The Children’s University is an international critically-acclaimed charity which encourages all children aged 5 to 14 years to try new experiences, develop new interests and acquire new skills through participation in innovative and creative Learning Activities outside of the school day. Learning Activities are designed to:
Any child, aged 5 to 14 years can join us and, when issued with a Children's University passport to learning, is able to take part in Children's University validated learning activities and experiences.
Celebrating achievement is important to us. Each hour of Children's University validated learning they complete brings the child closer to Children's University graduation certificate, presented at a locally organised Children's University gradutaion ceremony.
Children's University Learning Destinations
Children’s University learning destinations are places and organisations that provide high quality learning activities that are approved by and validated by the Children’s University.
Children’s University passport to learning enable children to travel to a range of Children’s University learning destinations, both locally, nationally and internationally, collecting stamps as they go.
What are the benefits to my child?
Through participation in fun, high quality learning experiences, we aim to grow inquisitive, confident, independent children and learners. It’s about enjoyment, and a sense of achievement for all. Membership to the children’s University provides each child with access to a great range of quality assured learning provision, including
More information about public learning destinations that provide memorable, fun and good quality learning can be found at the Children’s University website.
Is there a Children’s University Membership cost?
Yes – the cost of a Children’s University Membership for each child is £5 for which each child receives:
Membership is renewed each time a new passport to learning is required. On average we find this is once every eighteen months.
Pupil premium children at Mead Vale will have a Children’s University passport to learning provided for them.
Where can I find out more?
The West of England’s Children’s University is funded and delivered by UWE Bristol. Visit our websitefor full details and information about your local Children’s University and to register your interest in membership for your child/children.
Our school friends:
Children’s University North Somerset is proud to be working with the children, families and staff of:
To celebrate the out-of-school learning the pupils take part in!
Our partner organisations:
Children’s University North Somerset would like to thank the fantastic support of our validated Learning Destinations, including: