Earlier on this month, TWC supported E-Safety Workshops run as part of Camden Junior Citizens Scheme.
The Camden Junior Citizen Scheme caters for all the year six children (10 to 11 Year olds) in the borough, from both Local Education Authority Schools and Independent Schools. I800 Pupils Attend over the two weeks that the scheme is run at the trate of 110 per session.
The pupils are briefed and then set off in small groups to visit the eleven sts that we have arrnaged for them on a carousel system. The sets are all targetted towards the needs of an eleven year old changing from Primary to Secondary Eduction. After they have visited all eleven they go to a joint twelth set on Oyster Cards.
The agencies assisting us this year are: Camden Trading Standards, Camden’E’ Safety Group, Transport for London, Camden Police Crime Prevention Officers, Camden Education Welfare, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Service, Camden School Nursing Service, The Pirate Castle, Camden Community Wardens & Camden Safer Tranport Team
In September 2010, TWC recieved funds to develop a community project in Somers Town, Camden.
Working in conjuction with South Camden Community School, the My Space, My Place Project was born.
Children from Edith Neville Primary School and Netley Primary School have worked with students from Central St Martins School of Art and Design to explore ideas of welcoming and safe spaces though architecture.
Ever fancied trying a new sport for free?
Hounslow’s Sports Clubs will be running free taster sessions for young people aged between 9-13. Sports on offer may include volleyball, athletics and judo and all abilities will be catered for.
The event takes place at Osterley Leisure Centre, 120 Wood Lane,
Isleworth, TW7 5FF between 10am- 2pm.
Spaces will be limited. Early Booking is advised. Please email Sarah on email@example.com if you are interested in booking a place. Parental permission will be needed for all children who take part in the event.
The HOTS Project is Hounslow’s Olympics event to celebrate London 2012. The project is running in schools and community centres across Hounslow.
Today we received the excellent news that the Charity Commission deems the work of TWC as a high enough quality to become a charity.
We would like to thank our Trustees (Ben Rawlings, Adam Hoyle, Jo Shaw, Catherine Hays and Jessica Newland) who worked so diligently in developing the TWC constitution, framework and guiding principles which will guide us in the years ahead.
We look forward to many more years of excellent innovative project making
Sarah Hoyle: Creative Director
The HOTS Project is coming to Learning Without Frontiers. On Sunday 9th January, Jo and Sarah will be presenting the HOTs project to educationalists from across the country. We hope to see you there !
If you want to find out what is going on with the HOTS project follow our twitter feed. A few really exciting things in the pipeline include a meeting with London 2012 supremo Lord Coe and a presenting the HOTS to Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove. Amazing Stuff!
Follow us at @HOTS 2012
The HOTS (Hold On To Sport) is our London 2012 project for the London Borough of Hounslow.
This You Tube link to Jo Armitage’s presentation at the Games Based Learning Conference in July 2010 explains where the ideas for the project came from.
Jo presents the Hounslow HOTS
With lots of really exciting projects taking place in 2010- 2011 here is a (very) quick summary …
HOTS – Hold On To Sport enters its first year following a very successful pilot in 2009-2010. Over 500 children have engaged in the project so far from schools across the London Borough of Hounslow. The project has been awarded the Inspire Mark making it the official London 2012 Olympics Project for Hounslow. Lots more exciting news to come!
Creative Partnerships – Capital City Academy, Featherstone High School and Greenford High School will be entering their final year of the Change School Program. The TWC Team are on hand to make this the best year ever!
BBC News School Report – Returns to Ealing City Learning Centre for another year. Over 70% of the Secondary Schools in the London Borough of Ealing will be taking part in the project supported by Ealing CLC. BBC News School Report Day is Thursday 24th March. Watch this space !
For the next seven days the Watermans arts centre in Brentford will be the host to the HOTs Art Exhibition. The exhibition celebrates some of the best work created by the young people who took part in the project.
If you are unable to make it to the Watermans you can get a taster of the work created by watching this video – please note there is no sound, got a bit lost in translation!
RFL is an exciting new project for children at schools across the London Borough of Camden. The project was set up to educate young people and the wider community about the new recycling services being rolled out across the borough from June 2010.
In March 2010 all schools were invited to submit films which celebrated recycling, reducing and re-using. The schools were encouraged to look at how they recycle and how the new service will make the Camden a greener place.
The schools were mentored by Barry Ferns and Team from the London Borough of Camden Recycling Team. Schools that submitted films include Swiss Cottage School, Rhyl Primary School and La Saint Union.
All the films submitted will be shown at a special screening at the Everyman Theatre, Belsize Park in mid July.
The Together We Create Team was on hand to support Barry and his colleagues setting up the project in the coordination of the film screening.
Click here for more information about Camden Recycling