Camden Spark provides opportunities for children and young people in Camden to benefit from the amazing creative and cultural offer in the borough.
First Story and UCL Special Collections jointly present a free CPD workshop for GCSE English teachers.
Come to the October Gallery for a twilight training session focusing on Teaching in the Gallery: Family Learning
Wac Arts are offering free workshops for schools in dance, drama and singing. KS3+ Students can experience training from industry professionals and develop their skills.
Clean Break’s young women, the Brazen company, have been working on a very important project looking at youth loneliness. They have recently received some funding from the Co-op Foundation through its ‘Belong’ programme, a national network of projects aimed at tackling loneliness among young people.
Year 5 students from Torriano school are taking part in an exciting project with Camden Spark informed by the school's focus on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and their annual STEAM event.
A coding challenge using Scratch - a fun and free coding platform for beginners
New Wellcome Collection Study Days for 14-19 year-olds
From human enhancement and body image to HIV and cell patterns, Wellcome Collection offers a range of free, cross-curricular study days for students aged 14-19. Find out first about our popular study days by signing up to our monthly schools' newsletter.
FREE KS2 primary school project to commemorate the role of Regent’s Park in the First World War. The two-part project supports a cross-curricular Local History. Take part in an artist-led workshop in your school and visit Regent’s Park to step inside the ‘Home Depot’ a pop-up post office, try your hand at orienteering and get green-fingered on the model allotment.
‘CAMDEN ALIVE’, a project outlined in Camden's bid to be The London Borough of Culture, has been selected for one of the cultural impact awards by the Mayor of London.