Peterborough Central Library

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Contact Details:
Elaine Wilkinson
Contact Email:
reading@vivacity-peterborough.com
Website:
www.vivacity-peterborough.com/libraries-and-archives/
Address:
Broadway, Peterborough,
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Code Club
AIM: to introduce children to computer coding in a fun and social setting. WHAT HAPPENS: children register with code club and work through different levels at their own pace, making games and animations. Web based learning with support from our volunteers Free, but pre-booking is essential visit the what’s on pages on www.vivacity-peterborough.com This Club is hosted by volunteers. 7-11 year olds with an accompanying parent or carer Fortnightly in term time Saturday 1.30-2.45pm Visit the website www.vivacity-peterborough.com for session dates.
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Age Range: 7 - 11
Normal Number of CU Learning Hours: minutes
Availability:
7
11
Summer Reading Challenge 2018
Research at national level has shown that participation in the Summer Reading Challenge means that children perform better at school on their return to studies after the summer break. It is a great way to get children enthusiastic about reading more – it can encourage them to read different authors, different genres as well as books written by the favourite author. Reading books and talking about the books they read also leads to a progression in their writing skills. Children can research their favourite authors online to find out more about them and how they became writers, this may inspire some of them to become writers themselves. Children are invited to participate in our annual Summer Reading Challenge. This is a national promotion organised by the Reading Agency. There is a different theme each year. Young people (the scheme is primarily aimed at 4-11 year olds) are invited to register for the challenge and then choose, read and review six books of their choice during the school summer holidays. Participants collect incentives along the way and all those who complete six books are given a certificate to mark their achievement. Earn up to 10 hours for taking part! The Reading Agency run a tie in website: summerreadingchallenge.org.uk, where young people can post reviews, pose questions to authors and interact with their peers. Although ultimately it is down to the young people to choose their books, we do try hard to extend children’s range and experience of authors and books and aim to take them out of their “comfort zones” to an extent during the challenge.
Activity Cost:
Age Range: 4 - 11
Normal Number of CU Learning Hours: minutes
Availability:
4
11
Virtual Words Digital Art and Stories 14th and 21st August 2018
Explore the art of telling stories in an exciting new way at these free sessions for children aged 10-18. This summer holiday Central Library will host artists from One to One Development Trust for these exciting sessions exploring virtual reality and digital storytelling. 11 am - 1pm
Activity Cost:
Age Range: 10 - 18
Normal Number of CU Learning Hours: minutes
Availability:
10
18