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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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Architecture Autumn Online Bronze Arts Award

  • 24th October 2021
  • University for the Creative Arts
  • This event is open to all schools
  • Year groups: Year 12, Year 13

Monumental Megastructures:

A six-week architectural masterclass of designing, drawing, thinking and making, introducing students to spatial practice and guiding them through the development of their own speculative megastructures. Students will be supported in the development of an architecture portfolio and working towards achieving a nationally recognised Trinity Bronze Arts Award qualification. This short course is suitable for students interested in studying both Architecture and Interior Architecture & Design.

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