Scouts:A fun and challenging evening keeping the Scouts engaged and immersed in learning new skills.
A great opportunity for the leaders to sit back (or join in!) and watch their Scouts learn how to balance a feather on their hand, finger, shoulder & face. This workshop is always a favourite even at this age.
Next up, we can either teach them the easy way of juggling with 3 objects by using juggling scarves which float as they drop (this slows the pattern down making it a much simpler way of learning), followed by teaching them how to juggle 3 juggling balls. Alternatively, we can then teach them either plate spinning and tricks or diabolo and tricks.
We finish the evening with some ‘free’ time where the Scouts can have a go at some of the other equipment we bring along. E.G. Bucket stilts, mini bikes, pedal racers, diabolos, flower sticks, hoola-hoops & even some unicycles. (Equipment used will be at the discretion of your instructor). Circus Skills is a positive experience, helping them to grow in confidence and self-esteem.
- £160.00 for a 1 - 2 hour session with one group
- £250.00 for a 2 - 3 hour session with two groups E.G. Beavers followed by Cubs or Cubs followed by Scouts (£125.00 per group)
- £330.00 for three groups E.G. Beavers, Cubs and finish with Scouts (£110.00 per group)
- £350 for a full day (usually 10am - 4pm)
What our Scouts customers say about us:
Steve was great with all ages and the Scouts really enjoyed the experience
Dear Steve, Thank you so much for coming to run the workshop for our Scouts on Friday evening. They all had a fantastic time. I particularly liked your structured approach to instruction and the little physiological and scientific insights that you dropped in. It's not easy to deal with a large group of 30 excited young people but you handled it really well and also found time to work with them on a one-to-one basis.\nWe had a lot of fun and now have a much better appreciation of the level of expertise and practice required to develop circus skills. It's nowhere near as easy as you make it look! Regards, Malcolm