What is the Children’s University?
Children’s University is an accreditation scheme that recognises rewards and celebrates activities that children and young people participate in outside of school hours.
The university is a significant part of a path to Lifelong Learning. Rather than a physical entity, the concept involves awarding young people credits for a range of out of school hours activities between the ages of five and nineteen, such ‘credits’ accumulating into a set of sequential awards.
Staff take a register at the beginning of each session as a record of attendance. At the end of term these registers are sent to the Children’s University who keep a record of the out of school activities until pupils leave their secondary school.
We offer a range of clubs to interest all of our learners. The clubs offered are reviewed on a termly basis.