Learning Destinations

Blue compass illustrationChildren’s University ‘Learning Destinations‘ are what we call places, events, organisations and activities which children can decide independently to visit in order to take part in a recognized learning activity.

All Learning Destinations have passed the Children’s University’s own quality assurance (validation) process. Learning Destinations can then stamp the children’s “Passport to Learning” when they visit them and take part in activities. Children collect the stamps, which build up to award certificates for levels of participation that are given out at annual graduation ceremonies.

Get your Passport stamped at destinations to be awarded certificates

Learning Destinations include museums and airports, exhibitions and libraries, after-school sports and clubs and activities like brownies and youth music. They provide high quality learning activities and experiences with a ‘wow’ factor and have passed the Children’s University’s own quality assurance process (Planning for Learning). As long as the Learning Destination has been validated by the Children’s University it will have some publicity with the official logo, and a stamp with which to credit a child’s Passport to Learning.

The full list of Learning Destinations changes all the time as more and more venues are validated. Details will be available to children and parents on the national Children’s University website, at your child’s school, and via this link. Here are some examples of Learning Destinations in London:

  • British Music Experience
  • Bank of England Museum
  • BBC Tours
  • Benjamin Franklin House
  • Bigfoot Arts Education
  • Chance to Shine – Cricket Coaching
  • Deen City Farm
  • Dulwich Picture Gallery
  • First News
  • Garden Museum
  • HENS Theatre
  • Horniman Museum
  • Kew Bridge Steam Museum
  • Natural History Museum
  • PM Gallery and House
  • Little Art Room
  • Shakespeare for Kidz
  • Sky Skills Studios
  • Southbank Centre
  • Stagecoach Theatre Arts
  • Treasure Trails
  • WWT London Wetland Centre

Find your nearest Learning Destination

You can find your nearest Learning Destinations here.

You can travel anywhere with the Passport to Learning!  Why not earn Learning Credits in  Plymouth, London.

How does the Learning Destinations map work?

By typing in your location or clicking on an area of the country, you will be able to see the types of activities that your children could earn Learning Credits for.  This list is not exhaustive and is constantly being updated nationally and locally.

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