Circus Workshops

Are you looking for a fun and engaging Circus Workshop in the North East?

Paul is a great choice of Circus Workshop provider. With over 15 years of professional experience you can be sure that Paul will bring high quality teaching and a ton of great times. If you are looking for circus skills for in schools, at a birthday party or at a festival you are in the right place. 

If you are learning to juggle, spin a plate,  throw a flowerstick or balance a diabolo,  Paul will help you build the skill and make it fun.

Birthday Parties
Show and Try

Ideal for 6, 7 and 8 years.
A funny 30 minute circus and magic show, followed by a 30 minute circus skills workshop in your party venue.

 From £170. Up to 25 participants

Circus Stories

Promoting literacy and circus skills.

Dramatic, magical telling of tales of the circus, coupled with learning of physical skills and games in primary schools.

Designed for KS1 curriculum integration with PE and Phonics

School circus workshop, birthday party and festival specialist.
Paul is insured through Equity and has a valid Enhanced DBS check. Risk assessments for all activities are available.

You can call Paul directly to have a chat about the best way to use a circus workshop at your event. Paul works delivering Circus Workshops across Newcastle and the North East and knows a great team to employ for larger events.
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Why Circus Skills?

Circus skills, such as juggling, manipulation and balance props, can provide numerous benefits for children. Not only are they fun and entertaining, but they can also help develop important physical, mental, and social skills. 

Juggling can improve children’s hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. Manipulation props requires a high level of hand-eye coordination, as well as precise control of hand movements. Practicing juggling can help children develop these skills, which can then be useful in a wide range of activities, including sports, music, and art. In addition, circus can also help children improve their balance and overall body control  or physical literacy, as they learn to move their bodies in sync with the required movements.
Secondly, learning circus skills like juggling can boost children’s confidence and self-esteem. Juggling can be challenging, especially when starting out, but with practice, children can see tangible progress and improvement. This can give them a sense of achievement and boost their confidence in their abilities. Additionally, performing in front of others, whether in a group or individually, can help children develop their public speaking and performance skills, which can be valuable in many areas of life.
Thirdly, circus can help children develop their creativity and problem-solving skills. Circus requires a certain level of creativity, as children must come up with new and interesting ways to juggle different objects or perform different tricks. Additionally, circus skills can help children develop their problem-solving ability, as they learn to anticipate and adjust to the movements of the objects they are juggling. This can help them develop their critical thinking skills and improve their ability to solve problems in other areas of life.
Finally, learning circus skills like juggling can be a great way for children to socialize and make new friends. Many juggling groups exist where children can practice and perform together, which can help them develop their teamwork and communication skills. Additionally, juggling can be a fun and engaging activity that can help children connect with others who share their interests.
The benefits of learning circus skills for children are many and varied. From physical development to improved confidence and social skills, juggling can help children in numerous ways. Whether for fun or as a serious pursuit, learning circus skills can be a valuable and enriching experience for children of all ages and many adults too.