Key stage 1 workshops
LEGO workshops for Key Stage 1 pupils aged 5 – 7 years old are a great way to introduce excitement in to the classroom, and reinforce key lessons and information in a memorable, fun way.
A sample of workshops available are:
- Pull back LEGO race cars – learn about forces as pupils build , and compete in a mini heat at the end of the session.
- LEGO bridges and towers – the concepts between building the longest-spanning bridge and tallest tower encourage thinking around how the design effects the performance of each model.
- Balloon cars – another example of forces in action, our LEGO balloon car workshops provides a captivating way to introduce key science topics in to the school day.
Activity topics are flexible and can be tailored to suit your take on the curriculum.
Key Stage 2 workshops
Our Key Stage 2 LEGO workshops are designed for pupils aged 7 and 11 years old. They can match the key elements of the curriculum in a way tailored to your school, college or academy.
World Book Day workshops
World Book Day has become a fantastic annual celebration of books (as well as a great opportunity to get dressed up!)
Why not introduce a LEGO World Book Day workshop and get pupils building and talking about their favourite characters, stories and memories of books?
LEGO wellbeing days for schools
The serenity that comes building with LEGO bricks doesn’t have to be curriculum related, either: many schools and colleges have introduced LEGO play and build sessions in to their school wellbeing days for pupils.
Good mental health and the small things we do every day are extremely important for pupils of all ages, and the mindfulness which LEGO building tasks generate can be a very powerful tool for maintaining mental health throughout pupils’ lives.
From primary to secondary level education, LEGO wellbeing workshops are an excellent way to lighten the load from exams and deadlines.