HARPFIEL D PRIMARY Why did we get involved with Childrens University? Why don't you just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead? Fun & enjoyment
Increase engagement and participation Offer opportunities beyond the curriculum Enrichment of the curriculum Work towards a specific goal Raising aspirations Gain confidence Raise achievement What did we do? Asked the children which activities they would like us to offer
Audit skills of staff and plan how we could deliver. Chair of Governors trained to validate clubs Validated all activities Changed the timing of the school day to allow for more learning beyond the school day. Club Show School Wii Club Booster Club Cheerleading Origami
Culture Club Take the Stage French Year Group Trip N Theatre, Farm, Reservoir
R Theatre, Blue Planet, Reservoir 1 Blue Planet, MISP 2 Theatre
3 Etruria Industrial Museum, Community Cohesion x 4 (Newstead & Stoke Minster), BT Paralympic World Cup, Olympic Torch Relay 4 Theatre, Lego land, Manchester Museum of Science & Industry,
Dance 12, Vue Cinema, BT Paralympic World Cup, Olympic Torch Relay. 5 Theatre, Jodrell Bank, Chester, Gladstone Pottery Museum, Etruria Industrial Museum, Thistley Hough Science Transition, BT Paralympic World Cup, Olympic Torch Relay, (Visitors include Andrew Billington
Photography & Phillip Hardaker Ceramic Artist) Chess Football Cross Country Table Tennis Time4Sport Film Club Netball
MyMaths 6 Creativity Club Theatre, Crucial Crew, Spode, Stanley Head [High Ropes, Challenge Wall, Archery, Mountain Biking, Expedition, Bouldering, Canoeing, Raft Building, Orienteering, Nightline], Vue Cinema, Brampton, BT Paralympic World Cup, Olympic
Family Learning FAMILY LEARNING EXPERIENCES OFFERED TO ALL CHILDREN ACROSS THE SCHOOL Family Maths, Family Literacy, Stoke Speaks Out, Family Technology,
Robotics, Puppet Workshop, First Aid, Flare for Fashion, Caribbean Cook & Eat, African Crafts,
Bugs & Butterflies, Lets Be Creative, Spanish with Dora, Music Fun & Games. IMPACT Fantastic relationships between staff and children
Quality learning experiences beyond the classroom Significant increased participation in activities beyond school hours. Commitment Love of learning Increased confidence Improved achievement as these values and qualities embed in all aspects of a childs life. A belief in themselves that they can succeed School attainment: Combined
L4+ in English & Maths. 2009 2010 2011 2012 23% 50% 52% 80% The power of the Childrens
University has given us the confidence to take the next steps for the children at Harpfield. We are now moving towards a child negotiated curriculum. In a nutshell: The Children Decide What I know already....... What I would like to know....
How can I find out? Where can we visit to find out more? Themed activity days working with other schools in the community validated. Learning and having fun at
school and after school. Children, staff and parents learning together. And then of course its ........... Childrens University is a significant organisation and continues to grow meaning that many many more young people have even more opportunities to engage.
We hope that many of our graduates go on to become the next generation of Volunteers for Childrens University Without the volunteers and organisers who are involved with Childrens University our children would not be getting all of these amazing opportunities.
We would like to say a great BIG HEARTY THANKYOU to you all Making a difference and being part of the legacy.
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