If you want to know more about The Principal’s Global Leadership Award (PGLA), here are all the facts about this Award and why you should apply! What: The Principal’s Global Leadership Award is a non-credit bearing academic module. To complete the module students are required to attend seminars and a residential weekend. The content of the Award… More The Principal’s Global Leadership Award- Why should I apply?
Students who took part in the King’s Experience ‘Imagine a Spectacle’ module have just submitted their final reflective reports to accompany the earlier created artefacts, which formed part of the theatre performance concluding the module in the Weston Room on 1st December 2016. ‘Imagine a Spectacle’ builds on an exciting, innovative model of art-based pedagogy… More Module report: Imagine a Spectacle
In September 2011, Shafaq volunteered for SHINE Mentoring, a volunteer-led charity operating five mentoring programmes at primary schools in the London Borough of Southwark. After completing this volunteering experience, Shafaq then successfully applied and completed the King’s Experience London Award and wrote a reflective essay outlining her experiences with SHINE. Therefore, training as a mentor… More King’s Experience London Award Submission – Volunteering with SHINE Mentoring
As part of my King’s Experience London Award, my engagement with other cultures was through learning sign language as well as engaging with the deaf community, especially those with mental health problems. I decided to engage with the deaf community within London and I will further discuss my experience in this essay as I reflect… More Reflection of engagement with the deaf community within London
In 2015 Joyce went and volunteered at a London Clubhouse once a week, that involved interacting with children and their parents, helping with various activities from drawing to games. Joyce put together a blog for her submission to the King’s Experience London Award. Extract from Day 1 at the Clubhouse: I started my first session at… More Clubhousing! King’s Experience London Award submission.
SleepCoat Project According to the Department for Communities and Local Government the number of homeless people in London from July to September 2014 amounted 12,240. The CHAIN survey recorded 2,565 people living on the street in the time from October to December 2014, which provides an estimate of the number of rough sleepers in London.… More SleepCoat: King’s Experience Enterprise Award winner
It is well-known that cultural education can broaden our horizons and change the way we think. If we look at this in a larger scale, it can be said that personal growth can influence the development of society. Increasing the range of things someone knows through cultural engagement can contribute to a more global and… More Analysis and Reflection based on ten day experience in India