In place of our usual after school clubs the Children’s University team have been working really hard with Skills Builder Partnership to develop some after school challenges your child can get involved in at home and earn Children’s University credits to go towards collecting those all-important certificates.
Here’s how it works….
Each month we will publish on the After Schools Club section of the school website a new set of challenges set by the Children’s University team. These are also available to download on the Skills Builder Partnership website on https://bit.ly/SCUEssentialSkillsChallenges
If your child completes one of the challenges, take a picture and email it to Mrs Oledrzynski email@example.com along with your child’s full name. A credit will be allocated to your child for that activity and sent to Children’s University.
There are paper copies of these challenges available from the office to collect should you prefer.
If you would like any more details please contact Mrs Oledrzynski in school.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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