Helping to bridge the digital divide in Camden - free laptops and iPads for vulnerable schoolchildren
Find the short form here to tell us about laptops or iPads which can be donated - please forward to relevant business and community contacts that your school has. Donations should meet the following criteria:
Camden Library Service during COVID-19
Camden’s libraries are currently closed but our digital library is open 24/7. Check out our free online library offer, which includes e-books and audio-books, online newspapers, magazines, graphic novels and comics.
Race to Health at Home – Where the Wild Things Are (11 to 24 May 2020)
Race to Health is an award winning online physical activity challenge that can help encourage physical activity at home for children and their families. Normally run over five weeks during summer term, we’ve made some adaptations for 2020 so that, in addition to remaining suitable for children of key workers attending school, pupils and families who are home learning can take part. These adaptions include:
This year’s race route follows Max’s magical journey from his bedroom in Maurice Sendak’s classic Where the Wild Things Are. Each minute of physical activity pupils and their families do will be converted into miles and contribute to their class and your whole school’s total, helping Max get back in time for his supper whilst it’s still hot!
Under 25s' sexual health and contraception during COVID-19
It is important for young people to look after their sexual health and contraception needs during this time. Brook Euston, the Brandon Centre and Pulse N7 remain open. They offer telephone consultations, with booked appointments where needed. Please call before coming to a clinic. Visit the Camden Rise website for more information and contact details.
Managing Director, Camden Learning