Projects

For pupils who have an interest or aptitude for computer science – problem solvers, critical thinkers and those who are just keen to find out more about what a future in the technology industry might look like.

Hay Festival is back on the road, thanks to Welsh Government funding, bringing the Scribblers Tour to school children across Wales.

First Campus is offering the opportunity for KS3 pupils to gain a glimpse into student life on some of our local university campuses.

A popular First Campus workshop designed to give participants an insight into how Chemistry is behind many everyday accessible Christmas gifts.

Interested in Science and Technology? Join the FREE National Saturday Club for 13 – 16 year olds at Cardiff Metropolitan University – Llandaf Campus.

This project is an opportunity for participants to extend their learning within the WJEC Food and Nutrition GCSE across three key areas; Nutrition, Food Technology and Hospitality.

The Year 9 Residential project is an annual event that sees pupils from schools across South East Wales visit a University campus for a immersive experience over 3 days that aims to raise their future educational aspirations through a mix of information, advice and guidance sessions as well as a hands on experience of life as an undergraduate student.

The project offers KS3 and KS4 pupils (Year 9 and above) the opportunity to take part in weekly sessions in a range of Art and Design subjects in the facilities at The School of Art and Design at Cardiff Metropolitan University.