Tavistock College Supports the Children's University Scheme
By VAllen2012 | Friday, October 19, 2012, 13:34
Along with all Primary schools in our Learning Community, we are supporting the national initiative called the Children's University. This promotes and rewards students for attendance at extra curricular activities and clubs, both in school, at lunchtime or after school; and in the community. Students need to buy a passport costing £2.00 from the College and then take the passport to all activities. They will receive a stamp or credit for each hour of attendance.
Students Celebrate the Launch of the Children's University Scheme
Students are encouraged to attend and try a variety of clubs and activities and after attending 30 hours, covering three different activities, they attend a celebration in school, after 65 they will attend a celebration in Tavistock Town hall and after 100 they graduate at Plymouth University. There are more details available on the Children's University website.