Circus Sensible
Circus Days in Buckinghamshire

Circus Days in Buckinghamshire

Circus Days

Circus days for Schools & Events. Circus Skills Workshop Days & Big Top Days for Festivals, Fairs, Schools, Fundraisers, Corporate events, Parties etc. Suitable for all ages & Events. We travel all over the UK.

Big Top Days

Days with our Beautiful Big Tops include two person Comedy Circus Shows in the Big Top for up to 300 children & adults, plus structured or drop in Circus Skills Workshops all day. Our Big Tops need level, well drained grass with no underground pipes or cables and with access for our van right up to the site. We need 2-3 hours to set up and an hour to take down.

Circus Skills Days

Circus Skills Workshop Days include a Show/Demonstration, plus Circus Skills Workshops in groups or as a drop in activity. Skills vary but can include Juggling with balls, scarves and clubs, Plate spinning, Poi, Devilstick, Chinese Diabolo, beginners Stilts, Feather balancing, Cigar boxes, Chinese ribbons etc. Unicycle and Tightrope can be included on request.

Circus in Schools

Circus Skills workshops in Schools are suitable for Nursery, Primary, Secondary Schools and Colleges, and can be integrated into many areas of the School curriculum. All our staff are very experienced, have a wide range of Circus and performance skills and have CRB certificates. We have full Public Liability Insurance and can supply Risk Assessments on request. Circus Sensible also run many other workshops, such as Percussion workshops, African Dance workshops and Magic workshops. For details of all our workshops please explore our website or send us a message.

Brain Training

"Complex tasks such as juggling produce significant changes to the structure of the brain, according to scientists at Oxford University. In the journal, Nature Neuroscience, the scientists say they saw a 5% increase in white matter - the cabling network of the brain." In brief, learning a new skill such as Juggling can hard wire our brains to work better and faster! Circus skills help develop and improve concentration skills. This is particularly evident in those children with shorter attention spans. When we run Circus skills workshops in schools the teachers are often amazed that one or more children who usually have a problem concentrating are doing better than anyone else in the class! Learning Circus skills also offers great benefits in terms of physical co-ordination and physical fitness. Circus workshops fit very well into the school curriculum under PE and co-ordination development. In fact there are many areas where Circus workshops offer great opportunities for curriculum enrichment.

Recent Venues in Bucks

Lent Rise School, Burnham - Big Top Day | Iver Village Junior School, Bucks - Circus Workshops | Manor Green School, Maidenhead - a week of Circus Workshops | Putteridge High School, Luton - Circus Workshops | Chalfont Valley E-Act Primary Academy, Bucks - Circus Skills | Chesham Preparatory School, Orchard Leigh - Circus Workshops | Princes Risborough Primary School, Buckinghamshire - Circus day | Griffin House Preparatory School, Aylesbury - Circus Skills Workshops | Booker Park School, Aylesbury - Big Top Day in School | Ash Hill Primary School, High Wycombe - Big Top Day | Penn School, Buckinghamshire - Circus and Percussion workshops | Widmer End School, High Wycombe - Big Top Day | The Barn, Amersham - Circus Entertainment | Booker Park School, Aylesbury - Circus Skills | Thorpe House, Gerrards Cross - Big Top Day | Wendover Woods, Aylesbury - 3 days of Walkabout Entertainment | Love Food Live, Great Missenden - Circus Workshops | Our Lady of Peace Infant and Nursery School, Slough - Circus Skills | Millside School, Slough - Circus Workshops | Marish Primary School, Slough - Circus Skills Workshops | Willow Primary School, Slough - Circus Day | Queensmere Observatory Shopping Centre - Circus Entertainment | Griffin House Prep School, Aylesbury, Bucks - Circus Workshops | Belmont Community School, Buckinghamshire - Circus Skills Workshops | Godstowe School, High Wycombe, Bucks - Big Top Days | Weston Turville Village Hall, Bucks - Circus Workshops | Davenies School, Beaconsfield - Circus Workshops | Yewtree Primary School, Hemel Hempstead - Circus Workshops | Dundale Primary School and Nursery, Tring - Big Top Days |
Circus Skills encourage creative thinking
Circus Skills reinforce positive learning
Circus Skills enhance kinaesthetic skills
Circus Skills instil enthusiasm in the learning process
Circus Skills boost self confidence
Circus Skills aid social & personal development
Circus skills promote cross curricular education
Circus Skills aid the formation of grey matter in the brain
Circus Skills are a fun gateway into physical education
Learning Circus Skills develops language skills
Circus Skills increases self esteem &self awareness
Circus Skills are fun, for children AND adults!
Activities such as Circus skills have been used with great success as an educational tool, as an aid to learning as well as therapeutically with children at risk and with children with special needs. Autistic children have been observed to respond particularly well to Circus skills in schools. Circus skills are an opportunity for children and adults to discover and develop skills such as Concentration, Information retention, Concept visualisation, hand eye co-ordination and self awareness. These skills can then be used in many other settings including social situations and in conventional educational settings whilst learning the core subjects.