Your school can become a Children’s University® ‘Learning Destination’ if you provide children aged 7-14 years with the opportunity to extend their learning beyond school by participating in a diverse range of out of hour’s club/modules.
Children’s University® can validate what you already provide and register your school as a ‘Learning Destination’
Children use the ‘Passport to Learning’ to collect credits for hours spent participating in out of school activities.
An increasing amount of evidence supports the theory that children who volunteer to learn out side the classroom develop a more positive attitude to learning and achieve greater academic success.
Children’s University® invites schools and other organisations to be involved in a creative way to:
Learning Destinations award credits to children with ‘Passports to Learning’ for each validated club/module they attend. Children receive certificates in school for attendance of each club/module and when the children have achieved 30, 65 and 100 hours they will receive a national Bronze, Silver or Gold certificate (respectively) presented at a Graduation Ceremony in partnership with Doncaster College.
Doncaster Children's University™ is working towards Quality in Study Support (QiSS) recognition, and can help your organisation achieve this too.
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