Children’s University is a programme which aims to recognise and celebrate the learning children do outside school hours. Each child who chooses to become a member of the programme will receive a “Passport to learning” and be able to collect hours of learning from a range of school activities and from organisations outside school, which have been validated as providers of high quality, learning experiences.
Activities such as sport, swimming and music lessons, museums and theatre events and after school clubs qualify, as do learning activities at Brownies or Sea Cadets for example and school will advise the credit to be awarded to each activity.
The Children’s University co-ordinator in school is Mrs. Bradley (Engagement Officer) will keep a record of hours gained and at the end of the year, there will be a graduation event, where the children’s achievements will be recognised and celebrated.
We know many of our parents/guardians make great efforts to ensure the children get involved in our school activities and this programme.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me.
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