COVID-19 Workshop Guidance

Helping us all to stay safe.

As communities around the world are struggling with Coronavirus (COVID-19), I wanted to reach out and address concerns about the virus and the steps we are taking in our workshops to continue our focus on keeping people safe and healthy.

Our number one priority is the safety of our practitioners, and the students and staff we work with at the schools and venues we visit across the country. Working with children means we have always followed strict hygiene protocols. We have reinforced these in line with the latest government guidelines.

Our practitioners will wash their hands on arrival at your school or venue and on frequent occasions throughout their visit with you. Please ensure you inform our practitioners of the location of bathrooms or hand wash facilities on their arrival. All of our practitioners are supplied with hand sanitiser gel for use when required.

During our workshops, a small number of the participants may handle props. We will ensure that any prop handling is kept to a minimum and that our props are cleaned prior to the workshop. We recommend that all workshop participants wash their hands before and after attending the session.

In the event that you need to cancel the workshop due to school or venue closures, we will endeavour to arrange a new date to visit your school or venue and run the session. Likewise, if our practitioners cannot visit your school or venue due to illness, we will inform you as soon as possible and rearrange your workshop to the soonest available date (following government guidelines on isolation periods).

We are closely monitoring the situation to make sure we are taking all precautions to protect our audiences and practitioners alike.

Thank you for taking the time to read this message.


Kind regards,


Laura & Adrian

The Imagining History Team

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