How does Children's University Scotland work?
We provide a framework to recognise and celebrate learning that takes place outside the classroom.
We give children aged 5-14 a Passport to Learning. They use this to collect credits for taking part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities. These could be in school (but before or after normal lessons), or outside school at evenings, weekends and during holidays. When children collect enough credits they gain certificates and awards, presented at a Children's University graduation at one of our local centres.
Children's University connects the dots between school and family learning.
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