Events – Lectures, Workshops, Seminars

I have been besieged this morning by teachers who have come into the library to say how much their classes had enjoyed the workshops

Rachel Johnston, Manor Lodge School, Shenley

!!! NEW TALK FOR 2014 !!!

An introduction to the plays of William Shakespeare with the new What on Earth? Wallbook of Shakespeare

Wallbook author Christopher Lloyd, dressed in a multi-coloured coat of many pockets, offers a range of highly educational and stimulating cross-curricular talks tailored to suit all ages from 6 to adult. He visits schools, colleges, societies and literary festivals throughout the UK and abroad taking audiences through the history of the world, the history of science & engineeringthe story of life on earth,  the story of sport, and the plays of William Shakespeare. He also offers pupil workshops and INSET training (half day or full day) for teachers in UK Primary and Secondary schools on neuroscience, learning, timelines and curriculum integration.

It was great to see you in school and the feedback from the students is tremendous, Sir Mark Grundy, Head, Shireland Academy, Birmingham


An excerpt from Christopher Lloyd’s Science & Engineering Wallbook Workshop

Christopher Lloyd is currently booked up to give talks with his giant Wallbook at the following times and venues throughout the first half of 2014:

      • Friday 17th January - Stratford Upon Avon Home Education Group, contact
      • Tuesday 21st January - Red House Children’s Book Award Discussion Day at Parmiter’s School, Watford,
      • Thursday 23rd / Friday 24th January - Sutton Bonnington School, Notts: Pupil talks and Teacher INSET
      • Wednesday 5th February – Hertfordshire Primary Teachers Conference, Stevenage
      • Wednesday 5th February – Leigh WI, Leigh Village Hall
      • Thursday 6th February – Hawthorne School, Redhill
      • Friday 7th February – Leigh Primary School, Leigh, Kent
      • Monday 10th February – Weston Green School, Thames Ditton (With John Gordon-Reid)
      • Wednesday 12th February – Emmanuel School. Battersea
      • Thursday 13th February – Dr Challoner’s Grammar School, Amersham
      • Friday 28th February – The Beacon School, Amersham
      • Monday 3rd/ Tuesday 4th March – Tring School, Herts
      • Wednesday 5th March – Ashford School, Kent
      • Thursday 6th March, Howe Dell School, Hatfield, Herts
      • Monday 10th March – Newland House School, Twickenham
      • Wednesday 12th – Sunday 16th March – Big Bang Fair, Birmingham NEC
      • Monday 17th March -= Daneshill School, Oxshott
      • Tuesday 18th March – Whitgift School, Croydon
      • Thursday 20th March, Perivale School, Perivale
      • Friday 21st March – Launch of What on Earth? Wallbook of Shakespeare at The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stratford upon Avon (invitation only)
      • Saturday 22nd – Sunday 30th March – FT Oxford Literary Festival, talks everyday
      • Friday 5th April – CLIP Librarians Annual Sminar, Derbyshire
      • Friday 25th April – Robertsbridge Home Education Group
      • Sunday 11th May – Luton Hoo Children’s Festival
      • Tuesday 20th May – Forest Row, Women’s Institute
      • Thursday May 22nd – Shireland Academy, Birmingham
      • Sunday 25th May - Expanding Horizons Conference, Maidenhead
      • Monday 2nd June – Orchard Park School, London
      • Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th June – Knight’s Templar School, Baldock
      • Friday 6th June – Newport Primary School, Essex
      • Monday 9th June – Daneshill School, Shakespeare Day
      • Saturday 14th June, Lewis Children’s Book Group
      • Wednesday 18th June – Leominster Home Educators, at the new What on Earth? Education Centre, Leominster
      • Saturday 21st June – Sunday Times Education Festival, Wellington College, Berkshire
      • Monday 23rd / Tuesday 24th June – Chalke Valley History Festival
      • Wednesday 25th June – Ardingly Children’s Book Festival
      • Friday 27th June – Piggot School, Wokingham
      • Monday 30th June – Barbican Children’s Library , London
      • Tuesday 1st July – The Priory School, Hitchen
      • Wednesday 2nd July - Sy Mary’s School, Henley
      • Friday 4th June – Daneshill School Speech Day
      • Monday 7th July – Basingstoke Home Educators, Spotlight Centre
      • Wednesday 9th July – Shakespeare Spectacular at Stoke School, Ipswich

“I just wanted to say that I was so inspired by your talk at the Federation of Children’s Book Groups Conference in April, that I bought the Wallbook of Sport as soon as it was published.  At school one of the teachers introduced it to the children using a sports bag containing a few tactile objects, which they tried to relate to the facts.  They loved the book, going on to find out more and more for themselves and thoroughly enjoying doing so. They were very excited to hear there was one another Wallbook about the history of the world, which I know has now arrived in the school library ready for the new school year! Thank you!” Shirley Imlach, Broke Hall Primary School, Ipswich


Feedback from teachers and parents and the Oxford Literary Festival, 2014

My 8 year old son has just returned home from hearing Christopher speak in Bath today. When I asked him if it was interesting his reply was “I can’t tell you how interesting as I haven’t a word that can describe it, but it was beyond awesome!”
 
Thank you – Cheryl

“Your brilliant What On Earth talk was without doubt the hit of the weekend” Jo Williamns, Organiser for the Federation of Children’s Books Groups Conference, April 2012

Chris: Thank you for a great evening. It went down a storm!, John Baugh, Headmaster, The Dragon School, Oxford

 

 Christopher Lloyd with the new What on Earth? Wallbook of Sport at the Hartfield Storfest in May 2012

“The school has been humming with chatter about your superb and wonderfully interactive talks and the wallbooks are in constant use. The library tables have wallbooks spread all over them as the children pore over the details and discuss the information – you’ve had an enormously positive impact on them.”  
Nelia Beyers, Librarian, Newton Prep, Battersea, London. January 2012.

 Engaging pupils at the Frankfurt International School, Germany, Summer 2012

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