Work in schools
Articulacy professionally design and deliver workshops with nationally recognised qualifications in communication skills to pupils and staff within:
- primary schools
- secondary schools
- further education, and
- higher education
These workshops are tailored to specific needs and we can work closely with you to achieve the required outcomes for your students.
We deliver our workshops in a non-traditional format where our students are required to take a full and active part in the week and have complete ownership of everything they deliver for their final exams.
Our most popular workshops include:
- 5 day workshops with qualifications
- Speaking and Listening
- Interview Skills
- Holiday activity weeks
Benefits to students
Nationally recognised qualification with trackable progression routes.
Qualifications in the latter stages carry UCAS points.
- Self-esteem and self-awareness
- Ability to communicate at all levels
- Understanding of the job market
- Enhanced interview technique
- Team work
Team games – Team games are used to encourage the students to talk and listen to each other. They must reach agreements and support each other in order to successfully achieve the outcomes of the game.
Modelling/demonstration – Most of the students do not understand what we require from them and we model/ demonstrate all the different aspects of the exam.
Discussion – The students discuss and debate each other’s’ topics of interest in order to encourage respect and listening skills.
One to one – All of the students receive a lot of 1:1 attention from the tutor and also the student ambassadors. We listen to their problems, their ideas and respect what they tell us. As a result of this over time we had had various ‘disclosures’ which reflect the amount of trust that is given and earned throughout the week.
Student Ambassadors – The student ambassadors are excellent support throughout the week and the pupils enjoy their input. The pupils and ambassadors relate to each other and the SAs are excellent role models for them.
Positive language – Students are taught to exclude negative language and are only permitted to use positive language throughout the week. They are expected at all times to express themselves and talk about themselves and each other in a positive way. Many of them see themselves in a completely different way by the end of the week because of this approach.
You tube – Examples of good and bad speakers. Poets speaking their own poetry e.g. Michael Rosen
A week-long workshop with exams and qualifications for 13 students will cost:
Price on application, please contact us
- Next Steps South West for Year 9 pupils depending upon eligibility
- Pupil Premium funding
- Extra-curricular budget
- Parent/guardian contributio
Find out more
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on workshops available or if you would like a bespoke package. We can also run workshops without qualifications for negotiable package prices.
Contact email@example.com for information on Next Steps funding and eligibility.