The Children's University is holding two fun and interactive workshops for primary aged children (5 to 10 years) at Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry (PU PSMD).
All children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults can stay with the children or they are welcome to wait in the café area.
The Teddy Bear Hospital is a fun and interactive session run within our simulated ward at PU PSMD. Children are asked to bring a poorly teddy to visit the teddy doctors, dentists and healthcare scientists. The children will help the teddy healthcare team to treat teddy within the ward. The children will also have the chance to take part in some hands-on activities through a number of role plays and interactive stations.
These sessions are facilitated by PU PSMD and School of Biomedical and Healthcare Sciences students.
Places are limited so booking is essential - book your free place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call Chloe Doona on 01752 43429.
About the Children's University
The Children's University is a national initiative. Children can go to different learning lectures and activities outside of school hours through the programme. For every event they attend, they get a stamp in their passports to learning, which they save up to earn bronze, silver and gold certificates.
Children are presented with their qualifications in school and once they reach a gold level, they are invited to a 'graduation ceremony' held annually to celebrate their achievements.