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You can find free events and activities open to KMPF schoolsKaMCOP schools and colleges as well as other schools in Kent, Medway and further afield in our Activity Portal.

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Personal Statements

  • Event date to be confirmed by school. Due to the pandemic, delivery is virtual and schools can choose from a live virtual talk or a set of recorded talks.
  • Canterbury Christ Church University
  • This event is open to all schools
  • Year groups: Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, Year 12, Year 13

Supporting students in the autumn term, we offer either a presentation or a dedicated interactive workshop aimed at improving students' personal statement writing skills. Due to the pandemic, this event is currently being delivered virtually either live or by recorded presentation.

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UCA: Competitions

  • Competition
  • University for the Creative Arts
  • This event is open to all schools
  • Year groups: Year 10, Year 11, Year 12, Year 13

UCA are excited to announce the release of the NEW series of competitions for students and young people to partake over school holidays throughout the 20/21 academic year. Here you will have the opportunity to find out more about our upcoming competitions, entry requirements and prizes to be won.

The theme for the competition series is the word 'Irregularity'. We have all faced difficult and new challenges with our established routines and way of life turned upside down in 2020, it is safe to say that this year has been anything but regular. Artist, designers and creative thinkers regularly draw on their experiences for inspiration for their work, so we want you to think what this irregularity means to you.

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Teacher Wellbeing Workshops

  • University for the Creative Arts
  • This event is open to all schools

Teachers' Wellbeing CPD - June 2021
This June, we are offering a selection of Wellbeing Workshops for teachers to take part completely FREE!

These Wellbeing Workshops will be delivered by our Creative Workshop Tutors and all materials will be provided too. All sessions will last 1 hour and will be delivered virtually via Blackboard Collaborate. A secure link will be sent beforehand along with all the materials too.

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UCA Virtual 3-Day Summer School: Photography

  • University for the Creative Arts
  • This event is open to all schools
  • Year groups: Year 10, Year 11, Year 12

Join Emily Parris, photographer and arts educator for a fun, experimental photography Summer School! Emily Parris runs a darkroom business where she teaches analogue & digital photography techniques to people of all ages and abilities.

During this online Photography Summer School you will be able to take part in three exciting & hands-on workshops. This photography course mixes alternative and analogue photography with digital photography. You do not need expensive equipment for this workshop, please feel free to use your smart phone throughout the course.

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UCA Virtual 4-Day Summer School: Architecture

  • University for the Creative Arts
  • This event is open to all schools
  • Year groups: Year 12, Year 13

MONUMENTAL MEGASTRUCTURE

A four-day architectural masterclass of designing, drawing, thinking and making inspired by the great collectives Archigram and Superstudio. Working collaboratively, students will explore the blurring of boundaries between architecture and fiction as they work through the development of their own monumental megastructures. The programme of workshops has been designed to introduce students to some of the vital drawing, making and thinking skills required of any good designer.

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