
His eyes were glistening and he is still buzzing!
Thank you very much.
Architecture Workshops Run Hands-On Focused Practical Tasks For All Key Stages & Abilities.
In The Saxon Roundhouse we take history as a starting point and using, Design Technology, Maths Literacy, Science and Drama to differing degrees, pupils create large scale reconstructions of famous architectural landmarks that bring curriculum subjects to life. Pupils work individually, in small teams and altogether to build one large Roundhouse.