Circus workshops are ideal for schools, guide and scout groups and even for keeping the little ones entertained at weddings (Although the adults normally end up getting just as involved aswell!). Suitable age ranges are from 3 upwards, even younger children can try plate spinning, mini stilts and basic juggling skills. Sessions can last from one hour up to a whole school day.

One of Steve the jugglers newer style of circus workshops is aimed at older children such as secondary schools from age 11 right up to sixth formers. In this circus workshop Steve focuses on key themes such as Resilience and Perseverance. Steve will discuss the art of practicing something and encourage the participants to try skills they haven't tried before and encourage them to try things and not worry about failing in order that they succeed at the task they have set themselves. They can then use this to apply to other hobbies and interests they have and also in their school work. The main focus of this circus workshop is teaching them not to be afraid of failure when they try to succeed at anything.

For primary and infant schools the circus workshop is presented in a structured manner, where Steve the juggler teaches the children plate spinning, juggling, diabolos and many other circus skills. This style of circus workshop is presented in a way that is acheivable and so that each child feels they have achieved something through the session. A school circus day includes a fun show at the start of the day and then the children are taught in their seperate class groups. Steve has provided circus skills workshops to schools all around the country and has an enhanced DBS certificate, risk assessments and public liability insurance.