Primary & Secondary School Storytelling Workshops & Shows

School Storytelling Workshops. Browse our primary and secondary school Storytelling workshop providers. Enquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

Storytelling Workshops throughout Australia

Shake & stir theatre co has been operating throughout Queensland since 2006 and has grown into a comprehensive youth-focussed contemporary theatre company. shake & stir theatre co currently produce a season of nine in-school productions. The repertoire includes popular... > View Profile

Storytelling Incursions - Cultural Infusion

Spirit of Italia (VIC) Students will be immersed in stories of Italian immigrants arriving in Australia and the challenges that they face upon entering a new country.  Our presenter will lead discussions on Italian culture, language, food and dance and the students will have... > View Profile

Storytelling Workshops

The Sydney Story Factory is a not-for-profit creative writing centre for young people at 176 Redfern Street, Redfern, Sydney. Our trained volunteer tutors offer free help to write stories of all kinds. Programs target marginalised young people, and those from Indigenous and... > View Profile

Fairy Poppilina

Fairy Poppilina, Australia's 'Storytelling Fairy', casts her 'stories gone fun' spell to any of her selected fairytales and children's books she presents.  In other words, her performance storytelling includes a variety of interactive and... > View Profile

Story Telling Workshops

Super Speak is Australia's leading provider of public speaking and story telling workshops for pre-school, primary schools and high schools. We offer a range of workshop options that can support your students learning including workshops in effective story telling, expressive... > View Profile

The Story of the Not-Quite-Beautiful-Enough Princess and the Not-Quite-Brave-or-Charming-Enough Prince

Travel to Fairy Tale Land and meet all your favourite fairy tales characters! Meet the Not-Quite-Beautiful-Enough Princess and the Not-Quite-Charming-or-Brave-Enough Prince and join them as they set out to prove themselves worthy of being real fairytale characters! A... > View Profile

Musical Storytelling for Preschoolers

Join Jem and her friendly puppet pals as they sing and dance their way through inspiring stories, challenging journeys, and exciting new places full of wonderful things to learn and discover. Acclaimed children's songwriter and performer Jemma Armstrong is captivating young... > View Profile

A Bright Light in the Darkness - The Catherine McAuley Story 2017.

A Bright Light in the Darkness’ by Blue Whale Theatre is a play for children, telling the story of Catherine McAuley - Foundress of the Sisters of Mercy. ‘A Bright Light in the Darkness’ written, directed and produced by Therase Neve - Blue Whale Theatre and was initially... > View Profile

Writing Time: VIC

Pack your imagination and come on board a literary storytelling adventure… Childhood is a time full of stories. Write away With Me offers interactive storytelling workshops where children not only share a love of language and literature, but are actively encouraged to... > View Profile

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Maths: Maths Workshops

We offer engaging hands-on experiments and fully-interactive demonstrations designed to improve students understanding and appreciation of science. Our school science workshops have been previously assessed by the NSW Department of Education & Training Performances for... > View Profile

Author: School Author Workshops

"What a GREAT DAY!!!! We had such an awesome day and the students and staff are raving about Cameron and how interesting the workshops were. Thank you so much!" Cate Pearce, Teacher Librarian, Stockton Public School, NSW Ignite a passion for reading and writing with an... > View Profile

Holiday Clubs: Vacation Clubs & Activities

Let us help you book a series of activities for your holiday clubs. Our range of interactive workshops ensure your club will run at full capacity and engage all age groups from 4-12. Current popular workshops include: Dinosaurs: The Dinosaur Incursion brings prehistoric... > View Profile

Art: Drawing workshops for children

Jenny Wood uses the Monart method, a little Zentangle and some of her own unique style to teach children to draw.  Why do we wait until children are teenagers or even adults before we teach them drawing skills? Children as young as 3 or 4  years old can learn to draw what... > View Profile

Music: The Kangagang Show

THE KANGAGANG MULTI AWARD WINNING CHILDREN'S ENTERTAINMENT The Kangagang's Australian themed shows meet many different learning paths under the Australian curriculum.  Learning areas: Hass, Media arts, English, Music, Visual Arts, Drama, Dance and Physical education.  Shows... > View Profile