In this section you will find articles relating to developments
across the organisation as a whole. If your organisation is
interested in finding our more about our work, please contact our
office in Manchester in the first instance.
Last year we announced a new partnership with The Reading
Agency, which meant that Passport To Learning holders were able to
gain stamps in their learning passports for taking part in the
Summer Reading Challenge and reading up to 6 books. Now this year
we're extending this partnership to include both the Summer Reading
Challenge and Chatterbooks!
Universities will offer campus trips and workshops to pupils as
young as seven, as part of a new drive to encourage young people
from poor backgrounds to consider staying on in education once
they've finished school.
Please click on 'Read more' to find out about new CU validated
activities by BBC Outreach.
Please click on 'Read more' to read our latest publication:
Achievements and Developments 2013!
InForm is a series of papers whose purpose is to capture
significant ideas and events that enhance our understanding of
leadership, learning and their inter-relationship.
Children's University Chief Executive Ger Graus urges educators
to revisit the Reggio Emilia principles about learning and consider
its approach for the children of today...
Welcome to the Children's University (CU) Trust's fifth birthday
party! In April 2007 the CU was established with the financial
support of the Department for Education and the Sutton Trust. And
now look where we are...
This year a partnership was announced between the Reading Agency
and the Children's University, which meant that children reading
books for the Summer Reading Challenge were able to get their
passports stamped at their local library and earn up to ten hours
of Children's University learning for completing the Challenge.
Awarded to a small charity that has made a big impact with an
innovative project or projects. Only charities with annual incomes
of up to £1m are eligible for this award.
The National Science + Engineering Competition is looking for
projects from 11-18 year olds in the UK. Do you have a project you
want to enter? Please click on 'Read more' to find out more.
2012 Children's University