Norfolk Children’s University currently has over 240 recognised ‘Learning Destinations’ including Norfolk museums (with free entry for passport holders), art, sport and outdoor clubs.
There is a list below of all the current Learning Destinations around Norfolk where young people can take part in Children’s University approved learning activities and gain stamps in their passports.
There is also a guide for Learning Destinations to tell you more about Children’s University and what becoming a Learning Destination involves.
If you are a parent or child that would like an after school club to become a Learning Destination please pass the Guide for Learning Destinations to the organiser and ask them to contact us.
All libraries have special Norfolk Children’s University activities. Just ask any member of staff, including on our mobile libraries – all the accredited activities in libraries are free.
Norfolk School Library Service (SLS) supports Children’s University by encouraging Reading for Pleasure in children’s free time.
Norfolk SLS can run bespoke Reading Groups during the school day for individual primary schools or a cluster of schools. These reading groups
are particularly effective for transition, for Year 6 children from a cluster to meet each other, for example, at the cluster high school.
How the reading group works
There are two models:
Schools pay for these reading groups by purchasing tokens from Services for Schools
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org - 01603 222265
All Beaver, Cub and Scout Groups in Norfolk have been approved as Children's University Learning Destinations.
If you are a Guide or Scout leader and would like to start awarding hours, you will need to order a stamp to validate activities in passports. Please email us at email@example.com to request an order form.
* Free entry for Passport Holders
Little Bobbers Swim School
31 Howard Way, Aylsham, Norfolk, NR11 6XD
The organisations listed below have all been approved by Norfolk Children’s University because they provide high-quality, engaging, fun, out-of hours learning for groups of school pupils. They can provide activities in your school setting or in their own venues.