Children’s University Northumberland

Northumberland Children’s University is managed by Leading Link as part of our work to ‘Maximise Potential of Children and Young People’ We do this by offering as many opportunities and experiences as possible with our partners to raise aspirations.

We work closely a variety of partners within Northumberland and Newcastle (listed below) and currently have 20 schools in Northumberland signed up to be part of the initiative predominately in Blyth, Bedlington, Lynemouth, Linton, Ellington, Red Row and Whittingham but this list is expanding. 

We work closely with key decision makers for Children and Young People including the Children’s Services at the Local Authority and Sports Northumberland to ensure that are offer remains current.

If you want to get involved with Northumberland Children’s University or want to find out more, get in touch.

Why join?

Black passport holders:

Participation group: this is to encourage children to get out and about and try new things.
Age 7-14 years (5-7 with parents) at our partner schools

Burgundy passport holders:

1. Emerging Leaders: full training offered to groups in leadership skills who want to be more involved in running clubs and mentoring younger peers.  They will be mentored by Youth Ambassadors.
Age 11-14 years at our partner schools and special interest groups run by Leading Link.

2. Youth Ambassadors: Leadership training and experiences preparing them for independent living beyond the school gates and being role models for the Participation Group and the Emerging Leaders, age 14 19 years and open to anyone that wants to be involved across Northumberland

If there were to be any problems getting a passport stamped at a destination, please either contact your school or any of the following details:

You may also use the details below for the Leading Link contact section if you would like to speak to us directly.

Contacts section

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Phone: 01670 820088

 


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