Children's University news and photos
If you do anything amazing with your passport, we’d love to hear about it.
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By the end of summer we will have held a total of 31 graduations since the start of 2018!
We have seen well over 1,000 Norfolk children graduate so far this year with hundreds more expected. We have been supported by some excellent new venues such as:
As well as continuing to work with wonderful venues such as:
- University of East Anglia
- College of West Anglia
- Norwich City Football Club
- The Atrium in North Walsham
- St George's Theatre, Great Yarmouth
We have been lucky enough to have some wonderful individuals and learning destinations attend our ceremonies, including the excellent Dr Ken Farquhar, the fantastic TKF Karate School, some wonderful dance schools such as Grease Paint Academy, Slanted Dance and NabJab. We also had special guests, including Alexander Gordon Smith and Isabella King who are inspiring children's authors, and Diane from Forensic Minds, along with Mandy from The Little Story Telling Company.
At the Children’s University we believe that learning can and should be fun.
Why not check out these fantastic online quizzes, jokes, competitions, games and puzzles which prove that learning can be fun.
- Learn why they were Rotten Romans and Terrible Tudors with the Horrible Histories team
- What better way to improve your spelling and vocabulary than these wordsearches and crosswords from the BBC Literacy team?
- Barnaby Bear is there to help you understand more about weather, maps, Britain and recycling
- Forestry Commission England - follow a trail and complete the ‘Discover your forest’ activity
- Night Zookeeper - write creative stories, invent unique characters and learn pretty much anything by completing interactive and fun activities
- The Principia Space Diary - make your own book as you learn about space
- The Woodland Trust - visit your local woods and complete one of the ‘Nature Detective’ challenges