Children’s University is a charity that works in partnership with schools to develop a love of learning in children. Its aim is to encourage and celebrate participation in extra-curricular activities in and outside of school.
Each year, the number of children taking part in Children’s University at Woodhouse Primary Academy has grown. We currently have over one hundred children in Key Stage two that take part in the scheme. In July, over seventy children graduated and were awarded a certificate by Amy Allen, a special visitor from The University of Wolverhampton. Each child that takes part in the scheme has their own Passport to Learning. The children collect stamps by attending clubs in or out of school. Seventeen children received the silver award for more than 65 hours of points, while 15 children were awarded the gold certificate which is presented for more than 100 hours. We are immensely proud of their achievements. Our awards assembly was well attended by parents and the school choir performed one of their songs.
Many of our CU children are members of the school choir. Others choose to take part in the sporting clubs after school. The children can also attend lunch time clubs or visit the school library. Children can also gain points by visiting other learning destinations such as museums, swimming baths, girl guides brownies and scouts.
To visit the Children's University Website, please click here.