Please see below details of forthcoming opportunities with the University:
|Wednesday 7 March
|Languages A La Carte
|Please note – we have postponed our year 10 languages day “Languages A La Carte” until next term due to University and College Union (UCU) industrial action which is likely to affect the successful running of the event. A new date will be confirmed shortly.
|Modern Foreign Languages
|Wednesdays from 18 April to 23rd March
|Maths and Physics A-Level Refresher Sessions
The University of Kent will soon be holding our intensive A-level refresher sessions for Sixth Form students. These will cover both Maths and Physics and will build upon the very successful sessions that we have held over the last two years.
|Sibson Lecture Theatre 2, Canterbury Campus
|Year 12 and 13
|Maths and Physics
|Initial meeting in this term
|Philosophy in Education Network
The University of Kent and the King’s School Canterbury are launching a philosophy in education network for teachers and students in the local area with the aim of promoting the teaching of philosophy in schools. We anticipate that the group might be of interest not only to those currently involved in following or delivering Religious Studies and/or Philosophy courses but would also be a vehicle through which to encourage the development of philosophical thinking more broadly, as for example part of the University’s Outreach support for the Extended Project Qualification.
|Philosophy & Religious Studies
|Wednesday 27 June
|Text and Language Day
Aimed at year 12 students studying English Language, Literature, or Modern Languages, this interactive day explores the relationship between language, text and research. The students will experience a variety of subject sessions led by University of Kent academics, and will have a chance to explore the university campus and to meet current students.
|English and Modern Languages
|English Language A Level Support
The Department of English Language and Linguistics are offering support programmes for students of English Language A Level. This can take the form of guest lectures, skills-building workshops, or coursework support including use of the university library facilities.
|In School and Canterbury campus
|Year 12 and 13
A suite of interactive and exciting workshops to introduce your students to the discipline of archaeology, the role of archaeologists and the study of ancient artefacts. These workshops can be run as one-off experiences or tailored to sit within a broader programme of study.
|In School or on a University Campus
|Years 7 to 10
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