Summer Schools and Activities
As we move on towards the summer break, we would like to share with you some information about projects, activities and summer schools that are starting to trickle into school.
We will continue to share things that we think you will find interesting as they come in and wil post things on the Parent Section of the website - here. Two really great offers are outlined below.
If your child is interested then please email the contact mentioned.
The summer holidays are almost here and with parents looking for amazing educational activities to help keep the children stimulated and busy, we’re excited to let you know that registration for our annual free summer STEM programme - Outbox 2021 - is now open:
Who are Stemettes?
Stemettes is an award-winning social enterprise working across the UK & Ireland and beyond to inspire and support young women into Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths careers (known collectively as STEM).
This August, Stemettes will be virtually bringing together women and nonbinary people with an interest in STEM to meet/play/learn and most of all have fun! Across four weeks of daily sessions, group work and downtime, they will work on STEM projects or if they're over 16, professional certifications in Python & Cyber.
The programme will take place 3rd - 27th August, Tuesdays through to Fridays. There will be three age streams: Junior (7-11), Connect (12-15) and Academy (16-21). We will start considering applications from Friday 9th July.
Radical Readers discuss Girl, Woman, Other
Friday 9 July, 7pm
Online Event: Book via Eventbrite
Join Lambeth Radical Readers to discuss Girl, Woman, Other the novel by Booker Prize winning Bernardine Evaristo. Call 0207 926 1058 to make an appointment to collect a copy of the book at Brixton Library or email Ruth for collection at another Lambeth library. RCashman@lambeth.gov.uk
Lambeth LGBTQ+ book club discuss Patsy by Nicole Dennis-Benn
Friday 30 July, 7pm
Online Event: Book via Eventbrite
Patsy yearns to escape the beautiful but impoverished Jamaican town where she was raised for a new life in New York and the chance to start afresh. Above all, she hopes to be reunited with her oldest friend, Cicely, and to rekindle their young love. But spreading her wings will come at a price: she must leave her five-year-old daughter, Tru, behind. And Patsy is soon confronted by the stark reality of life as an undocumented migrant in a hostile city. Join Lambeth Libraries LGBTQ+ book club to discuss this LAMBDA award winning book.
Black Lens Festival
Black Lens Film Festival is an online and in-person hybrid event opening on 16th July, celebrating the best in Black British film throughout the decades with screenings, showcases, shorts, panels, and family fun. The festival is in partnership with programme partner and curator alt-africa.com.
Join them at the British Film Institute for the opening night, where they'll be screening the UK Premiere of How to Stop a Recurring Dream + Q&A with director Ed Morris and Bridgerton actor Ruby Barker. Book tickets here
Free monthly online poetry workshops with Cecilia Knapp
Contemporary Voices: Great poets and how their poems work
Wednesday 21 July, 6.30pm to 8pm
For 16 to 25 year olds, Young People’s Laureate for London, Cecilia Knapp, is running free monthly online poetry workshops. Cecilia invites you to join her in a low-pressure, safe, creative environment to begin writing. Whether you’re new to writing or more experienced, there’ll be something for you. Sign up here
Morley Prize for Unpublished Writers of Colour
An annual prize jointly presented by Morley College London and the Rachel Mills Literary Agency, awarded to a previously unpublished author of colour.
The prize is intended to nurture and provide opportunities for aspiring novelists of colour, promote diverse fiction across the broader literary landscape of Britain and continue Morley College’s long history of educational excellence, community engagement, and support for social justice. More information and to apply
HopeRoad Reader Ambassador
HopeRoad publishers are looking for Lambeth Reader Ambassador's.
Love talking about your latest reads, on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube? Drop them a line - they are recruiting HopeRoad Ambassadors.
You'll receive a free signed copy of new HopeRoad releases; in return for helping build that social media buzz and spread the word about some excellent books! For full details contact Rosemarie at email@example.com
Are you aged 8 to 13 and love performing? Sign up for 3 days of free drama and dance workshops at
Longfield Hall. Learn skills in improvisation and collaboration whilst exploring the heritage of Myatt’s Fields in Lambeth. You’ll finish with a final show for family and friends. For further information firstname.lastname@example.org
Yr 11 - 13
What - Social media content creation, digital marketing, Youtube Videos, Podcasts, Tik Tok video creation plus fun and interactive activities with well-known content creators and videographers
When - 10 weeks from 17 June (session one has started but still not too late to sign up)
Who - all Lambeth young people aged 16 -25
Contact - Emmanuel@fyfdigital.com
Is your child eligible for FSM?
What - Lambeth Holiday Activity and Food programme (HAF)
When - School Holidays starting week beginning Monday 26th July
Who - children aged between 5-16 years who are eligible for free school meals
See attachements - scroll right down!
Commissioning Manager - Youth & Play
Commissioning and Community Safety,
London Borough Of Lambeth
We will pass on more as they come into school,
Have a great weekend,
CURRENT YEAR 6 - (New Year 7 for September 21) Don't miss our Creative Arts Summer School.
Check your emails for more details and make sure that you use School Cloud to book your place.
Bookings will be open for our Current Yr 7 (new Year 8 for September 21) who would like to join the summer school on Monday 5th July from 9;30am