The Wildlife Trust
30 Days Wild Challenge
The Wildlife Trust is a learning destination with Children's University. There are a few activity sheets that you can take part in over the half term and into June. For more information on the 30 Days Wild Challenge go to:- http://action.wildlifetrusts.org/page/20877/petition/1
You can collect Stamps for your Passports for completing different activities. Join in with the half term challenge where you can earn 7 stamps!
New Website address for Children's University https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/business-partners/partnerships/childrens-university,
Follow the link above to find out about the amazing opportunities with Children's University and remember the Graduation Ceremony is in October so please update the school office with your current hours achieved.
The Graduation Award Ceremony dates have been confirmed as 20th - 22nd October 2016. More details to follow. Please remember to bring your Passports to the school office every 30 - 35 hours to enable us to issue you with your next certificate (Part A of the Passport gives you more information). All hours need to be counted and verified by 19th September as this is the closing date for a place at the Award Ceremony.
Invites have already been sent out to this year's graduates! The big event will take place in the Theatre Royal on Monday 9th November at 7pm sharp. Please time your arrival so that you are comfortably seated by 6:45 as there are a lot of awards to get through.
If you have let forgotten all about your passport recently, now's the time to dig it out and start collecting hours for next time - it could be you up on that stage!
Each year the Local Authority hold a graduation ceremony for children who have collected over 100 hours in their Children's University Passports.
The form below needs to be completed when your child has collected 30, 60, 80, 100, 130+ hours and returned to the school office. These can be completed at any time of the year.
New passports are now available from the school office, priced at £2 each.