Downloadable Learning Destination Activities
We are working with a number of our national learning partners
to create a range of activities which support children's
independent learning, and can also be used by groups of children
and their families.
To begin the collection we have developed a Forest Trail with
the Forestry Commission and a Creative Arts Explorer pack with
Bigfoot Creative Arts. Details of how to complete the activities
and gain time in the Learning Passport are included within the
We will be adding more activities soon, and would love to hear
your feedback and suggestions for further activities.
Please click on the below links to download the
MY (CHILD'S) KENT CHILDREN'S UNIVERSITY
- You can download cover and review sheets to add to a folder or
scrapbook, documenting each year your child has participated in KCU
activities and opportunities.
- You can complete the sheets with your child each year! It
should make a nice memento of their time with KCU!
- You can download these sheets here.
- You could use this folder/scrapbook to
- KCU certificates and awards
- Graduation photographs
- KCU Challenge evidence
- Evidence from Learning Destinations such as photographs,
activity packs, trails, recommendations and reviews
- Completed downloadable activities from National Children's
University and/or Kent Children's University
- Validated competition entries e.g. 500 Words, Wicked Young
Writers' Award, 100 Million Minute Reading Challenge
KCU SEASONAL CHALLENGES
Kent Children's University produces three seasonal Challenges a
year plus some ad hoc activities for families to enjoy at
home. You can find the current Challenges here.
Our Challenges are suitable for children aged 5-14 but have been
completed by younger and older children.
Support materials and ideas for inspiration can be found on
our Kent Children's University Facebook page.
Why don't you take a look to see what you can find!
You can also find out more about our past KCU Challenges by
visiting our Downloadable Learning Activities
section of the website.
If you would like more information about Kent Children's
University or this Challenge, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 03000 417232
ACTIVITIES TO DOWNLOAD BEFORE VISITING LEARNING
ACTIVITIES TO BE COMPLETED AT HOME AT ANY
You can find the instructions on how to collect the credits
inside the packs:
- EDF The Pod activities - Parents would need to register here to access the
materials. 1 Learning Credit per activity completed (maximum
of 8). Credits issued by KCU.
KCU-PRODUCED TRAILS (with support from local tourist
UPCOMING OPEN DAY AND PUBLIC EVENT
New activities sheets/packs will be added at least 2 weeks
before the event. Check our Facebook Events section for
WHEELS OF TIME MATERIALS
If the site is Validated and listed on the Wheels of Time
website, CU website map/App, there will be activities available
onsite and the venues will issue 2 Learning Credits. These
are the support materials for those NON-Validated Wheels of Time
OPEN DAY AND PUBLIC EVENT ACTIVITIES
This section is for information only:
KENT POLICE OPEN WEEKEND 2019
** In order to demonstrate the activity
has taken place you will need to either take photographs, write a
diary, produce a scrapbook, make a film etc. to submit to Kent
Children's University. The
Evidence Sheets / Learning Destination diary / Film
Review act as a guide/prompt and are not a pre-requisite
to earning the Learning Credits. Please only send
evidence upon completing all the activities you wish to complete.
How will I receive my Learning
Once your child has completed a Downloadable Learning
Destination activity, you will need to post or email the
completed pack and/or diary along with a letter outlining your
address and child's name to KCU. The details are
If sending items to KCU, please post/email them to us at:
Kent Children's University
We will then post the relevant number of credits to your home
address and return the completed Downloadable Learning Destination
activity pack back to you.
For more information, please email email@example.com