As a school we actively work with and are supported by Kent Children's University (KCU) in developing and broading our own school curriculum to further meet the needs of our children and their families.
What is the Children's University?
Kent Children's University provides all children aged 5-14 years with the opportunity to take part in exciting and creative learning activities outside of the normal school day. The activities can be before school, during play and lunchtimes, after school, at weekends and during the school holidays.
Every time you attend a Kent Children's University activity, you earn Learning Credits. 1 hour of learning = 1 Learning Credits.
When you achieve 30, 65, 100, 130, 165, 200+ Learning Credits, you can attend a Graduation Ceremony at a Kent University and receive your certificate in front of your friends and family.
If you can study a subject at `grown up' University, you will be able to study it at the Children's University too.
Winter Challenge 2016
Please see the attachments below to see the activities for the Winter Challenge for this year!
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch via the school (Miss Pryke) or to KCU direct.
Strategic Projects and Partnerships Advisor (Manager of Kent Children’s University)
Kent County Council
+44 (0)3000 417232