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  • STEM events June/July 2022

    Please see below for details of forthcoming STEM Learning opportunities for secondary school students and teachers. Secondary Science Summer Conference (for teachers) Institute of Education, London Friday 24th June 2022 For more information and to book, go to the website: London Secondary Science Conference | STEM Fighting Crime with STEM (free webinar by Met Police for students in years 9-13) Thursday 30th June (14:00-14:40) repeated on Wednesday 6th July (10:20-11:00) For more information and to book, go to the website: Fighting Crime with STEM - Met Police w...
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  • Volunteer as a Special Constable with Kent Police

    Special constables are volunteer police officers who make Kent safer.  Could you use your spare time to help fight crime and support your local community? Candidates must be at least 18 years old and able to commit to a minimum of 16 hours a month, however they can use this role to progress and eventually become a Paid Police Constable (if they wish to).  Volunteering as a special constable is a great way to build relationships and develop new skills.  Full training is provided.  For further information and details of how to apply, please visit the website: Special constable | Kent Police  
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  • Crystal Palace Platinum Bank Holiday FREE Activities

    Crystal Palace Park Trust is running a programme of FREE activities for children, young people and families in the Crystal Palace Park Bowl during the Platinum Bank Holiday weekend from 2nd - 5th June 2022. Click on the links to view the flyer and programme of activities. To book free tickets, visit
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  • London's VRU - Young People's Action Group

    London’s Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) is recruiting its third cohort of young Londoners aged 15-24 to join the Young People’s Action Group (YPAG). The YPAG work with the VRU to tackle violence across London, increase feelings of safety, promote opportunities for young Londoners and put young people at the heart of their work.  As a member of the VRU's YPAG, you will: Share your views and experiences with VRU senior managers and external partners to help shape how they fund programmes, manage campaigns and influence policies. Attend the Young People's Action Group meetings and participate in training. Be an ambassador of hope, advocating for real opportunities for young people whilst informing your peers and other young people about the VRU's projects and opportunities. Lead on projects that matter most to you, for a minimum of 12 months. If you are a young person who might be interested, please visit the website Young People's Action Group...
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  • Bromley Arts Festival - July 2022

    Bromley Arts Trust are promoting a Festival of Arts across Bromley in July. They are currently putting together a programme of all the arts events that are already organised for July as well as promoting new events so that throughout July there will be a whole range of arts activities and events every day. Attention Bromley schools! If your school has already got something planned in July – an end of term play, concert, art/pottery exhibition, dance event etc, they would love to hear from you and would be happy to publicise your event as part of their overall Festival publicity. If you don’t have anything planned but might be looking for opportunities in which to engage the children and young people at your school, please let the Arts Trust know what you might be interested in and they will be able to sign post you in the right direction or even secure the type of event in which you are interested as part of the Festival. If you would like to be included in Festival publicity (leaflets, brochure, website), please let them know at: Once you have logged your interest, they will provide details of what they need from...
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