As well as the extra-curricular activities that are available within school, here are some opportunities that might interest your child and support their learning out of school.
Children's University is all about engaging children in fun, quality and innovative experiences that capture their imagination and inspire dreams for the future!
Children can gather stamps in their Children's University passport by joining validated clubs or visiting 'Learning Destitinations'. Once they have collected enough stamps, they are invited to a special graduation ceremony at York University (cap and gown and all!)
In addition, the Children's University run a number of seminar on topics ranging from to. Click here for more information.
The Astrocampus at York University often host open days and events. If you're interested in Science and all things astrological, keep an eye on their website for upcoming opportunities.
St Peter's School in York organises lectures on a wide range of subjects, delivered by speakers who are experts in their fields.
The School organises several of these per term. They are open to the public and completely free to attend. You can find more information on their website or book tickets for upcoming lectures here.
Queen Ethleberga's Collegiate are running a free workshop for those interested in coding and finding out more about Rasperry Pi computers. Click here for more information and to book tickets. It's free!