About Us

Education Group is the world’s leading provider of interactive workshops for children. Since 1996 we have delivered our exciting workshops to millions of children across three continents and continue to set the standards as the market leader. 


Education Group offers 40 types of creative workshops, school assemblies and after-school activities in primary and secondary schools across England, Wales and Australia.

Thousands of schools have experienced our range of workshops as part of special celebrations, such as Black History Month, Diwali and Christmas or as part of a school fundraising event.

We offer a wide range of curriculum-based workshops including music, dance, science, history and the arts. We collaborate with experts to develop our workshops. For example, our Forensic Science workshop was developed with the UK's Head of Forensic Intelligence and our Anti-bullying workshop was developed in partnership with Bullying Intervention Group.

We work with approximately 3,000 schools a year. Our facilitators work with a class at a time, up to eight in a day. Often the day culminates in a performance.

We provide equipment and materials for every child to take part. The majority of the workshops are interactive, when it's safe and appropriate (Silly Science is a demonstration with audience participation). Getting involved is a great way to learn and retain information. 

Education Group has personally recruited, trained and assessed every facilitator to deliver our own workshops. Our facilitators are the best in their field, usually professional actors, musicians, dancers and scientists. 

A significant proportion of our income is reinvested in developing cutting edge educational resources, such as our Virtual Reality workshops.

Take a look at our testimonials from schools local to you, read our Twitter feed, browse our workshops by subject or match them to a special celebration event. We look forward to hearing from you; our planning team is ready to organise inspiring and memorable days for you and your children.

For further information or to discuss a workshop please contact us using our contact form.

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