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Children's University

The Phoenix Primary School are passionate about encouraging children to explore new learning opportunities and want to celebrate ALL children’s learning experiences. The Children’s University is an initiative created to encourage participation in extra-curricular activities in and outside of school. 

 

The Essex Children’s University want to achieve the following outcomes for every child that takes part: 

 

  • They feel they have grown in confidence and self-belief.
  • They have enjoyed new experiences, in new places and want to keep exploring.
  • They believe they have a broader range of essential skills.
  • They feel empowered to make positive choices about their future.
  • They see that learning is fun, aspirational and lifelong.
  • They feel their eyes have been opened to a multiplicity of learning activities and opportunities.
  • They feel celebrated for their commitment to learning by their family, school and community.

 

Every child that is a member of the Children’s University is issued with their own ‘Passport to Learning’. This is used to record their participation in extra-curricular activities. Members are also given an online portal login to record and collect their stamps online. The children will be working towards National Certificates which “recognise, reward and celebrate their achievements”. Passports will be collected every half term for participation hours to be counted.

 

At the end of the school year, we will hold a Children’s University Graduation Ceremony which celebrates the children's learning and exploring, and certificates of learning are awarded.

 

If you are interested in joining the Children’s University or have any questions please do not hesitate to ask Miss Larking.

 

For more information: www.childrensuniversity.co.uk 

 

 

Learning Destinations

 

Below is a list of formal Learning Destinations where children can gain learning stamps. If you attend external clubs and activities which are not a member of Children's University, below is a 'postcard' you can print and give to learning providers to formally sign up as a Learning Destination.

 

Don't worry if your club or activity isn't a Learning Destination, your learning hours will still count and a stamp can be given at school.

 

Children's University Challenges

 

Children's University challenges are activities you can do at home and outside of school. They will also tell you how many learning stamps you can gain for each one, just make sure you take some pictures of what you have done. 

 

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