Social Enterprise Xtra
Ask the Executive Director of Unicef - learn more about Henrietta Fore, the Executive Director of UNICEF.
Unicef Talks -Talks on Youth Activism, Afghanistan and Environmental Sustainability.
This is split into six parts:
Minecraft challenge - Due to problems with the internet connection we are unable to join this. However, you can try and create your own Swiss or Tanzanian village using Minecraft.
Get Involved! Challenges - Our expedition programme encourages people to explore, learn, question and build connections with the wider world, whether this is in an urban or wilderness environment.
The first four challenges are:
Let's grow some food - Packed full of fun, simple ideas and activities to get you started on your mission to grow what you eat!
The plastics challenge - Help rid the planet of harmful plastics.
The great knot challenge - Knots have helped develop civilisations, contributed to our culture, made our lives easier and more fun! Are you ready to make your own?
Your natural garden - Bring bio-diversity to your outside space by making a few simple things to attract wildlife to come and visit.
Virtual Kilimanjaro climb – Kilimanjaro is the world's tallest freestanding peak, standing at 5895m above sea level. Could you take on this challenge at home?
Health matters - Challenge Mr Devonish! Coming soon in June a new physical challenge from Olympian Marlon Devonish each week.
Health matters – Get prepared for the Ready, Steady, Cook Challenge... Coming Soon!
Global sleepover – Let's join together as a family of schools to raise awareness for those who live in poverty. Find out how to take part in the Global Sleepover!
Log into the Global Campus and take advantage of these fantastic learning activities!