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Welcome to Westminster Children’s University, part of the Children’s University network providing children with extracurricular activities to enrich learning.

 

We understand the need to inspire, challenge and empower children and through our work with the Children’s University aim to raise the aspirations of children across Westminster.

 

 We have looked for opportunities for our children to gain real life experiences to enrich learning through a mini lecture series, workshops and clubs, each with clear learning opportunities and delivered by industry specialists and members of our local community.


With our partner ‘The University of Westminster’ we will provide children with the opportunity to graduate, rewarding them for the additional activities they have participated in during the school year. To inspire a generation to follow their dreams and know that they can achieve or be anything they want to be.

 

We strive to find inspirational people who can impact our children’s lives and raise aspirations. As such we would like to thank all those who have invested their time inspiring children across our Westminster Children’s University network.

 

We welcome new schools and supporters across our Westminster Children’s University network and look forward to raising the aspirations of young people across the borough of Westminster.

 

Lyndsy Killip

Director of Education

 

 

 

Further information about the Children’s University charity:

 

 

 

The Children’s University is an International critically-acclaimed charity which encourages all children aged 5 to 14 years to try new experiences, develop new interests and acquire new skills through participation in innovative and creative Learning Activities outside of the school day.

Learning Activities are designed to:

  • raise aspiration, self-esteem & confidence
  • encourage curiosity and a love of learning
  • enhance motivation and build resilience
  • introduce new life experiences
  • offer progression in learning and personal skills development

 

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