The clowns in training will keep visitors entertained while honing the skills needed to become a professional clown; from juggling, plate spinning to magic tricks and balloon modelling.
The clown apprentices are from Fife – based Team Challenge Company, one of the leading Corporate Team Building and Entertainment Companies in the UK.
Gerard Crowley, co-director of Team Challenge Company said: “Team Challenge Company is very excited about our upcoming Clown Workshops at Deep Sea World in North Queensferry.
“Our experienced and enthusiastic team will be entertaining up to 50 children a week, teaching circus skills including juggling, plate spinning and diablo tricks.
“Deep Sea World is a great day out and we know our popular Clown Workshops will lead to an even more memorable and exciting day for school children,” he added.
The joint initiative is part of a new weekday activity programme – Fishy Fun Time that will be running at Deep Sea World from 23rd February until 20th March.
Deep Sea World’s Kerry Myers said: “We are really excited about our new Fishy Fun time programme and the unique opportunity to work with TCC to take Charlie the Clownfish to Clown School alongside their clown apprentices.”
The programme sees local children’s entertainers bringing their underwater themed classes to Scotland’s national aquarium Monday to Thursday from 10am to 12noon.
The line-up includes Jo Jingles for music and movement fun, Doodle & Splat for arts and crafts, Jo Jo’s Little Party People with TinyTots Corner and the Clown School.