Beatboxing Workshops / school workshops

School Workshops

Beatboxing workshops are hugely popular in schools. In the school workshops students are taught how to re-create a variety of beatboxing and vocal percussion sounds using nothing but their mouths. By the end of each session all participants are confident in making basic and more complex beats and rhythms increasing confidence and self-esteem.

What’s included in a School workshop?

School workshops includes a relevant warm up and ice-breaker game(s) if necessary. A basic description of what beatboxing is, the history and background behind where it came from, and many of the techniques and tricks involved. Everyone is given the chance to have a go using the equipment and microphones provided. We even encourage a performance in front of the group at the end if the participants feel comfortable. With many of the activities being practical and engaging everyone involved will enjoy being a part of it. All that is required for the school workshops is a good space suitable for the amount of people attending.

Copies of current CRB check and PL Insurance are available on request.

Highly engaging

Students of all ages will enjoy the workshop. It's highly entertaining as well as informative to keep engagement levels high.

Developing skills

The core skills learnt are easily transferred to other instruments.

fun

The workshops are great fun and everyone involved will have a great time learning the skills.

Online workshops

All sessions can also be delivered via Zoom for upto 100 participants.

5/5
"Lee delivered a beatboxing workshop to our young people at a unique setting. Being only 1 of 6 units of it's kind in the UK Lee brought beatboxing into the world of secure mental health. Lee was fantastic with our young people, building a rapport with them very quickly and encouraging them to step out of their comfort zone and try something completely new. Lee adapted to the restrictions instantly and was keen to get all young people involved and not allow any barriers to hinder any engagement. Seeing the enjoyment on our young peoples faces I hope it made Lee's journey down to the south worth while. Bringing staff and young people together for a completely new activity we will definitely be inviting Lee back to Bluebird soon."