We are very pleased to offer a range of activities for schools to apply for, taking place in Autumn 2, and Spring 1 and 2. Schools must complete a form to apply for any activity, and this will be allocated by the 11 by 11 team as availbility allows.
Islington Enrichment Offers and Coronavirus (11 by 11 and 100 Hours World of Work)
We are very pleased to have a range of blended offers available for schools in the 2021-22 academic year. As our activity partners rebuild their capacity and adapt ways of working following the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, we expect to continue offering activity and delivery in a hybrid format this year. Online only activity is marked out on the menu, and many offers are adaptable.
Should additional health and safety guidelines and regulations be implemented this year, we will communicate any changes to you. Please also be mindful to communicate any precautions or guidelines from your setting to us and our providers ahead of activity taking place. We look forward to working with you again this year and ensuring the safety of your school community and our partners.
If you have questions please get in touch via the email addresses below:
- Time Period for Schools Activity to Take Place: Autumn 2 (Monday 1 November to Friday 17 December 2021) and Spring 1 and 2 (Tuesday 4 January – Friday 1 April 2022)
All activities are free to Islington schools. Complete our form to express an interest in any activity listed.
11 by 11 Primary Activity Menu: Autumn and Spring Term 2021-22
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London Metropolitan Archives
Offer type: Online only activity
London Metropolitan Archives offer the unique opportunity to work with primary source material in a dedicated education space. From bespoke sessions to in-depth exploration of themes, students will be inspired by working with original local history resources and learn through first-hand experience of documents, behind the scenes tours and practical activities.
In Your Own Backyard
Exploring your local area is an exciting and fascinating way to discover history and the changes which have taken place in your local area over time. Find out what stories lie behind local landmarks and discover the different people who lived and worked in your community. Maps, documents, plans and prints provide the evidence.
- Free Online Workshop: All school workshops have history, geography and citizenship embedded within them and provide numerous links to other subjects. Art, storytelling, guided walks and STEM activities are used to deliver exciting sessions linked to the National and London Curriculums. Please note this activity is online only at present.
Contact us to express interest in this free activity.