Kids can attend Wizard School in Glasgow during October holidays

October 5th, 2017 by Sandy

Children, who are budding sorcerers, can join a wizarding extravaganza during the October school holidays. Wizard School will be run everyday from 17th to 19th October at the Scotland Street School Museum in Glasgow. There will be 2 classes in a day. One from 1pm to 2pm and the other from 3pm to 4pm.

The visitor centre at the Scotland Street School Museum is inviting kids to an opportunity to practice magic, dressed in pointed hats and spectacles. They will learn the art of wand waving, studying spells, potion making, chanting enchantments and levitation.

There will be many other wizard-themed activities, while aspiring wizards are in the classes, around Scotland Street School Museum. Find magic themed storytelling, owl handling, pixie parachutes, arts and crafts. Many are expected to join the class and other activities at the first Wizarding Workshop this year, during the half term school holidays.

Councillor at the chair of Glasgow Life, David Mc Donald, said they are delighted to launch the workshop at the Museum on the 20th anniversary of the first publication of a Harry Potter book. He believed that wizardry sessions will have kids get up early, asking to go to school, adding that it’s free classes and bookings are open, but anyone can just pop-in for all other activities to join the fun.

Places at the classes are limited to 60 per session and can be reserved by an email to- For more info call to phone No:0141 287 0500. Or you can browse the Glasgow Museum website (