School Workshops

Join us for a full day here at Seven Stories as we explore our nationally recognised collection of British children's literature through inspiring workshops, imaginative exhibitions and white glove experiences handling original work from our amazing archive. Our years of experience working with diverse audiences have enabled us to develop unique experiences that allow children a real insight into how stories are created. By using our collection we aim to encourage children to look at stories in a different way, to not only see themselves and their communities but to also be inspired to create their own. Head to the links below to choose a workshop or contact the learning team for more information. 


Workshops on the road!

Here at Seven Stories we are passionate about sharing our book knowledge with as many children and teachers as possible. This is why we are launching our unique workshops into schools, they are a perfect way for you to get the Seven Stories experience within your setting! With six workshops to choose from, all inspired by our extensive archive of children’s literature, there’s something for everyone! Head to the links below for available workshops or contact the learning team. 


Workshop outlines


Early Years & KS1

Here at Seven Stories, we understand that early years education is the foundation of a child’s future development. It is in these formative years that a lifelong love of learning is developed and nurtured. Seven Stories is here to support teachers and educators by developing an educational programme that not only encourages a love of reading but supports critical thinking, personal, social, and emotional development, and communication and language skills. We will help to build confidence, resilience and perseverance using a range of different texts, both fiction and non-fiction, role-play, rhymes and poems.  

See available EY workshops


Key Stage 2 

Key Stage 2 sessions place emphasis on widening the depth of knowledge in poetry, plays and non-fiction. We know that a shared experience creates a deeper understanding and progressively helps build a varied and rich vocabulary while helping to develop narratives and character development, which in turn will build confidence in self-expression and awareness of the world around us that will open them up to a world of imagination and love of reading for pleasure. 

See available KS2 workshops


How to book

To arrange a school visit to Seven Stories, please fill out the enquiry form below or contact and a member of our team will be in touch within three working days. You can also call 0300 330 1095 to speak to a member of the team. 

School Booking Enquiry Form