Educational visits and workshops
Working with young people and schools
Circus provides a unique experience to engage students and enrich their learning.
The circus arts can be effectively integrated into the National Curriculum in a number of ways, linking with PE, dance and drama as well as other subjects such as citizenship and science, for example through exploring the physics of circus.
We have developed a number of ways for school groups to access the circus arts, both physically and non-physically.
£2,500 would pay for workshops in local schools, introducing 150 young people to circus find out how you can help
Length: 1.5 hours
When: 10.30am – 4pm / Mon- Fri (Dates are subject to availability)
Ages: 4 – 18yrs
Price: £4 per head
Maximum 30 people per tour and minumum payment £80.
Our education visits give groups the opportunity to learn about the history of our converted power station, see professional circus performers at work, have a Q&A with a circus teacher and try out a circus activity.
This visit links well to the IPC Circus (Movement and Entertainment) topic for Key Stage 1.
Length: 2 hours minimum
When: Mon- Fri (Dates/times are subject to availability)
Ages: 4 – 18yrs
Price: Please contact for details
Circus is an accessible activity that engages people of all ages and abilities, combining physical fitness, risk taking, problem solving and creativity.
Where possible, we can tailor the workshop to the needs of your group and ensure all participants have fun, feel involved and gain confidence. The workshops link well with drama, P.E, team building and enrichment.
We can cover up to 3 circus skills in each workshop: Juggling, hula hoop, tightwire, stilts, acrobatics, acrobalance, and aerial (rope, static trapeze). Please note that activities are subject to availability and aerial skills are only available onsite.
We can offer bespoke or a number of progressive workshops that increase skill and/or performance outcomes.
We operate a strict teacher student ratio of 1:8.
National Centre for Circus Arts