My Cambridge is a growing partnership of organisations and individuals committed to making sure that all young people feel part of the rich variety of culture in Cambridge. Here you can discover and list events, news and training opportunities for adults working with young people plus creative activities for children in Cambridge.
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Art, creativity and culture for ALL young people.
National Youth Arts Trust
Passionate about drama and theatre? Join our youth theatre company in Ely! NYAT’s workshops offer young people the chance to explore their creative potential in drama in a non-academic environment - and to learn a range of skills including script writing and devising work, ...
Sat 8 Sep, 2018 - 10:00am
2 days ago
First published via the Cambridge Junction website 18 July 2018.Cambridge Junction is an arts centre where art meets life. We are a hub for local people to come together, explore, and be inspired by the arts, entertainment and learning.We believe everyone, especially young peo...
about 2 months ago
The Museum of Maps: Tales from Beyond the CityMeet the map-makers and explorers who have excavated little-known parts of Cambridge. Beyond the medieval city-centre and in its dark corners, they have discovered artifacts and myths depicting some extraordinary lives.The Museum ...
Thu 17 Jul, 0014 - 11:59pm
2 months ago
Cambridge City Council
The Cambridgeshire Culture Card is developing a new way for children, young people, parents and families to engage in your local arts and creative offer. The scheme aims to: Increase and track children and young people’s cultural engagement through a range of incentives and ...
4 months ago
Cambridgeshire County Council
Playing out sessions are organised by local residents to let children play safely and freely in their street. If they wish, residents can apply to have their road temporarily closed for the Playing Out event. Neighbours discuss the idea first and then apply to the County Coun...
4 months ago
History for Schools, University of Cambridge
Cambridge History for Schools is an exciting outreach initiative from one of the world’s leading History Faculties. Workshops are hands-on and designed to stimulate a passion for asking questions about the past and trying out new ideas. This term, we invite children ages 7 th...
Sat 10 Feb, 2018 - 11:00am
7 months ago
Creative Workshop with Michael Rosen & Historyworks for Cambridgeshire Teaching and Education Professionals
In this CPD workshop, author Michael Rosen & public historian Helen Weinstein, will introduce teachers to ways of supporting students to improve their reading and writing of both poetry and prose. Historyworks has made a huge number of free resources with Michael Rosen for...
Wed 7 Feb, 2018 - 4:00pm
8 months ago
An introduction to a key area of the music industry Music technology courses bring the exciting developments in technology that have revolutionised music production into the classroom, opening up a whole new world of possibilities. They also support skills in English, Maths a...
9 months ago
Over fifty eight and nine year old children at The Grove Primary School have won the High Sheriff Award, as administered by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation, for participating in a project that aims to bring together old and young residents in the city through art run by Ca...
Fri 1 Dec, 2017 - 12:00am
9 months ago
Railway Singers Concert at Mill Road Winter Fair Sat 2nd December: Concert 11am to 12 noon (rehearsal 10am to 10.45am) St Philip’s Church at 185 Mill Road CB1 3AN Join us as for a free participatory concert where we showcase the pieces commissioned for the project as part of...
Sat 2 Dec, 2017 - 10:00am
10 months ago