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Passport to Learning

Your personal record of your Children's University Scotland learning journey

Passport to Learning

Every child who joins Children's University in Scotland receives a Passport to Learning. This is their very own record of every time they've taken part in a fun learning activity beyond the classroom. If the activity leader or provider is on the Aspire activity list, they may even be able to sign the Passport to Learning, or provide a stamp or sticker to show you went along. 

Children can get even more from their learning journey using fun reflective pages in the Passport. Take note of how you've improved, what you've learned and what you enjoyed - and look back at the passport later to remember your achievements.

Already got a Passport to Learning? Go to our CU Members Area

 

YOUR RECORD OF YOUR LEARNER JOURNEY

The Passport to Learning lets children record the activities they choose to take part in

RECOGNISES FUN FAMILY LEARNING

Connects learning that takes place in school to learning at home and in the community

A FUN REFLECTION TOOL

Reflect on you learning outside school, at weekends and on holidays, and look back later

YOUR CU MEMBERSHIP CARD

Tell others you're a Children's University member, collect signatures and stamps at learning destinations as you go

 

Opening doors to Inspiring Opportunities

Children are encouraged to carry their Passport with them when they visit any learning destination.

The Passport even gives free or discounted entry to some learning destinations.

 

 

A Commitment to Life-long Learning

Each child's Passport is unique and personal to them. 

It is their very own record of their unique learner journey, skills development and their willingness to try new things.

 

Aspire

Children’s University Scotland members use our online members platform, Aspire to log their credits online, see how close they are to their next award, and to search for other learning opportunities - at home, in the local community and at school (outside normal class time).

For schools, Aspire is an easy way to keep track of children's activities and to see which children are close to gaining an award.

 

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