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Special Offer, Richmondshire Schools!

Richmondshire Schools Workshop Discount

Ron Wood

Learning is Fun!

Schools within ten miles of Richmond, North Yorkshire now qualify or an automatic £50 reduction from the cost of any of our fantastic school workshops.

This applies to Seaside Day, Pirate Day, Magic Maths, Roman Day or Puppet Workshops.

I have been delivering workshops in schools on a regular basis for over five years. Although I am extremely busy with many schools re booking year after year, a great deal of my work is in the Midlands, London and the Home Counties.

There are many primary schools in Richmond, Catterick Garrison, Bedale, Leyburn, Darlington, Barnard Castle and the villages close by who will now qualify for a preferential rate.

I am quite keen to do more work in local schools and would welcome calls from teachers who may be considering engaging my services.

If you would like to know more about what I offer or have any questions either fill in the enquiry form (recommended) or try my mobile 07984 495089.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Ron Wood




Working in a classroom

Working in Classrooms

One of the questions teachers often ask me when they are thinking about booking a workshop is whether or not we need to use the school hall. If there will only be one class involved teachers often prefer to work in their own classroom.

A large classroom is fine for most of our workshops but space is always a consideration. The photo below shows our Punch and Judy Show set up for Seaside Day in a classroom.


Punch and Judy Show in a classroom

Punch and Judy set up in a classroom


Most of our workshops can easily be run in a classroom. The only exception is Circus Skills which would need to be in the hall unless the furniture is removed to give the required floor space. They did actually do this for me at one school I visited, however this was an exception.

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