University Residential - Blog Day 2

Day 2 of the summer University Residential saw our young people further broadening their horizons.

We woke up early, had breakfast in the main hall and then we headed to campus. Then we had the politics workshop. Some of us liked the climate questions because they made us think about the environment. There was a funny moment when we found out that Wendy used to be into Punk.

The main attraction on campus was when we found out that there was a Starbucks! We bought some delicious Frappes even though the weather was awful. After lunch we headed over to Attenborough Arts where we learned about different types of art, wrote our own poem and we got to make our own art pieces.

And now we are off to dinner!

Leicestershire Matters

We're pleased to announce the Leicester City Council and Leicestershire Council's Careers Fair.

On Sunday 2nd October Curve Theatre in Leicester hosted a hugely successful presentation event for the My Books, My Story project.

Following the success of the "My Books, My Story" Highcross exhibition, the work of our young people has gone virtual.

The Early Years Foundation Stage is a a busy time in a child's development.

The Virtual School's Year of Reading has come to a close after 12 months of highlighting the joy of reading to our children in care.

The creative writing competition for Children in Care and Care Leavers aged 4-25 is now open!