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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.
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Grand Designs: 17th-Century Colonial Houses. History Workshop for Kids

Cambridge History for Schools

For ages 7-11. Have you ever imagined building your own 'dream home'? You might be surprised, but the kinds of homes people design can tell historians a lot about how they see themselves and their place in the world. Heidi Carlson is especially interested in the kinds of hom...

Cost
FREE
Start date
Sat 7 May, 2016 - 11:00am
Posted
over 3 years ago

Early Modern Highway Robbery: History Workshop for Ages 11-14

Cambridge History for Schools

For ages 11-14.  Three hundred years ago in India and Ireland, highway robbers were the terror of local people and authorities alike, but did they even exist? Come unpick history from the myths surrounding these legendary figures!  Led by Alix Chartrand. Cambridge History f...

Cost
FREE
Start date
Sat 27 Feb, 2016 - 11:00am
Posted
over 3 years ago

Mosques, Hamams and Markets: History Workshop for Kids

Cambridge History for Schools

For ages 7-11.   What was it like to be a boy or girl growing up in the Ottoman Empire hundreds of years ago? In this session, we take an imaginary tour through a seventeenth-century Ottoman town. Leaving home early in the morning, we'll visit a public market where Muslims, ...

Cost
FREE
Start date
Sat 27 Feb, 2016 - 11:00am
Posted
over 3 years ago

CCI: Supper seminar on Hospital Wood Library project with children

Cambridge Curiosity & Imagination

I want it to look foresty. When you see people’s gardens they can be a bit precise….I’d like it to be more free. When it’s perfect it can be limited. We should make this garden feel more wild, that’s what it feels like when you read a book. Eliza, age 8 Three projects with ...

Cost
Free
Start date
Fri 4 Mar, 2016 - 4:12am
Posted
over 3 years ago

Children’s Craft Workshop with Trudi Esberger, part of National Libraries Day

Central Library Cambridge

Cambridge-based artist and children's book illustrator Trudi Esberger (The Boy Who Lost His Bumble) will be leading a fun workshop of stories, crafts and drawing for children aged 4-7 to celebrate National Libraries Day. There are two sessions on Saturday 6th February 2016: 1...

Cost
£2 per child (accompanying adults free)
Start date
Sat 6 Feb, 2016 - 9:04am
Posted
over 3 years ago

Children and young peoples study week

Wysing Arts Centre

During a series of workshops inspired by our new exhibition The Practice of Theories, we’ll be working as a group with an artist and our young people’s group Circuit Cambridge, to create and explore information sharing systems. Each workshop will be different and will include ...

Cost
£0 - £20
Start date
Tue 16 Feb, 2016 - 12:00am
Posted
over 3 years ago

Circuit Unlocks: Daytime Event at Wysing Arts Centre

Kettle's Yard and Wysing Arts Centre

Be creative, have fun, learn new skills Circuit Cambridge have organised a series of creative workshops and activities with artists and staff from Wysing Arts Centre and Kettle’s Yard. The events are a great opportunity to socialise with friends, meet new people and learn new...

Cost
Free
Start date
Fri 19 Feb, 2016 - 11:50pm
Posted
over 3 years ago

Chelsea’s Choice

‘Chelsea’s Choice’ is a hard-hitting Applied Theatre Production that has proven highly successful in raising awareness of the issues surrounding Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE). The play, which has now been seen by hundreds of professionals and over 340,000 young people throug...

Cost
-
Start date
-
Posted
over 3 years ago

Use film to teach literacy

Into Film and BFI

Into Film and the BFI are offering a free MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) course through Future Learn on using film to teach literacy. The course will look at inspiring ways to teach literacy, the evidence base and how film can be used to develop a range of abilities, as w...

Cost
-
Start date
-
Posted
over 3 years ago
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