May half-term Workshops at Bright Young Things Harrow
Bright Young Things tuition centre in Harrow is excited to announce dates for their next half-term events at the end of May! These workshops are fun, free and educational; and are designed for children of all abilities from age 4-9. These include story-telling, spelling bee competitions, creative writing and marvellous maths! All workshops will take place in our centre in Harrow, and require pre-booking either via email or telephone. See our Harrow tuition page for more info.
For children aged 10 upwards, we will have our regular 11+ revision courses running over the Summer. Please get in touch for details.
Please see below for our May workshops:
Story telling (Wed 1st June – Fri 3rd June, 10am – 11am)
Join our storytelling workshop to listen to weird and wonderful stories that spark the imagination. Have a go at sharing ideas, coming up with different endings, discussing characters and plot lines, and finding out what’s going to happen next! Perfect for book-lovers.
Marvellous Maths (31st May 1pm – 2pm, 3rd June 1pm – 2pm)
Join our marvellous maths workshop and conquer adding, subtracting and multiplication. Overcome those tricky areas in our fun and engaging workshop, so you can show off to all your friends! A fun and interactive group session to practise and strengthen young maths skills.
Creative writing (Wed 1st June 12pm – 1.30pm)
This half-term, we’re taking a trip around the globe! Join us for an island-hopping creative writing adventure, where we will create a team of daring adventurers, take them on a nerve-wracking adventure, and maybe even have time to send a postcard home. Our creative writing workshops are perfect for stretching the imagination, encouraging creativity, and focusing on adding detail into your writing. Great for practising spelling, grammar and punctuation too!
Spelling Bee (Fri 3rd June 2.30pm – 3.30pm)
Join our fun and competitive Spelling Bee competition this half-term! The Spelling Bee competition is aimed to help students improve their spelling, increase their vocabularies, and develop correct English usage. Students study the correct spelling of words from prepared study lists and participate in “round” competition in which contestants are eliminated as they misspell a word.